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Summary form only given. The author considers that too often, asynchronous (Async) methodologies are postulated to be a “possibly” better solution for various problems in the design of computers. He goes on to discuss the real current issues with general purpose computing, where Async methodologies will come in, what form he thinks it should take, and what the barriers are. The possibilities for real breakthrough tools, chips, or intellectual property that could have immediate impacts on computer development, are looked and some opinions given to cause a recalibration on what problems need to be solved. The issues with using Async technologies are complicated enough that the motivator has to be a big bang and not incremental goodness. Hence the use of “millionaires” as a goodness metric

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Asynchronus Circuits and Systems, 2001. ASYNC 2001. Seventh International Symposium on

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2001

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