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Buzzwords

Buzzwords are terms that are mentioned during lecture which are particularly important to understand thoroughly. This page tracks the buzzwords for each of the lectures and can be used as a reference for finding gaps in your understanding of course material.

Lecture 1 (24.02 Thu.)

  • Computer Architecture
  • The transformation hierarchy
    • Levels of transformation
  • Design goals
  • Google tensor processing unit (TPU)
  • Tesla self-driving computer
  • Redundant cores for better safety
  • Energy efficiency and performance
  • Intel Optane persistent memory (3D-XPoint)
  • Cerebra's wafer scale engine
  • Graphics processing unit (GPU)
  • UPMEM processing-in-DRAM
  • Samsung Function-in-Memory DRAM
  • Processing-in-memory
  • AI/ML chips
  • Reliability and security
  • RowHammer
  • DRAM row
  • Meltdown and Spectre
  • Genome sequencing
    • Covid-19 nanopore sequencing
  • Computing paradigms
  • Accelerators (algorithm-hardware codesign)
  • Memory and storage systems
  • Bahnhof Stadelhofen
  • Santiago Calatrava
  • Architecture
  • Tradeoffs
  • Evaluation criteria
  • Principled design
  • Design constrains

Lecture 6 (31.03 Thu.)

buzzwords.txt · Last modified: 2022/03/30 19:53 by geraldod