The Liberty Computer Architecture Research Group exploits unique
opportunities exposed by considering the interaction of compilers and
architectures to increase performance, to improve reliability, to
reduce cost, to lower power, and to shorten the time to market of
microprocessor systems. This objective is accomplished by providing
critical computer architecture and compiler research, expertise, and
prototypes to the community.
Projects Released into the Wild
The Structural Modeling Project - Prevalent computer
architecture modeling methodologies are prone to error, make design-space
exploration slow, and create barriers to collaboration. The Structural Modeling
Project addressed these issues by providing viable structural modeling
methodologies to the community. The Liberty Simulation Environment showcases
this approach and serves as inspiration for the new international standardization
effort called Unisim.