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it 2/2004 Sonstiges International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA 2004) Wolfgang Karl, Universität Karlsruhe (TH) Zusammenfassung Vom 19.–23. Juni 2004 findet die Konferenz „The 31st Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA 2004)“ erstmalig in Deutschland statt. Tagungsort ist München, Hotel Bayerischer Hof. Der Beitrag gibt einen kurzen Überblick über die Kon- ferenz und ihre Geschichte. Summary The 31st Annual International Symposium on Computer Archi- tecture (ISCA 2004) will take place in Germany for the first time. The

Computer Architecture Rechner-Architektur E l e k t r o n . R e c h e n a n l . 14 (1972 ) . H . 4, S. 1 5 4 - M a n u s k r i p i e i n g a n g : 1 2 . 5 . 1 9 7 2 159 von G . A. B L A A U W , Twente University of Technology, Enschede, The Nether lands In this paper overall design principles of computer architecture are considered. The concept of architecture is defined and con- trasted with the implementation and realization of the com- puter. The realm, documentation and language of the architec- ture are considered briefly. Subsequently the principle of

it 5/2008 Editorial Computer Architecture Challenges Rechnerarchitektur – Herausforderungen der nächsten Jahre Theo Ungerer, University of Augsburg Computer architecture develop- ments have made an overwhelm- ing progress within the last five decades driven by technology ad- vances that are well approximated by Moore’s law of doubling the density of transistors on a chip every 18–24 months. These advances al- lowed to develop high-performance PCs and workstations based on microprocessors to the point of cur- rent multi-core based PCs, servers, and embedded

Informationstechnik it 30 (1988) 2 © R.OIdenbourg Verlag it Parallele Algorithmen und ihre Abbildung auf parallele Rechnerarchitekturen Parallel Algorithms and their Mapping on Parallel Computer Architectures Ulrich Trottenberg und Karl Solchenbach, SUPRENUM GmbH Bonn Prof. Dr. Ulrich Trottenberg, Inhaber ei- nes Lehrstuhls für Angewandte Mathema- tik an der Universität Köln und Instituts- leiter in der GMD in St. Augustin, ist seit 1984 Leiter des nationalen SUPRENUM- Verbundvorhabens und seit 1986 Ge- schäftsführer der SUPRENUM GmbH in Bonn

Die Entwicklung der Rechnerarchitektur von der von-Neumann-Maschine bis zu den Rechnern der „fünften Generation" Development of computer architectures from the John von Neumann concept towards "5th generation" computers W K. G I L O I Elektron. Rechenanl. 26 (1984), H. 2, S. 55 -70 G M D Forschungsstel le f ü r Innovat ive Rechnersys teme Manuskripteingang: 22. November 1983 und - technologie an der Technischen Universi tät Berlin 1 Die Evolution des von-Neumann-Rechners 1.1 Darstellung von Befehlen und Daten Das Konzept des , , v o n - N e u m a n n

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sicherzustellen. KEYWORDS C.0 [Computer Systems Organization: General: Modeling of Computer Architecture] 1 Introduction and Motivation Following current forecasts [8; 9], computing systems of the already near future will be massively par- allel. Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) may serve as a role model for this kind of development: here, already today, we see architectures featuring up to several hundreds of processors [2; 7], offering hardware support for several 1000 concurrent threads and according program- ming environments [1; 14]. The vendors’ road-maps also indicate an

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