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RAMP: Research Accelerator for Multiple Processors

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8 Author(s)
John Wawrzynek ; University of California, Berkeley ; David Patterson ; Mark Oskin ; Shih-Lien Lu
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The RAMP project's goal is to enable the intensive, multidisciplinary innovation that the computing industry will need to tackle the problems of parallel processing. RAMP itself is an open-source, community-developed, FPGA-based emulator of parallel architectures. its design framework lets a large, collaborative community develop and contribute reusable, composable design modules. three complete designs - for transactional memory, distributed systems, and distributed-shared memory - demonstrate the platform's potential.

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IEEE Micro  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 2 )