By H. Bunke (auth.), Adnan Amin, Dov Dori, Pavel Pudil, Herbert Freeman (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the joint refereed lawsuits of the 2 IAPR overseas Workshops on Structural and Syntactic trend attractiveness and on Statistical ideas in development acceptance, SSPR'98 and SPR'98, held in Sydney, Australia, in August 1998.
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Figure 3(b) shows a case where irregular control ﬂow would result in incorrect execution. In some iterations of the outer loop, all logical threads may avoid the break and synchronize correctly. In another iteration, all logical threads may take the break, avoiding synchronization. However, in the second case, control ﬂow would leave the ﬁrst thread loop before all logical threads had ﬁnished the ﬁrst thread loop, inconsistent with the program’s speciﬁcation. Again, we note that since the synchronization point is control-dependent on the execution of the break statement, the break statement itself can be a valid synchronization point according to the programming model.
Other cache parameters include parameters such as the Cache Directory Hash Mask, a mask used by the cache directory to associate a global base address with its specific linked list. 2 High-Locality Cache Operational Model The operational model for the High Locality Cache is composed of all the operations that execute upon the cache structures and implement the primitive operations shown in Figure 1, namely lookup, placement, communication, synchronization and consistency mechanisms. The following paragraphs describe each type of operation.
Free lines are immediately inserted at the end of the unused cache line list. Modified lines are then eagerly written back to global memory. When a new line is required, we grab the line at the head of the unused cache line list after ensuring that the communication performing the write-back is completed, if the line was modified. We support a relaxed consistency model. While it is the Memory Consistency Block responsibility to maintain consistency, the High-Locality Cache is responsible for informing the consistency block of which subsets of any given cache line have been modified and how to trigger the write-back mechanism.
Advances in Pattern Recognition: Joint IAPR International Workshops SSPR'98 and SPR'98 Sydney, Australia, August 11–13, 1998 Proceedings by H. Bunke (auth.), Adnan Amin, Dov Dori, Pavel Pudil, Herbert Freeman (eds.)