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Hybrid-WSI: A Massively Parallel Computing Technology?
April 1993 (vol. 26 no. 4)
pp. 50-61

It is argued that although it is not yet clear which of the two wafer scale integration (WSI) forms, monolithic or hybrid, will gain the lead to an enabling technology for second-generation massively parallel computers (MPCs), there are noticeably more backers for hybrid-WSI. The application requirements, implementation problems, and engineering issues of MPCs are discussed. In particular, the associative string processor (ASP) modules, which comprise building blocks for second-generation MPC configurations, are described. The progress reported in developing ASP modules is quantitatively extrapolated to other MPC implementations.

Citation:
Claus M. Habiger, R. Mike Lea, "Hybrid-WSI: A Massively Parallel Computing Technology?," Computer, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 50-61, April 1993, doi:10.1109/2.206513
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