Processor Architecture: From Dataflow to Superscalar and Beyond

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Today's microprocessors are the powerful descendants of the von Neumann 1 computer dating back to a memo of Burks, Goldstine, and von Neumann of 1946. The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream. A program counter addresses the next instruction if the preceding instruction is not a control instruction such as, e. g., jump, branch, subprogram call or return. An instruction is coded in an instruction format of fixed or variable length, ...

Processor Architecture: From Dataflow to Superscalar and Beyond 1999, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9783540647980

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