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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In Clustered Instruction-level Parallel (ILP) processors, the function units are partitioned and resources such as register file and cache are either partitioned or replicated and then grouped together into onchip clusters. We present a novel partitioned register file architecture for clustered ILP processors which exploits the temporal locality of references to remote registers in a cluster and combines multiple inter-cluster communication operations into a single broadcast operation using adoi:10.1007/3-540-45706-2_68 fatcat:cw37lzv3svfotfwme3cpyawupy