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ScienceNet Article: Turing Award Winners Build RISC-V International Open Source Lab

By June 17, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

On June 12th, the Pardee Honorary Professor of the University of California Berkeley School of Arts and Science and winner of the 2017 Turing Award David Patterson announced the RISC-V International Open Source Laboratory. The laboratory is also known as the David Patterson RIOS Turing Award Lab (hereinafter referred to as RIOS Lab).
As the world’s top scientist in the field of computer architecture, David Patterson first proposed the “Reduced Instruction Set” (RISC) system. The 5th Generation Reduced Instruction Set (RISC-V) is the latest generation of the Berkeley RISC processor instruction set, and the Berkeley University of California team, led by Professor Patterson, was first released in 2011. The development of hardware and software technology based on RISC-V has attracted attention from around the world.
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