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- Abdullah Çerekçi, Amarnath Banerjee:
Effect of upstream re-sequencing in controlling cycle time performance of batch processors. Comput. Ind. Eng. 88: 206-216 (2015)
- Guenter Mayer, Gerhard Döttling, Richard F. Rizzolo, Christopher J. Berry, Sean M. Carey, Christopher M. Carney, Joachim Keinert, Peter Loeffler, Walter Nop, Daniel E. Skooglund, Vern A. Victoria, Alan P. Wagstaff, Patrick M. Williams:
Design methods for attaining IBM System z9 processor cycle-time goals. IBM J. Res. Dev. 51(1/2): 19-36 (2007)
- Nicholas Jun Hao Ip, Stephen A. Edwards:
A Processor Extension for Cycle-Accurate Real-Time Software. EUC 2006: 449-458
- Keith I. Farkas, Paul Chow, Norman P. Jouppi, Zvonko G. Vranesic:
The Multicluster Architecture: Reducing Processor Cycle Time Through Partitioning. International Journal of Parallel Programming 27(5): 327-356 (1999)
- Val Popescu, Bill McNamara:
Innovative Verification Strategy Reduces Design Cycle Time for High-End Sparc Processor. DAC 1996: 311-314
- Hans Daduna:
The Distribution of Residence Times and Cycle Times in a Closed Tandem of Processor Sharing Queues. MMB 1985: 127-140
- Alois Rainer, Walter Ulbrich, L. Gazsi:
Adder-based digital signal processor architecture for 80 NS cycle time. ICASSP 1984: 692-695
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