Cache-only memory access model (coma), Computer Engineering

Cache-Only Memory Access Model (COMA)

As we have discussed previous, shared memory multiprocessor systems may use cache memories with each processor for deducting the execution time of an instruction. Therefore in NUMA model, if we apply cache memories in place of local memories, then it turn into COMA model. The collection of cache memories defined a global memory space. The remote cache access is too non-uniform in this model.

 

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