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EMSOFT
2009
Springer
12 years 8 months ago
Implementing time-predictable load and store operations
Scratchpads have been widely proposed as an alternative to caches for embedded systems. Advantages of scratchpads include reduced energy consumption in comparison to a cache and a...
Jack Whitham, Neil C. Audsley
FPL
2007
Springer
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A Load/Store Unit for a Memcpy Hardware Accelerator
Recently, a dedicated hardware accelerator was proposed that works in conjunction with caches found next to modern-day microprocessors, to speedup the commonly utilized memcpy ope...
Stamatis Vassiliadis, Filipa Duarte, Stephan Wong
ISCA
2008
IEEE
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A Two-Level Load/Store Queue Based on Execution Locality
Multicore processors have emerged as a powerful platform on which to efficiently exploit thread-level parallelism (TLP). However, due to Amdahl’s Law, such designs will be incr...
Miquel Pericàs, Adrián Cristal, Fran...
EUROPAR
2004
Springer
12 years 7 months ago
Exploiting Spatial Store Locality Through Permission Caching in Software DSMs
Abstract. Fine-grained software-based distributed shared memory (SWDSM) systems typically maintain coherence with in-line checking code at load and store operations to shared memor...
Håkan Zeffer, Zoran Radovic, Oskar Grenholm,...
ICA3PP
2005
Springer
12 years 7 months ago
A Practical Comparison of Cluster Operating Systems Implementing Sequential and Transactional Consistency
Shared Memory is an interesting communication paradigm for SMP machines and clusters. Weak consistency models have been proposed to improve efficiency of shared memory applications...
Stefan Frenz, Renaud Lottiaux, Michael Schött...
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