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A Study On Statistical Simulation for Asymmetric Multi-Core Processor Architectures
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 Title & Authors
A Study On Statistical Simulation for Asymmetric Multi-Core Processor Architectures
Lee, Jongbok;
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 Abstract
If trace-driven or execution-driven simulation is used for the performance analysis of asymmetric multi-core processors, excessive time and much disk space are necessary. In this paper, statistical simulations are performed for asymmetric multi-core processors with various hardware configurations. For the experiment, SPEC 2000 benchmark programs are used for profiling and synthesis, which is supplied as input for the simulation of asymmetric multi-core processors. As a result, the performance of asymmetric multi-core processor obtained by statistical simulation is comparable to that of the trace-driven simulation with a tremendous reduction in the simulation time.
 Keywords
asymmetric multi-core processor;statistical simulation;
 Language
Korean
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