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    Computer Architecture: A quantitative approach - Cap4 - Section 5 Computer Architecture: A quantitative approach - Cap4 - Section 5 Presentation Transcript

    • Multiprocessors and Thread-Level Parallelism Synchronization: The Basics “ Synchronization mechanisms are typically built with user-level software routines that rely on hardware-supplied synchronization instructions.” Hennessy and Patterson
      • Atomic exchange
      • Test-and-set
      • Fetch-and-increment
      • Load linked and store conditional
      Basic Hardware Primitives
    • Fetch-and-increment using LL/SC
    • Implementing locks using coherence
    • Implementing locks using coherence
    • Implementing locks using coherence
    • Implementing locks using coherence
    • Thank you! Author: Prof. Sergio Takeo, Marcelo Arbore. Bibliography: Patterson, D. A.; Hennessy, J. L. Computer Architecture: A quantitative Approach, 4 th Ed. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. “ Synchronization mechanisms are typically built with user-level software routines that rely on hardware-supplied synchronization instructions.” Hennessy and Patterson