The Arm Triple Core Lock-Step (TCLS) architecture is the natural evolution of Arm Cortex-R Dual Core Lock-Step (DCLS) processors to increase dependability, predictability, and availability in safety-critical and ultra-reliable applications. TCLS is simple, scalable, and easy to deploy in applications where Arm DCLS processors are widely used (e.g.,... (more)
Many modern data processing and HPC workloads are heavily memory-latency bound. A tempting proposition to solve this is software prefetching, where... (more)
Machine Learning (ML) are a family of models for learning from the data to improve performance on a... (more)
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (TOCS) welcomes Michael Swift as new Editor-in-Chief as of November 1, 2018. Michael is a Professor in the Computer Sciences Department at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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