Issue No. 12 - December (1971 vol. 20)
E.G. Coffman , IEEE
Past studies of the performance of interleaved memory systems are extended in this note by adopting a more general model. The model assumes a system of N memory modules, each of which is made up of b submodules. Successive memory addresses are assigned to sequential submodules, modulo Nb. For increased effective memory bandwidth a so-called conflict buffer of size L + 1 is assumed to exist for storing address conflicts.
Interleaved memories, modular memories, Monte Carlo simulation, storage efficiency.
E. Coffman, R. Snowdon and G. Burnett, "On the Performance of Interleaved Memories with Multiple-Word Bandwidths," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 20, no. , pp. 1570-1573, 1971.