Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing

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McGraw-Hill, 1984 - Computers - 846 pages
Introduction to parallel processing; Memory and input-output subsystems; Principles of pipelining and vector processing; Pipeline computers and vectorization methods; Structures and algorithms for array processors; SIMD computers and performance enhancement; Multiprocessor architecture and programming; Multiprocessing control and algorithms; Example multiprocessor systems; Data Flow computers and VLSI computations; Bibliography; Index.

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Sir in page No. 204, you take notation 7+ integer latency. But already 8 is the largest forbidden latency obtained from the reservation table. How is it possible?

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Memory and InputOutput Subsystems
Principles of Pipelining and Vector Processing
Pipeline Computers and Vectorization Methods

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