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Transactional coherence and consistency: simplifying parallel hardware and software

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Transactional coherence and consistency (TCC) simplifies parallel hardware and software design by eliminating the need for conventional cache coherence and consistency models and letting programmers parallelize a wide range of applications with a simple, lock-free transactional model. TCC eases both parallel programming and parallel architecture design by relying on programmer-defined transactions as the basic unit of parallel work, communication, memory coherence, and memory consistency

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 6 )