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Comprehensive evaluation of a two-dimensional configurable array

Author: O Menzilcioglu; H T Kung; S W Song
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa. : Carnegie Mellon University, Computer Science Dept., 1989.
Series: Carnegie-Mellon University.; Computer Science Department.; Research paper
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Abstract: "This paper presents the evaluation of a highly configurable architecture for two-dimensional (2D) arrays of powerful processors. The evaluation is based on an array of Warp cells, a powerful processor developed at Carnegie Mellon and manufactured by General Electric, and uses real application programs. The evaluation covers the areas of configurability, array survivability, and performance degradation.  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: O Menzilcioglu; H T Kung; S W Song
OCLC Number: 21050066
Notes: "Appeared in the Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Symposium on Fault-Tolerant Computing, Chicago, Illinois, June 1989, pp. 93-100."
"June 1989."
Description: [8] pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Carnegie-Mellon University.; Computer Science Department.; Research paper
Responsibility: O. Menzilcioglu, H.T. Kung and S.W. Song.

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Abstract: "This paper presents the evaluation of a highly configurable architecture for two-dimensional (2D) arrays of powerful processors. The evaluation is based on an array of Warp cells, a powerful processor developed at Carnegie Mellon and manufactured by General Electric, and uses real application programs. The evaluation covers the areas of configurability, array survivability, and performance degradation. The software and algorithms developed for the evaluation are also discussed. The results based on simulations of small and medium size arrays (up to 16x16), show that a high degree of configurability, and array survivability can be achieved with little impact on program performance."

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