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This lecture presents a study of the microarchitecture of contemporary microprocessors. The focus is on implementation aspects, with discussions on their implications in terms of performance, power, and cost of state-of-the-art designs. The lecture starts with an overview of the different types of microprocessors and a review of the microarchitecture of cache memories. Then, it describes the implementation of the fetch unit, where special emphasis is made on the required support for branch prediction. The next section is devoted to instruction decode with special focus on the particular support to decoding x86 instructions. The next chapter presents the allocation stage and pays special attention to the implementation of register renaming. Afterward, the issue stage is studied. Here, the logic to implement out-of-order issue for both memory and non-memory instructions is thoroughly described. The following chapter focuses on the instruction execution and describes the different functional units that can be found in contemporary microprocessors, as well as the implementation of the bypass network, which has an important impact on the performance. Finally, the lecture concludes with the commit stage, where it describes how the architectural state is updated and recovered in case of exceptions or misspeculations. This lecture is intended for an advanced course on computer architecture, suitable for graduate students or senior undergrads who want to specialize in the area of computer architecture. It is also intended for practitioners in the industry in the area of microprocessor design. The book assumes that the reader is familiar with the main concepts regarding pipelining, out-of-order execution, cache memories, and virtual memory.
|Other titles||Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.|
|Statement||Antonio González, Fernando Latorre, and Grigorios Magklis|
|Series||Synthesis lectures on computer architecture -- # 12|
|Contributions||Latorre, Fernando, Magklis, Grigorios, 1976-|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.A73 G656 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||9781608454532, 9781608454525|
The lecture starts with an overview of the different types of microprocessors and a review of the microarchitecture of cache memories. Then, it describes the implementation of the fetch unit, where special emphasis is made on the required support for branch prediction. description of each processor line’s characteristics can be found later in the chapter. In this book, whenever the term K8 or Hammer is used, it applies to all processors based on this microarchitecture. If a specific processor is named, like AMD OpteronTM, that reference only applies to that processor .
This is a list of microarchitectures based on the ARM family of instruction sets designed by ARM Holdings and 3rd parties, sorted by version of the ARM instruction set, release and name. ARM provides a summary of the numerous vendors who implement ARM cores in their design. Keil also provides a somewhat newer summary of vendors of ARM based processors. ARM further provides a chart . foundation of the Intel® Xeon® processor and series) builds on these earlier microarchitectural marvels, rewriting the book on processor scalability, perfor-mance, and energy efficiency. The first chapter is all about scalability. Intel® microarchitecture (Nehalem) is a dynamically scalable and design-scalable microarchitecture.
And, this allows you to build more expensive or less expensive versions of the same processor. So, let's talk about the history of why we came up with these two differentiations between architecture and microarchitecture. And, it came about, because software is sort of, pushed it on us and ended up being a nice abstraction layer. Copyright © Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 82 UNN Figure 1. Title: Slide 1 Author: CEPHA Created Date: 8/27/ PM.
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Processor Microarchitecture: An Implementation Perspective (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture) Paperback – Decem by Antonio Gonzalez (Author), Fernando Latorre (Author), Grigorios Magklis (Author) & out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Cited by: This book should provide a valuable resource for those wishing to understand the architecture of graphics processor units (GPUs) used for acceleration of general-purpose applications and to those who want to obtain an introduction to the Processor microarchitecture book growing body of research exploring how to improve the architecture of these GPUs.1/5(1).
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 Processor microarchitecture book the effective design of contemporary high-performance micro Cited by: Quantitative Computer Architecture by John Hennessy and Dave Patterson is a great start.
This is the most widely read and referenced book for computer architects. You could follow it up with Processor Microarchitecture: An Implementation Perspective by Antonio Gonzalez et al.
This book provides a nice perspective on more tricks and techniques. Processor design-specific subjects such as Power Management and design-specific MSRs are not covered in this book. Rather, they are covered in MindShare's Processor family-specific microarchitecture classes.
