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This paper is about making reversible logic a reality for supercomputing. Reversible logic offers a way to exceed certain basic limits on the performance of computers, yet a powerful case will have to be made to justify its substantial development expense. This paper explores the limits of current, irreversible logic for supercomputers, thus forming a threshold above which reversible logic is the only solution. Problems above this threshold are discussed, with the science and mitigation ofdoi:10.1145/1062261.1062325 dblp:conf/cf/DeBenedictis05 fatcat:liljr6kd4beb5px2q7ubk2fhbm