performance of SCI memory hierarchies

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Multiprocessors -- Evaluation., Memory hierarchy (Computer sci
Statementby RobertoA. Hexsel and Nigel P. Topham.
SeriesTechnical report -- CSR-30-94, Technical report (University of Edinburgh. Department of Computer Science) -- CSR-30-94.
ContributionsTopham, Nigel P., University of Edinburgh. Department of Computer Science.
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The Scalable Coherent Interface (SCI) is an IEEE standard that defines a hardware platform for scalable shared-memory multiprocessors. This paper contains a quantitative performance evaluation of. Evaluation of SCI Memory Hierarchies Roberto A Hexsel Ph.D. University of Edinburgh Abstract The Scalable Coherent Interface (SCI) is an IEEE standard that defines a hard-ware platform for scalable shared-memory multiprocessors.

SCI consists of three parts. The first is a set of physical interfaces that defines board sizes, wiring and Cited by: 5. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper presents a simulation-based performance evaluation of a shared-memory multiprocessor using the Scalable Coherent Interface (IEEE ).

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Memory Capacity Planning: • The performance of a memory hierarchy is determined by the effective access time (Teff) to any level in the hierarchy. It depends on the hit ratio and access frequencies at successive levels.

• Hit Ratio (h): is a concept defined for any two adjacent levels of a memory hierarchy.

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When an information item. Memory Hierarchy Design Memory hierarchy design becomes more crucial with recent multi-core processors: Aggregate peak bandwidth grows with # cores: Intel Core i7 can generate two references per core per clock Four cores and GHz clock billion bit data references/second +.

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Think of the memory and storage hierarchy – it has the CPU at the top, with DRAM .