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Continuum computer architecture for exaflops computation

Sterling, Thomas (2001) Continuum computer architecture for exaflops computation. Communications of the ACM, 44 (3). pp. 78-80. ISSN 0001-0782. doi:10.1145/365181.365208.

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The ultimate computers in our long-term future will deliver exaflops-scale performance (or greater) and will look very different from today’s micro-processors and massively parallel computers. Ironically, however, their alien structures and operational behavior can be inferred from the same technology trends driving development of today’s conventional computing systems.

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Official Citation:Thomas Sterling. 2001. Continuum computer architecture for exaflops computation. Commun. ACM 44, 3 (March 2001), 78-80. DOI=
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