Wide-address Spaces - Exploring the Design Space

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Valk van der, M. (1992) Wide-address Spaces - Exploring the Design Space. Memoranda informatica - University of Twente, Department of Computer Science (77). ISSN 09243755

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Abstract:In a recent issue of Operating System Review, Hayter and McAuley [1991] argue that future high-performance systems trade a traditional, bus-based organization for one where all components are linked together by network switches (the Desk-Area Network). In this issue of Operating System Review, Leslie, McAuley and Mullender conclude that DAN-based architectures allow the exploitation of shared memory on a wider scale than just a single (multi)processor. In this paper, we will explore how emerging 64-bit processors can be used to implement shared address spaces spanning multiple machines.
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