I like the idea.. a processor inside a memory
Will In-Memory Processing Work?
Changes that sidestep von Neumann architecture could be key to low-power ML hardware.
@nm so basically a cluster of CPUs with enormous L1, L2 and L3 cache?
Why l1, l2 even?
@nm a very good question, as I'm not a CPU architect.
This idea has been around for at least 10 years if not 20. It couldn't justify the added complexity back then and as far as I am aware of, it still cannot. Keep in mind, this is not a minor change in the computer architecture, but a major change in the paradigm. Hence requires different programming models. And the speed gains are not as large as promised for most workloads.
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