DATE & TIME
Tuesday, January 23, 2001
NASA Ames Main Auditorium (Building 201),
Moffett Federal Airfield, Mountain View, CA, USA
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ABSTRACT OF TALK
The Denelcor HEP was a uniform shared memory multiprocessor that used fine-grain multithreading to tolerate memory latency, synchronization latency, and even functional unit latency. Six systems were delivered to customers during the years 1981-1985.
This talk will describe the evolution, innovations, and disasters that accompanied the development of hardware and software for the HEP.
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