Multi-University/Research Lectures

There are lots of lectures going on at Microsoft…many recorded talks online publicly at the Multi-University/Research Lectures project.  via [Curiosity is bliss]

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p dir=”ltr”> Tell your boss you’re watching “<a class=”LECTURETITLE” title=”Increasing processor clock speeds along with microarchitectural innovation have led to a tremendous gap between processor and memory performance. Architects have primarily relied on deeper cache hierarchies, where each level trades off faster lookup speed for larger capacity, to reduce this performance gap. Conventional cache hierarchies employ a demand-fetch memory . . .” href=”http://murl.microsoft.com/LectureDetails.asp%3f896″” target=”_self” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>PUMA2: Bridging the Processor/Memory Performance Gap through Memory Access Prediction & Speculation ” but really watch “The (In)Complete Demystification of Chocolate.”