Part of Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 6 (NIPS 1993)
Michael Glover, W. Miller
This paper describes the MM32k, a massively-parallel SIMD com(cid:173) puter which is easy to program, high in performance, low in cost and effective for implementing highly parallel neural network ar(cid:173) chitectures. The MM32k has 32768 bit serial processing elements, each of which has 512 bits of memory, and all of which are inter(cid:173) connected by a switching network. The entire system resides on a single PC-AT compatible card. It is programmed from the host computer using a C++ language class library which abstracts the parallel processor in terms of fast arithmetic operators for vectors of variable precision integers.