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dc.contributor.authorHigham, L.eng
dc.contributor.authorKawash, J.eng
dc.description.abstractThe Partial Orders Framework [3] provides a unified way to specify the memory semantics of distributed systems. This report demonstrates the usefulness of this framework for reasoning about the behavior of the shared memory of existing multiprocessors. Three bus-based machine models are examined: total ordering, total store ordering, and partial store ordering. A formal and unambiguous description of their memory consistency models is established using the unifying framework. The influence of caches on the memory is also investigated.eng
dc.subjectComputer Scienceeng
dc.titleMemory Consistency Models of Bus-Based Multiprocessorseng
dc.publisher.corporateUniversity of Calgaryeng
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