Issue No. 12 - December (1971 vol. 20)
P. Budnik , IEEE
As computer CPUs get faster, primary memories tend to be organized in parallel banks. The fastest machines now being developed can fetch of the order of 100 words in parallel. Unless memory and compiler designers are careful, serious memory conflicts and resulting performance degradation may result. Some of the important questions of design and use of such memories are discussed.
Memory conflicts, parallel computer, parallel memory, pipeline computer, skewed array storage.
P. Budnik and D. Kuck, "The Organization and Use of Parallel Memories," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 20, no. , pp. 1566-1569, 1971.