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An elementary treatise on elliptic functions by Arthur Cayley

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3 Cache Hierarchy Organization Over the past decade, we have witnessed phenomenal improvements in process technology. This has led to an increase in the available on-chip transistor budget. This transistor budget resulted in a wave of innovations in microarchitecture, such as prefetching, deep pipelines, more aggressive execution, and of course more cores. The increase in the number of on-chip cores, and the sophistication of each core, place significant demands on the memory system. We need highbandwidth, low-latency, high-capacity, scalable memory systems.

E. A. S. D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 1983. He was an Assistant Professor at Purdue University prior to joining the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh in 1986, where he is currently a Professor in the Computer Science Department, which he chaired from 2000 to 2009. His research interests include power management, real-time and faulttolerant systems, optical networks, high-performance computing and parallel computer architectures. Dr. Melhem has served on program committees of numerous conferences and workshops.

4 4 6 6 8 9 9 9 11 13 16 17 18 18 20 21 23 23 24 28 29 31 32 36 36 37 38 The memory system is a pivotal element of any computer system. It has a direct effect on performance, power dissipation, and bandwidth requirement. However, the importance of the memory system has undergone several stages in the relatively short lifetime of digital computers. At the dawn of computer systems, the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) era, the memory system was nonexistent because programs were hardwired into the machine.

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