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Michael J. Flynn
Michael Flynn received his Ph.D. from Purdue University in 1961. He joined IBM in 1955 and for 10 years worked in the areas of computer organization and design. He was design manager of prototype versions of the IBM 7090 and 7094/II, and later for the System 360 Model 91 Central Processing Unit.
Internal Processor Architecture and Operation
Describes processor instruction sets and modes, internal architectural components, the instruction execution process, and performance enhancing architecture features. This page is from "The PC Guide."
Introduction to Parallel Computing
This presentation covers the basics of parallel computing. Beginning with a brief overview and some concepts and terminology associated with parallel computing, the topics of parallel memory architectures and programming models are then explored.
Tommesani Programming Methods
A widely used classification of parallel systems, due to Michael J. Flynn, is based on the number of simultaneous instruction and data streams seen by the processor during program execution.