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Conception d'une architecture extensible pour le calcul massivement parallèle

Abstract : In response to the growing demand for performance by a wide variety of applications (eg, financial modeling, sub-atomic simulation, bioinformatics, etc.), computer systems become more complex and increase in size (number of computing components, memory and storage capacity). The increased complexity of these systems results in a change in their architecture towards a heterogeneous computing technologies and programming models. The harmonious management of this heterogeneity, resource optimization and minimization of consumption are major technical challenges in the design of future computer systems.This thesis addresses a field of this complexity by focusing on shared memory subsystems where all processors share a common address space. Work will focus on the implementation of a cache coherence and memory consistency on an extensible architecture and methodology for validation of this implementation.In our approach, we selected processors 64-bit ARM and generic co-processor (GPU, DSP, etc.) as components of computing, shared memory protocols AMBA / ACE and AMBA / ACE-Lite and associated architecture "CoreLink CCN" as a starting solution. Generalization and parameterization of this architecture and its validation in the simulation environment GEM5 are the backbone of this thesis.The results at the end of the thesis, tend to demonstrate the achievement of objectives
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Ania Kaci. Conception d'une architecture extensible pour le calcul massivement parallèle. Informatique et langage [cs.CL]. Université Paris-Est, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016PESC1044⟩. ⟨tel-02944823⟩



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