Modern Processor Design: Fundamentals of Superscalar Processors

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Waveland Press, 2013. júl. 30. - 642 oldal

 Conceptual and precise, Modern Processor Design brings together numerous microarchitectural techniques in a clear, understandable framework that is easily accessible to both graduate and undergraduate students. Complex practices are distilled into foundational principles to reveal the authors insights and hands-on experience in the effective design of contemporary high-performance micro-processors for mobile, desktop, and server markets. Key theoretical and foundational principles are presented in a systematic way to ensure comprehension of important implementation issues.

The text presents fundamental concepts and foundational techniques such as processor design, pipelined processors, memory and I/O systems, and especially superscalar organization and implementations. Two case studies and an extensive survey of actual commercial superscalar processors reveal real-world developments in processor design and performance. A thorough overview of advanced instruction flow techniques, including developments in advanced branch predictors, is incorporated. Each chapter concludes with homework problems that will institute the groundwork for emerging techniques in the field and an introduction to multiprocessor systems.

 

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Processor Design
1
Pipelined Processors
39
Memory and IO Systems
105
Superscalar Organization
177
Superscalar Techniques
217
The PowerPC 620
301
Intels P6 Microarchitecture
329
Survey of Superscalar Processors
369
Advanced Instruction Flow Techniques
453
Advanced Register Data Flow Techniques
519
Executing Multiple Threads
559
Index
623
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