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TITLE : Iwarp Anatomy Of A Parallel Computing System

Iwarp was an experimental parallel supercomputer architecture developed as a joint project by intel and carnegie mellon university the project started in 1988 as a follow up to cmus previous warp research project in order to explore building an entire parallel computing node in a single microprocessor complete with memory and communications linksforeword by gordon bell and afterword by ht kung although researchers have proposed many mechanisms and theories for parallel systems only a few have actually resulted in working computing platformsnote citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or studythis book describes the complete iwarp system from instruction level parallelism to final parallel applications the authors present a range of issues that must be considered to get a real system into practicewere upgrading the acm dl and would like your input please sign up to review new features functionality and page designs

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