The Australasian Computer Architecture Conferences were established in recognition of the fundamental reliance of all computer systems on the integrity, capability and performance of the underlying computer architecture. ACAC'97, held in February 1997 in Sydney, Australia, was the second in this series and attracted authors from Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Sweden, New Zealand, Spain, China, the United States of America, and Australia. This volume contains a selection of 21 research papers - the best and most interesting of those presented at the conference - highlighting technologies to increase processor performance, asynchronous processor designs, interconnection networks and routing, and parallel and distributed multiprocessor systems.
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Table of ContentsContents: Some research papers: Eklavya: Fully self-timed processor design (M. Shrivastava & J. Morris); Methods to reduce cache pollution in data cache prefetching (Jin-Ho Lee & Myong-Soon Park); A study of static and dynamically re-configyrable partitioned TLBs (D. Channon et al.); Cnet: A high-speed interconnection network for network parallel computing (Yi Du et al.); LAGER - A large-grain parallel graph reduction machine (P. Maheshwari); Electromagnetic considerations for computer system design (C. Kopp & R. Pose); and other papers.