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From Research To Reality

From Research To Reality

Processor architecture has incorporated many research ideas from the academic community, from SMT to cache allocation policies. In this article, the question we are trying to answer is what makes an idea take hold. What is it about a paper that makes it interesting to...

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MICRO 2019 Trip Report

MICRO 2019 Trip Report

Hundreds of computer architects convened in the beautiful city of Columbus, Ohio to celebrate the 52nd Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO). Led by general chairs Radu Teodorescu and DK Panda from The Ohio State University, Columbus...

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Scaling the Field: Collaboration is of the Essence

Scaling the Field: Collaboration is of the Essence

Graduate student growth continues to outpace faculty growth in computer science. Because producing successful graduate students requires publishing with them, each faculty member should be publishing more, but they are not.  If research quality has dropped over time, as some perceive, the reason in not an increase in per-author output.

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