CS352H Fall 2009 Reading List
Last modified: 09/16/09
by Don Fussell, email@example.com
Papers for discussion will be handed out throughout the semester. You
will be responsible for reading the papers, turning in a written
report (at most 1 page), and participating in the in-class
discussion. Your should not only a summarize each paper but also
include your own thoughts about the value of the ideas and concepts in
the paper. The tentative list is below and will be
updated as the semester progresses. A good source for classic papers
in computer architecture is
Readings in Computer Architecture
edited by Hill, Jouppi, and Sohi.
- G.E. Moore, "
Cramming more components onto integrated circuits", Electronics,
pp. 114-117, April, 1965.
- D. Patterson, D. Ditzel, "
The Case for the Reduced Instruction Set
Computer", ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News, Volume 8 Issue 6,
- R.P. Colwell, C.Y. Hitchcock, E. D. Jensen, H.M.B. Sprunt, and
C.P. Kollar, "Computers, complexity, and controversy", IEEE
Computer, vol. 18:9, September, 1985.
- R. Kessler, "The Alpha 21264 Microprocessor," IEEE Micro,
vol. 19:2, March/April 1999.
- D. Burger, S.W. Keckler, et al. "Scaling to the End of Silicon
with EDGE Architectures," IEEE Computer, 37:7, pp. 44-55, July,
- K.E. Moore, J. Bobba, M.J. Moravan, M.D. Hill, and D.A. Wood,
"LogTM: Log-based Transactional Memory," Annual International
Symposium on High Performance Computer Architecture, February,