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The AM3 Associative Processor
April 1995 (vol. 15 no. 2)
pp. 70-78
The Associative Microprogrammable Multipurpose Monoprocessor (AM3) is an associative 32-bit processor based on a modified Harvard architecture. It is provided with a standard address driven bus system to handle "von Neumann"--like data and instructions and a separate addressless associative bus-system to provide a link to associative memory components. Due to its microprogrammability it can be adapted to a variety of associative memory circuits. The following paper presents the architecture, the programming environment together with the implementations of a pattern recognition method and a method to compute the shortest path in a graph asapplication paradigms.
Index Terms:
Associative Processors, Virtual Associative Memory, Signal Processing, Object Oriented Language Interface, Pattern Matching
Citation:
Bernd Klauer, Andreas Bleck, Klaus Waldschmidt, "The AM3 Associative Processor," IEEE Micro, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 70-78, April 1995, doi:10.1109/40.372356
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