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A Reconfigurable Superscalar Architecture

A Reconfigurable Superscalar Architecture

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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    ISBN 101423567102
    ISBN 109781423567103

    • Processing in superscalar approach issues more than one instruction per cycle. • Out-of-order execution is allowed by superscalar approach. • By the virtue of pipeline structure, each individual unit provides degree of parallelism. • Superscalar approach uses multiple units to . 5. What is the difference between the superscalar and superpipelined approaches? A superpipelined architecture extends the idea of pipelining. In normal pipelining, each of the stages takes the same time as the external machine clock. However, not all pipeline stages need the same amount of time. For example, instruction decoding (especially in a RISC machine) is faster than the other stages.

    Superscalar design arrived on the scene hard on the heels of RISC architecture. Although the simplified instruction set architecture of a RISC machine lends itself readily to superscalar techniques, the superscalar approach can be used on either a RISC or CISC Size: KB.   Superscalar Microprocessors Design book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Superscalar Microprocessor Design is a comprehensive investigation into the design of general-purpose superscalar microprocessors. Very, very strong coverage of some of the deeper "why's" of modern computer architecture.4/5.

    Reconfigurable cache architecture gives us the flexibility to dynamically alter the execution logic of a processor, customized to a specific application. Reconfigurable Functional Cache Architecture uses a dynamic resource configuration of on-chip cache memory by integrating Reconfigurable .   A scalar processor is one that acts on a single data stream whereas a vector processor works on a 1D (vector) of numbers (multiple data streams). Single instruction, multiple data (SIMD) as seen in Intel's MMX/SSE/AVX style instructions is an exa.


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A Reconfigurable Superscalar Architecture Download PDF EPUB FB2

The term superscalar describes a computer architecture that achieves performance by concurrent execution of scalar instructions. Superscalar architectures represent the next step in the evolution of microprocessors.

This book is intended as a technical tutorial /5(6). Abstract. Spyder is a processor architecture with three concurrent, reconfigurable execution units implemented by FPGAs. This paper presents the hardware evolution of the Spyder processor and its evolving software development by: 6.

Request PDF | A superscalar and reconfigurable processor | Spyder is a processor architecture with three concurrent, reconfigurable execution units implemented by FPGAs. This paper presents the. • A register-to-register architecture using shorter instructions and vector register files, or • A memory-to-memory architecture using memory-based instructions.

• The vector pipelines can be attached to any scalar processor (whether it is superscalar, superpipelined, or both). Today's microprocessors are the powerful descendants of the von Neumann 1 computer dating back to a memo of Burks, Goldstine, and von Neumann of The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream.

A program counter addresses the next instruction if the preceding instruction is not a control instruction such. Abstract: This paper proposes a reconfigurable multi-core architecture, called hyperscalar that enables many scalar cores to be united dynamically as a larger superscalar processor to accelerate a thread.

To accomplish this, we propose the virtual shared register files (VSRF) that allow the instructions of a thread executed in the united cores to logically face a uniform set of register files. The book consists of eight chapters: The first chapter is an introduction to all of the main ideas that the following chapters cover in detail: the topics covered are the main forms of pipelining used in high-performance uniprocessors, a taxonomy of the space of pipelined processors, and performance issues.

We propose a reconfigurable superscalar processor with two modes of operation: In safety mode the two pipelines run in lock step, executing the same instruction sequence, thus allowing to detect.

Abstract: Superscalar processing is the latest in along series of innovations aimed at producing ever-faster microprocessors. By exploiting instruction-level parallelism, superscalar processors are capable of executing more than one instruction in a clock cycle.

This paper discusses the microarchitecture of superscalar processors. Superscalar architecture is a method of parallel computing used in many processors. In a superscalar computer, the central processing unit (CPU) manages multiple instruction pipelines to execute several instructions concurrently during a clock cycle.

This is achieved by feeding the different pipelines through a number of execution units within. Superscalar processor validation at the microarchitecture level (Research report) Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: Noppanunt Utamaphethai.

Lect. 3: Superscalar Processors Pipelining: several instructions are simultaneously at different stages of their execution Superscalar: several instructions are simultaneously at the same stages of their execution Out-of-order execution: instructions can be executed File Size: KB.

What is out-of-order (ooo) execution and describe 2 different ways that ooo execution can be realized in a superscalar architecture. Compare the instruction dependencies that can occur in an in-order execution pipeline vs.

an ooo execution superscalar. The kernels are called virtual instruction configurations, or VICs, and we will discuss possible RPF architectures for implementing them in the following section. 30 Chapter2 Reconfigurable Computing Architectures RECONFIGURABLE PROCESSINGFABRIC ARCHITECTURES One of the defining characteristics of a reconfigurable computing architecture is Cited by: 1.

A superscalar processor usually sustains an execution rate in excess of one instruction per machine cycle. But merely processing multiple instructions concurrently does not make an architecture superscalar, since pipelined, multiprocessor or multi-core architectures also achieve that, but with different methods.

Abstract: As the newest member of the microprocessor family, the MC microprocessor offers a cost-effective, power-thrifty solution for high-performance embedded processing applications. This article focuses on its microarchitectural features, such as superscalar pipeline implementation, that enable it to achieve its high-performance objectives while maintaining user-code Cited by: Today's microprocessors are the powerful descendants of the von Neumann 1 computer dating back to a memo of Burks, Goldstine, and von Neumann of The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se­ quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream.

A program. Reconfigurable Computing Systems Engineering: Virtualization of Computing Architecture describes the organization of reconfigurable computing system (RCS) architecture and discusses the pros and cons of different RCS architecture implementations. Providing a solid understanding of RCS technology and where it’s most effective, this book:Author: Lev Kirischian.

Wennekers S., Siemers C. () Reconfigurable RISC — A New Approach for Space-Efficient Superscalar Microprocessor Architecture. In: Schmeck H., Ungerer T., Wolf L.

(eds) Trends in Network and Pervasive Computing — ARCS ARCS Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. First Online 28 March Cited by: 3. The architecture, called Grid Alu Processor (GAP), comprises an in-order superscalar pipeline front-end enhanced by a configuration unit able to dynamically issue dependent and independent stan.

superscalar design tightly-coupled to a reconfigurable array. The array implements critical computation parts using combinational logic, improving the amount of parallelism exploited.This paper describes OneChip, a third generation reconfigurable processor architecture that integrates a Reconfigurable Functional Unit (RFU) into a superscalar Reduced Instruction Set Computer.superscalar (architecture) A superscalar architecture is a uniprocessor that can execute two or more scalar operations in parallel.

Some definitions include superpipelined and VLIW architectures; others do not. Superscalar architectures (apart from superpipelined architectures) require multiple functional units, which may or may not be identical to each.