2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11515-8_11
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Abstract: Abstract. Customizable processors augmented with application-specific Instruction Set Extensions (ISEs) have begun to gain traction in recent years. The most effective ISEs include Architecturally Visible Storage (AVS), compiler-controlled memories accessible exclusively to the ISEs. Unfortunately, the usage of AVS memories creates a coherence problem with the data cache. A multiprocessor coherence protocol can solve the problem, however, this is an expensive solution when applied in a uniprocessor context. I…

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