A question came up about what types of parallelism I'm looking for in the second paper. The setup for the paper is about instruction-level parallelism as something that a compiler can exploit to enhance performance, and that it is quite possible that computer scientists have exposed as much ILP over the past decades as they are going to. So we need to understand ILP in order to understand other levels of parallelism, and those are the classes of parallelism required for this assignment. If you look at 'parallelism' in the index of your text, along with 'instruction-level' you will find 'data-level', 'process-level', and 'task-level' also listed. These are not all of the possibilities, another appropriate topic listed in the text index is 'thread parallelism' for example, but if you want to ensure that you are choosing topics appropriate to this course, a class named xxxxxxx-level parallelism is a safe bet. (For what it's worth, if you look you can find many references on 'thread-level parallelism' so it fits this xxxxxxx-level parallelism naming convention.)
Also, from another great question, you are welcome to use the ones listed in your text, but if you choose to do so, be sure that you have citations apart from your text. I want you to read papers. Your sources must therefore come from outside the regular course material.
For your second paper, """"""you are to identify and describe two additional types of parallelism used to increase performance.""" ""'You must convey both what constitutes each type of parallelism, and how each works to enhance performance. Since many people seemed to want more concrete guidelines, I will provide some:
By 'additional' I mean types of parallelism other than ILP. There are several. Extensive discussion of ILP is unnecessary, don't waste the space in your paper on that. Still, some discussion of ILP may be useful in comparing and contrasting with the other types of parallelism.
I do not want surface-level descriptions of ten different types of parallelism. Choose two and limit your discussion to those two, providing depth rather than breadth. Again, ILP may be used as a basis for comparison, but you must choose two other types for discussion.
Try to limit your paper to four pages. There is no penalty if you need to write more. There will be a penalty if your discussion is so brief that it lacks substance.
""""There are total of 6 papers and depth of information and last paper have a four reference minimum, and the references MUST be cited in the body of your paper.""""
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