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DerekChiou_EE306_Spring2009_Lecture24

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© Derek Chiou 1 Lecture 24: Introduction to Parallel Computing Prof. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin

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Test of size Announcements Office hours MT 5PM-6PM as usual In addition, office hours as long as three of you sign up Google docs to sign up Final Review session? Tuesday the 12 th Lab 5 is simply changing from polling to interrupts 4/29/2009 © Derek Chiou: EE306: Lecture 24 2
Test of size 4/29/2009 © Derek Chiou: EE306: Lecture 24 3 Recap and Outline Recap A Different ISA Outline Introduction to Parallel Computing

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Test of size Teaching My Mom How to Program in C x = 1; AND R0, R0, #0 ADD R0, R0, #1 ST R0, X printf(“%d\n”, x); LD R0, X JSR Binary2ASCII; converts, returns pointer to string in R0 PUTS 4/29/2009 © Derek Chiou: EE306: Lecture 24 4
Test of size ISAs Traditionally Sequential Assume that previous instruction finishes execution before next one starts You can depend on previous instruction state changes before current instruction starts x = 1; AND R0, R0, #0 ADD R0, R0, #1 ST R0, X printf(“%d\n”, x); LD R0, X JSR Binary2ASCII; converts, returns pointer to string in R0 PUTS 4/29/2009 © Derek Chiou: EE306: Lecture 24 5

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Test of size 4/29/2009 © Derek Chiou: EE306: Lecture 24 6 What Is A Parallel Computer?
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