“ The Microarchitecture of the Pentium 4 Processor on 90nm Technology,” Intel Tech. Journal, 8, 1, Feb.1–17 Cvetanovic, Z. and Bhandarkar, D., “ Performance Characterization of the Alpha Microprocessor Using TP and SPEC Workloads,” Proc. 2nd Int.
Symp. on High-Performance Computer Architecture,– The book assumes that the reader is familiar with the main concepts regarding pipelining, out-of-order execu-tion, cache memories, and virtual memory.
vi KEYWORDS processor microarchitecture, cache memories, instructions fetching, register renaming, instruction decoding, instruction issuing, instruction execution, misspeculation Size: 2MB.
The microarchitecture of Intel, AMD and VIA CPUs: An optimization guide for assembly programmers and compiler makers. Instruction tables: Lists of instruction latencies, throughputs and micro-operation breakdowns for Intel, AMD and VIA CPUs.
Calling conventions for different C++ compilers and operating Size: 2MB. 44 rows first x86 processor; initially a temporary substitute for the iAPX to compete with. As measured by AIXprt workload on pre-production 10th Gen Intel® Core™ iG7 processor vs.
8th Gen Intel® Core™ iU processor (INT8 Results). Performance results are based on testing as of and may not reflect all publicly available security updates. Processor Microarchitecture: An Implementation Perspective (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture) by Antonio Gonzalez () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 3 ratings.
See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price /5(3). A beta version of this book () is available free online 2/ Overview of the MIPS architecture What is a computer architecture.
Fetch-decode-execute cycle Fixed set of on-processor variables (registers) Interface for reading/writing memory Mechanisms to do input/outputFile Size: KB.
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Processor Microarchitecture byLatorre Paperback – January 1, by Latorre (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Author: Latorre. The Family hexadecimal identifier number can be determined for a particular processor using the freeware system profiling application CPU-Z, which shows the Family number in the Ext.
Family field of the application, as can be seen on various screenshots on the CPU-Z Validator World Records website. x86 microarchitectures. Below is a list of microarchitectures many of which have codenames. Microarchitecture design is the activity to refine the architecture-level functional description into descriptions of each hardware module and to connect all modules together.
It is the step planning for RTL coding of a hardware module. Design of processor microarchitecture is one of. A microarchitecture organized around a single bus The ISA is roughly the same as the programming model of a processor as seen by an assembly language programmer or compiler writer.
The ISA includes the execution model, processor registers, address and data formats among other things. 7 Features • A bit RSIC processor core capable of executing bit instructions (Von Neumann Architecture) – High density code • The Thumb’s set’s bit instruction length allows it to approach about 65% of standard ARM code size while retaining ARM bit processor Size: 2MB.
Processor Microarchitecture: An Implementation Perspective December December Read More. Authors: Antonio Gonzalez, ; Fernando Latorre, ; Grigorios Magklis. 3 - Processor microarchitecture.
Michel Dubois, Summary. CHAPTER OVERVIEW. The processor and its instruction set are the fundamental components of any architecture because they drive its functionality. In some sense the processor is the “brain” of a computer system, and therefore understanding how processors work is essential to.
A Rundown of x86 Processor Architecture What Is a Microarchitecture? A microarchitecture (sometimes written as "micro-architecture") is the digital logic that allows an instruction set to be executed. It is the combined implementation of registers, memory, arithmetic logic units, multiplexers, and any other digital logic blocks.This book is intended to serve as a textbook for a second course in the im plementation (Le.
microarchitecture) of computer architectures. The subject matter covered is the collection of techniques that are used to achieve the highest performance in single-processor machines; these techniques center the exploitation of low-level parallelism (temporal and spatial) in the processing of machine.White Paper: Describes the basic operation and function of platform ingredients and critical support components used in three classes of Intel® architecture platforms, including the Intel® Atom™ and Intel® Core™ processors.