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The M-Machine is an experimental multicomputer being developed to test architectural concepts motivated by the constraints of modern semiconductor technology and the demands of programming systems. The M-Machine computing nodes are connected with a 3-D mesh network; each node is a multithreaded processor incorporating 12 function units, on-chip cache, and local memory. The multiple function units are used to exploit both instruction-level and thread-level parallelism. A user accessible messagedoi:10.1109/micro.1995.476822 dblp:conf/micro/FilloKDCCGL95 fatcat:o523frqb7jdrjmj7vfprfk6kk4