Computer Architecture

One of the major concerns regarding our group's research activity in the field of computer architecture is the exploration and evaluation of modern and emerging architecture designs. Recent developments in microprocessor technology indicate a paradigm shift that is likely to alter the present programming methodologies ( see DDJ article). We aim at the exploration of these new architectures, while focusing especially on multithreaded designs. Some examples of our involvement include:

  • Typical (Intel Core Duo / Opteron) and Aggressive multicore designs (Niagara)
  • Simultaneous multithreading (SMT)
  • Cell Broadband Engine (Cell)
  • General-purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPGPU)
  • Caches for Chip Multiprocessor Architectures (CMPs)

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