Superspeculative microarchitecture for beyond AD 2000

M.H. Lipasti, J.P. Shen
1997 Computer  
Researchers have proposed reconfigurable computers that employ large arrays of highly programmable build-Employing a broad spectrum of superspeculative techniques can achieve significant performance increases over today's top-of-the-line microprocessors. The experimental, superspeculative microarchitecture Superflow has a potential performance of 9.0 instructions per cycle and realizable performance of 7.3 IPC for the SPEC95 integer suite, without requiring recompilation or changes to the instruction set architecture.
doi:10.1109/2.612250 fatcat:ezukhsogtvcnjfga5hqpj5jcsi