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A Review of Processor Architectures


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1 Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engg, SET, Jain University, Jakkasandra, Bangalore., India
2 Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SET, Jain University, Bangalore., India
3 7 Star Technologies, Bangalore., India
     

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In this paper, a brief review of the processor architectures has been presented. The paper starts from the Non-Von Neumann model and discusses on the possible next generation computer architectures.
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Authors

V. Amritha Mulay
Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engg, SET, Jain University, Jakkasandra, Bangalore., India
Anoop S. Shandilya
Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SET, Jain University, Bangalore., India
Mujeeb Ulla Jeelani
7 Star Technologies, Bangalore., India
N. Venkatesh Kumar
Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engg, SET, Jain University, Jakkasandra, Bangalore., India

Abstract


In this paper, a brief review of the processor architectures has been presented. The paper starts from the Non-Von Neumann model and discusses on the possible next generation computer architectures.

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