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The role of the ARM architecture in Heterogenous Computing. / Goodacre, John.

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Goodacre, J 2012, The role of the ARM architecture in Heterogenous Computing. in host publication. Multicore World, Wellington, New Zealand, 27/03/12. <https://vimeo.com/45740137>

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@inproceedings{d9b5f024eb414b6ba1a9ed93390a4cf4,
title = "The role of the ARM architecture in Heterogenous Computing",
abstract = "With the dual-core multicore processors now mainstream, and quad-core mobile devices being announced daily, what next in the world of multicore? This talk will glance at the Cortex-A9 foundation and its ARM MPCore technology before looking into a future where heterogeneous big.LITTLE processing extends further the performance and power advantages of a multicore device. In announcing the first freely available software that enables such architectures, this talk will conclude with a vision for the future, the challenges, and a hint into some of the collaborative research ARM is currently involved",
author = "John Goodacre",
year = "2012",
language = "English",
booktitle = "host publication",
note = "Multicore World ; Conference date: 27-03-2012 Through 28-03-2012",
url = "http://https://vimeo.com/45740137",

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