Hello all, I am reading through the document at: http://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B5qTWL2s3LcQZDIyZDVmN2EtYjY4MC00YjU2LWE4ZGMtYzk2MmU4M2U2NDQ5&hl=en Some pretty interesting stuff. I am most surprised by Section 1.9.2 Scheduler (page 29): "The S1 has 4 16 entry pickers, " and "The S2 scheduler contains 16... 24 Jan 2010 15:48
735998 Computer Knowledge, Free and alwqays Up to Date 80
I fell in love with the net and all the compuiter teahcnology in the very early years and have loved it ever since, I have an IT Degree and Communications degree and will be working on my doctorate for the next five years, in bwetween I design websites, databases, Multimedia Produxction or anything that wil make me a p... 21 Jan 2010 22:32
HPCS-10 Call for papers
HPCS-10 Call for papers The 2010 International Conference on High Performance Computing Systems (HPCS-10) (website: http://www.PromoteResearch.org) will be held during 12-14 of July 2010 in Orlando, FL, USA. HPCS is an important event in the areas of high performance computing, grid computing and related topic... 19 Jan 2010 15:46
[TCPP-announce] CFP NAS 2010: The 5th IEEE International Conference on Networking, Architecture and Storage
[Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this message] CALL FOR PAPERS ======================================================================== The 5th IEEE International Conference on Networking, Architecture, and Storage (NAS 2010) Macau, Macau SAR, C... 19 Jan 2010 14:37
What *IS* a Super AI?
"Forthminder" <mentifex(a)myuw.net> wrote in message news:70ecc41a-d82f-4295-b6c7- [pseudo-random techno babble] Ahh! Fresh air. I was beginning to fear the old Forth troll had died... Ned ... 18 Jan 2010 18:46
Access to IrDA Transceiver in PC on IrPHY Level
Hi, We developed an IrPHY Core for an FPGA and wanted to test that core. Since we have standard compliant IrDA Interfaces on our Notebooks, we wondered if there was a way to access those Transceivers and bypass the rest of the IrDA protocol suite. I know that this is pretty useless for Applications, we just wa... 18 Jan 2010 09:42
I wrote th following for my wiki, http://semipublic.comp-arch.net/wiki/SYSENTER/SYSEXIT_vs._SYSCALL/SYSRET and thought thgat USEnet comp.arch might be interested: My bad. I defined the Intel P6's SYSENTER/SYSEXIT instructions. As I will explain below, they went a bit too far. AMD's more conventional S... 2 Feb 2010 14:33
Internet connection for 722K
I have upgraded my TV from an SD one to an HD LCD, and my receiver from a 501 to a 722K. The 722K is currently connected to the phone line I had used for the 501. My questions regard using a broadband connection to the 722K First, is there someplace that tells what downloads are available - that is, what c... 15 Jan 2010 19:25
Possibly a Skybuck Invention: Binary variables for processors could get rid of branches.
In article <c6136$4b4c0046$d53371df$12141(a)cache5.tilbu1.nb.home.nl>, IntoTheFuture(a)hotmail.com says... I have renamed the subject line to: "Possibly a Skybuck Invention: Binary variables for processors could get rid of branches." Because my proposed solution to get rid of branches, might not ... 12 Jan 2010 15:10
Invention already exists: Binary variables for processors couldget rid of branches.
Skybuck Flying wrote: Ok, I did a little bit of searching for similar patents/concepts and I already found one on the second try, BINGO: Branchless code. Branch elimination. Since this was a well known topic even in 1990, there are undoubtedly different, earlier, names. Hmm. IF conversion? ... 12 Jan 2010 10:38