The configuration we devised acts against memory competition and noise malfunctions in a multimicroprocessor having common data memory.The multimicroprocessor shares data the same as a single microprocessor, and multiple microprocessors execute programs simultaneously. This interprets one of the significant developments in microprocessor technologies.
The multimicroprocessor is often viewed as a single chip whose noise problems arise because more than one microprocessor shares a chip. Considering noise as analog data, we focused on reducing noise and setting up a system that recognizes a malfunction so as to invalidate the execution of an instruction not to be executed at this particular moment but execute it at a later time. To minimize noise-induced malfunctions, we studied conditions in which instruction code was adversely affected by noise, i.e., the effect of noise was evaluated by sampling instruction code two times at an interval.
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