Lecture3 - – Functional – I/O • Example PCs SIMD • Single Instruction Multiple Data • Two architectures fit this category – Pipelined

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Architecture Single processor: – single instruction stream – single data stream – von Neumann model Multiple processors: – Flynn’s taxonomy
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MISD SISD MIDM SIMD 1 Many 1 Many Data Streams Instruction Streams Interconnection ? Shared memory ? Master-Slave ? Large grain – fine grain ? Flynn’s Taxonomy
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SISD • Single Instruction, Single Data • Single-CPU systems • Note: co-processors don’t count
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Unformatted text preview: – Functional – I/O • Example: PCs SIMD • Single Instruction, Multiple Data • Two architectures fit this category – Pipelined vector processor (e.g., Cray-1) – Processor array (e.g., Connection Machine) MIMD • Multiple Instruction, Multiple Data • Multiple-CPU computers – Multiprocessors – Multicomputers...
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2010 for the course CS CDA 5110- taught by Professor Deo during the Spring '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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Lecture3 - – Functional – I/O • Example PCs SIMD • Single Instruction Multiple Data • Two architectures fit this category – Pipelined

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