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A new design of a memory device which allows simultaneous access to more than one location is proposed. The unique feature of this multiple accessibility of the memory is realized by applying a binomial concentrator, a type of sparse crossbar interconnection network, to content-addressable memory. The organization of the memory system and the concentration network structure as well as the network characteristics are described along with a distributive control algorithm. Applications of the memory system to parallel processing environments are also included.
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Shinji Nakamura, "Parallel Accessible Memory." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report PCS-TR86-105, 1986.
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