Computer Systems for Process Control by R. Güth (auth.), Reinhold Güth (eds.)

By R. Güth (auth.), Reinhold Güth (eds.)

The Brown Boveri Symposia are through now a part of a firm!ly tested culture. this is often the 9th occasion in a sequence which was once initiated presently after company examine was once created as a separate entity inside of our corporation; the Symposia are held another 12 months. the subjects so far were: 1969 move learn on Blading 1971 Real-Time regulate of electrical strength structures 1973 High-Temperature fabrics in fuel generators 1975 Nonemissive Electrooptic monitors 1977 present Interruption in High-Voltage Networks 1979 Surges in High-Voltage Networks 1981 Semiconductor units for energy Conditionling 1983 Corrosion in energy producing apparatus 1985 computers for procedure keep watch over Why have we selected those themes? on the outset we verified sure choice standards; we felt topic for a symposium may still satisfy the subsequent 3 necessities: it may symbolize part of a completely clinical self-discipline; in different phrases it's going to describe a space of scholarly research and examine. r - it may be of present curiosity within the feel that vital effects have lately been acquired and significant learn attempt is shortly underway within the foreign clinical group. - it may undergo a few relation to the medical and technological job of our corporation. allow us to examine the requirement "current interest": many of the themes at the record above were the topic of study for a number of many years, a few even from the - v vi FOREWORD ginning of the century.

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DATA CONTROL» PROCESSOR STRUCTURE : := MEMORY STRUCTURE COMMUNICATION STRUCTURE : := *) I I A PROCESSOR TYPE IS DEFINED BY THE PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE, USING A LOWER LEVEL ADAPTATION OF THE DEFINITIONS OF COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE. Fig. 1: The First Definitions of a Taxonomy of Computer ArchitectureS 2. 1 Mitigating the "von Neumann Bottleneck" The principle of having a processor manipulate the states of single memory words in a word-at-a-time fashion causes an "intellectual bottleneck" for the programmer as well as a physical, performance-limiting bottleneck in the executing machine.

Vol. 13, No. 3, 1981, pp. 247-278. 12. , "UPPERBUS - A Bit-Serial, Fiber Optics-Based Computer Link Bus with 280/560 Mbit/s," Internal Paper, GMD-TUB FIRST, 1985. 31 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE DISCUSSION Chairman: T. Lalive d'Epinay (Brown Boveri, Baden, Switzerland) P. Freemann (University of California, Irvine, CA, USA) It was asserted that virtual memories will no longer be needed because of large physical memories. In my view, virtual memories exist for two reasons. First, to make possible larger address spaces than there are physical address spaces.

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