|More work on Lunde's architecture papers? firstname.lastname@example.org (1992-06-14)|
|From:||email@example.com (Marcel Achim)|
|Date:||Sun, 14 Jun 1992 20:46:47 GMT|
I just came across an article from Amund Lunde (CACM Vol.20, No.3.
March 77) "Empirical Evaluation of Some Features of Instruction Set
Processor Architectures". It is part of a IEEE tutorial on RISC. It
describes a register usage and operator utility analysis method by tracing
executions with ISP interpretors. The research was done at Carnegie-Mellon
but finger firstname.lastname@example.org rings no bell, so I wonder if anyone knows
about subsequent, parallel, (or anyway) related work. I plan to use this
as a base for a project for undergraduates in a computer architecture
course, it should be something like a comparison between a M68020 and a
SPARC. Has anyone tried this?
Universite du Quebec a Montreal
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