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801 Storage: architecture and programming

A. Chang, M. Mergen
1987 Proceedings of the eleventh ACM Symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '87  
Based on novel architecture, the 801 minicomputer project has developed a low-level storage manager which can significantly simplify storage programming in subsystems and applications.  ...  The storage manager embodies three ideas: (1) large virtual storage, to contain all temporary data and permanent files for the active programs, (2) the innovation of database storage, which has implicit  ...  The IBM RT PC implements the necessary features of 801 storage architecture. The upper 4 bits of a 32-bit short address select one of 16 segment registers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/41457.37513 dblp:conf/sosp/ChangM87 fatcat:yzt3q6rbh5d2ppxl5yo6xal33u

801 storage: architecture and programming

Albert Chang, Mark F. Mergen
1988 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems  
Based on novel architecture, the 801 minicomputer project has developed a low-level storage manager that can significantly simplify storage programming in subsystems and applications.  ...  The storage manager embodies three ideas: (1) large virtual storage, to contain all temporary data and permanent files for the active programs; (2) the innovation of database storage, which has implicit  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS John Cocke and George Radin made original contributions to the ideas presented. Many other members of the 801 project have also contributed to design and implementation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/35037.42270 fatcat:qkb5xqzj4nbhrovjlwyzw2zwm4

The 801 minicomputer

George Radin
1982 Proceedings of the first international symposium on Architectural support for programming languages and operating systems - ASPLOS-I  
It consists of a running hardware prototype, a control program and an optimizing compiler.  ...  hard-wired, -storage hierarchy and I/O organization to enable the CPU to execute an instruction at almost every cycle.  ...  Acknowledgments The seminal idea for the 801 and many subsequent concepts are due to John Cocke. In six years, the list of contributors has grown too large to list here.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800050.801824 dblp:conf/asplos/Radin82 fatcat:6b2cmnnysnhcnjga5nmpwsujci

The 801 minicomputer

George Radin
1982 SIGARCH Computer Architecture News  
It consists of a running hardware prototype, a control program and an optimizing compiler.  ...  hard-wired, -storage hierarchy and I/O organization to enable the CPU to execute an instruction at almost every cycle.  ...  Acknowledgments The seminal idea for the 801 and many subsequent concepts are due to John Cocke. In six years, the list of contributors has grown too large to list here.  ... 
doi:10.1145/964750.801824 fatcat:oeq3ycuvvjeplfhc3row5htj4y

The 801 Minicomputer

George Radin
1983 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
It consists of a running hardware prototype, a control program and an optimizing compiler.  ...  hard-wired, -storage hierarchy and I/O organization to enable the CPU to execute an instruction at almost every cycle.  ...  Acknowledgments The seminal idea for the 801 and many subsequent concepts are due to John Cocke. In six years, the list of contributors has grown too large to list here.  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.273.0237 fatcat:jgbc3jcfzbeobas37rmnunna44

The 801 minicomputer

George Radin
2000 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
It consists of a running hardware prototype, a control program and an optimizing compiler.  ...  hard-wired, -storage hierarchy and I/O organization to enable the CPU to execute an instruction at almost every cycle.  ...  Acknowledgments The seminal idea for the 801 and many subsequent concepts are due to John Cocke. In six years, the list of contributors has grown too large to list here.  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.441.0037 fatcat:kyit7et7yraihotffbds5xaiqi

The 801 minicomputer

George Radin
1982 SIGPLAN notices  
It consists of a running hardware prototype, a control program and an optimizing compiler.  ...  hard-wired, -storage hierarchy and I/O organization to enable the CPU to execute an instruction at almost every cycle.  ...  Acknowledgments The seminal idea for the 801 and many subsequent concepts are due to John Cocke. In six years, the list of contributors has grown too large to list here.  ... 
doi:10.1145/960120.801824 fatcat:74dh4vvau5ctdnpphcuqlqn5ay

A perspective on the 801/Reduced Instruction Set Computer

M. E. Hopkins
1987 IBM Systems Journal  
This paper described the background and evolution of these ideas in the context of the 801 experimental minicomputer project.  ...  This project, termed the 801 project, questioned the trend toward complexity in computer architecture. It was observed that most of the complex instructions were seldom used.  ...  The 801 experimental architecture makes the notion of a cache explicit; those programs that construct programs must issue instructions to synchronize the caches.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.261.0107 fatcat:pxdkib32irgqlgei24rpg5znxi

