January/February 2018 issue of acmqueue

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Computer Architecture

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Originally published in Queue vol. 14, no. 6
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David Chisnall - There's No Such Thing as a General-purpose Processor
And the belief in such a device is harmful

Hans-J Boehm, Sarita V. Adve - You Don't Know Jack about Shared Variables or Memory Models
Data races are evil.

Satnam Singh - Computing without Processors
Heterogeneous systems allow us to target our programming to the appropriate environment.

Dorian Birsan - On Plug-ins and Extensible Architectures
Extensible application architectures such as Eclipse offer many advantages, but one must be careful to avoid "plug-in hell."


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