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Mark B Rosenbluth, Gilbert Wolrich, Debra Bernstein: Software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Intel Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, March 15, 2005: US06868476 (73 worldwide citation)

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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Mark B Rosenbluth, Gilbert Wolrich, Debra Bernstein: Software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Intel Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, July 17, 2007: US07246197 (15 worldwide citation)

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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Rosenbluth Mark B, Wolrich Gilbert, Bernstein Debra: A software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Intel Corporation, March 1, 2005: TWI228653 (2 worldwide citation)

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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Rosenbluth Mark, Wolrich Gilbert, Bernstein Debra: A software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Intel, October 19, 2005: EP1586037-A2

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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Mark B Rosenbluth, Gilbert Wolrich, Debra Bernstein: Software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Fish & Richardson PC, March 6, 2003: US20030046488-A1

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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Mark B Rosenbluth, Gilbert Wolrich, Debra Bernstein: Software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Fish & Richardson PC, June 16, 2005: US20050132132-A1

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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Rosenbluth Mark, Wolrich Gilbert, Bernstein Debra: A software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Intel Corporation, HARRIS Scott C, March 6, 2003: WO/2003/019381

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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Bernstein Debra, Rosenbluth Mark, Wolrich Gilbert: Software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Intel, lijia lin, March 5, 2008: CN02816774

A mechanism in a multithreaded processor to allocate resources based on configuration information indicating how many threads are in use.


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Rosenbluth Mark, Wolrich Gilbert, Bernstein Debra: A software controlled content addressable memory in a general purpose execution datapath. Intel Corporation, January 31, 2004: KR1020037017294

A lookup mechanism provides an input value to a datapath element disposed in an execution datapath of a processor and causes the datapath element to compare the input value to stored identifier values. The lookup mechanism receives from the datapath element a result based on the comparison.


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