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Routing refers to the various sources of data available to the PE. =s of the PE. The broadcast register provides a means for the simultaneous access to the same piece of data for all processing elements. Because of this it is not necessary to store common values used by all PE’S in each PE memory. Instead such values are stored in program memory. As shownin Fig. 11. Data flow paths in the parallel network. 12. The L-buffer can serve as a parallel broadcast register. 4 Processing Element The processing element is the basic building block of the parallel network computer.

It also simplifies the programming problem primarily through the richer instruction repertoire. Very little, if any, flexibility is given 27 JOHN C. MURTHA A -BOXES o Y 0 c+ 0 u - n 0 Y 0 w n n c . 0 c 0 u - - n Y - - - 0 - 0 0 0 n 0 Y 0 Y 0 Y 0 c . - 0 H . up and thus this approach (as a practical machine) is definitely superior to a pure Holland machine. Many variations in hardware can be seen for this machine, such as having more than a single word of storage in a storage module. It appears that it will become possible in perhaps three years to build this machine with enough modules (104) to be perhaps practical.

The result that conventional organization is superior for this type of processing is clear. 2 A Modified Holland Machine Comfort [I13 has proposed a modification of the Holland machine which has a better hardware utilization factor and which is easier t o program. His approach is to use two types of modules, called A modules or A boxes, and storage modules. The A modules provide arithmetic and logic capability, while the storage modules provide instruction and data storage. The A modules are placed along one side of an array of storage modules as shown in Fig.

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