[Libre-soc-dev] Instruction Driven Data Cache paper I mentioned on today's sync call
Alain D D Williams
addw at phcomp.co.uk
Fri Aug 28 15:35:26 BST 2020
On Wed, Aug 26, 2020 at 05:31:48PM -0700, Cole Poirier wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I've added a link to our resources page pointing to the data cache
> paper I brought up on the sync call earlier today that luke suggested
> is a possible future optimization. You can find it under:
> 6. D-Cache
> 6.1 D-Cache Possible Optimizations papers and links
> ACDC: Small, Predictable and High-Performance Data Cache
> Here is the link for your convenience as well:
> If anyone wants to read it in full but can't access it, please let me
> know and I can send you the pdf.
I am collecting a bibliography -- ie interesting things to read.
When you come across this please make sure that I notice it by including a line like:
**** Alain you blind git -- here is a bibligraphy item ****
Nag me if I don't ACK in a few days. I do not mind people who remind me of things.
(The above is in the bib)
* a few words describing what it is about -- ie why we want it
* URL -- preferably one that does not involve going through a pay wall, but
a link to the abstract is better than nothing at all.
* If there is a chapter/pages that are of particular interest - please say so
so that I can note that.
I don't want a private copy (PDF/...) - the only sensible thing to do would be
to put that PDF onto the libre-soc web site - which would prob mean breaking
some copyright - which I will not do.**
It is better to tell me about more of these than too little; easy to remove (or
not be seen) than to try late to remember.
** Should I take a copy of things where the copyright license permits (eg a
creative commons one) - reason for this is that links on other web sites
sometimes break ? Please discuss.
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