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The PISA architecture, a Viable platform for the Superscalar Execution of Statically Scheduled Stack Code

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ConferenceFirst ERCIM Workshop on Software-Intensive Dependable Embedded Systems
CountryPortugal
CityPorto
Conference date(s)30/08/053/09/05

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DatePublished - 31 Aug 2005
Number of pages4
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Stack processors offer a level of code density unrivalled
by that of register file-based architectures.
This asset can be attributed directly to the fact
that operands are addressed implicitly in stack programs.
However, this implicit addressing also enforces
a serial execution model in the program and
the full impact of this constraint is only realised
when an attempt is made at building superscalar
implementations of a stack processor. This paper
introduces a new architectural paradigm that tries
to alleviate the impact of this constraint whilst retaining
much of the code compactness of stack processors.

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