Automated repair of binary and assembly programs for cooperating embedded devices

Eric Schulte, Jonathan DiLorenzo, Westley Weimer, Stephanie Forrest
2013 Proceedings of the eighteenth international conference on Architectural support for programming languages and operating systems - ASPLOS '13  
Efficiency gains are achieved by introducing stochastic fault localization, with much lower overhead than comparable deterministic methods, and low-level program representations.  ...  We repair defects in ARM and x86 assembly as well as ELF binaries, observing decreases of 86% in memory and 95% in disk requirements, with 62% decrease in repair time, compared to similar source-level  ...  Bodik, and the anonymous reviewers provided helpful comments on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2451116.2451151 dblp:conf/asplos/SchulteDWF13 fatcat:765t4x3kyrcqrogc7e7kric4bm

Efficient HPC Data Motion via Scratchpad Memory

Kayla O Seager, Ananta Tiwari, Michael A. Laurenzano, Joshua Peraza, Pietro Cicotti, Laura Carrington
2012 2012 SC Companion: High Performance Computing, Networking Storage and Analysis  
in order to move an average of 39% fewer bits to and from main memory, with a maximum improvement of 69%.  ...  To make systems of today more energy efficient and to bring exascale computing closer to the realm of possibilities, data motion must be made more energy efficient.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was supported in part by the DOE Office of Science through the Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) award titled "Thrifty: An Exascale Architecture for Energy-Proportional  ... 
doi:10.1109/sc.companion.2012.111 dblp:conf/sc/SeagerTLPCC12 fatcat:4bwayaibuvfy3erlrlqaibd2qa

Code generation for streaming: an access/execute mechanism

Manuel E. Benitez, Jack W. Davidson
1991 Proceedings of the fourth international conference on Architectural support for programming languages and operating systems - ASPLOS-IV  
Of particular interest is the novel approach that the compiler uses to detect recurrence relations in programs and to generate code for them.  ...  Access/execute architectures have several advantages over more traditional architectures.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The WM architecture was designed by William A.  ... 
doi:10.1145/106972.106987 dblp:conf/asplos/BenitezD91 fatcat:h37jbkitg5hmzpv42tg3grlqua

The Making of the Fulbright Program, 1946–1961 [chapter]

Lonnie R. Johnson
2019 The Legacy of J. William Fulbright  
William Fulbright's initial conception of the program as well as the ingenuity of its statutory basis, funding models, and unique organizational architecture.  ...  It also looks at the inherent tensions between educational exchange and propaganda and the impacts of partisan and bureaucratic politics on its administration, and it places the program in the larger institutional  ...  and storage, maintenance and operation, rental of space, and dismantling.  ... 
doi:10.5810/kentucky/9780813177700.003.0009 fatcat:2qclao2ga5h75jdva5fguh4wqu

An Architectural Style to Integrate Components and Aspects

Miguel A. Pérez, Amparo Navasa Martínez, Juan Manuel Murillo
2001 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming  
Feature interaction is nothing new and not limited to computer science.  ...  A list of examples give an impression about the nature and the importance of feature interaction.  ...  In particular, we would like to thank Adrian Friday and Keith Cheverst for their insights into mobile computing, the various members of the Open ORB project for discussions on component-based and reflective  ... 
dblp:conf/ecoop/PerezMM01 fatcat:nsdckjidzfhbbp3kbj5ody3pfi

Compiler optimizations for improving data locality

Steve Carr, Kathryn S. McKinley, Chau-Wen Tseng
1994 Proceedings of the sixth international conference on Architectural support for programming languages and operating systems - ASPLOS-VI  
of scientific programs and kernels.  ...  programs.  ...  Acknowledgments We wish to thank Ken Kennedy for providing the impetus and guidance for much of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/195473.195557 dblp:conf/asplos/CarrMT94 fatcat:urxkfxttunevldf7xmo2py4wcq

Storage-class memory: The next storage system technology

R. F. Freitas, W. W. Wilcke
2008 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
In this paper, we extrapolate disk and SCM technology trends to 2020 and analyze the impact on storage systems.  ...  Approximately ten new technologies-collectively called storage-class memory (SCM)-are currently under development and promise to be fast, inexpensive, and power efficient.  ...  SCM is used both as the main memory (terabytes) and as permanent storage (petabytes). The latter is shared across several nodes for fault tolerance and programming-model reasons.  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.524.0439 fatcat:t7cnxhs4xrh27jq2tpvlzv3o3y
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