Advances in Computers, Vol. 7 by Franz, Rubinoff, Morris (Editors) Alt

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A typical operating state, with three parallel paths, is shown in Fig. 20. Operand I1 modules execute the instruction operating on data in their own registers and the data in operand I modules, with the result stored in operand I1 modules. The instruction set proposed is limited to load, add, complement, and store. The module interconnection capability allows a one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many connections. Thus the store operation can directly effect the geometical operations of copy, extend, reproduce, and displace.

4. Limited Application Parallel Processors One of the most important factors which have held up the application of highly parallel machines is lack of understanding and experience in their use. Because of this, many highly parallel machines have been designed in response to the requirements of specific problems. These problems include most of those which press the capabilities of existing conventional machines such as pattern recognition, information retrieval, and solution of partial differential equations.

The mode state register is addressable so that mode data can be transferred to and from PE memory. By this means an arbitrary number of different mode states can be effectively programmed. 6 The /nput/Output System The inputloutput system is designed to provide throughput consistent with the computing power of the parallel network. The path of data, shown in Fig. 14, is from bulk exterior storage to the program memory, to the L-buffer (LB), to the network. 14. Input/output data flow. Program Memory (PM) is 96 bits.

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