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Old 5th July 2007, 18:50   #1
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So we need to look around and see what to do...The tradeoff is that it looks like the manufacturers are going to want to increase the number of processors on one silicon chip rather than increasing their complexity of a single processor. The problem with that is that we don't know how to program it. We just aren't very good at concurrence. One of the things that I say to my academic friends is that--to some extent--this is your fault because we hire a lot of computer science graduates with bachelor's degrees. They have not learned anything about parallel programming.

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