Daniel Shelepov

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Future heterogeneous single-ISA multicore processors will have an edge in potential performance per watt over comparable homogeneous processors. To fully tap into that potential, the OS scheduler needs to be heterogeneity-aware, so it can match jobs to cores according to characteristics of both. We propose a Heterogeneity-Aware Signature-Supported(More)
Heterogeneous multicore architectures promise greater energy/area efficiency than their homogeneous counterparts. This efficiency can only be realized, however, if the operating system assigns applications to appropriate cores based on their architectural properties. While several such heterogeneityaware algorithms were proposed in the past, they were not(More)
Recent research has highlighted the potential benefits of single-ISA heterogeneous multicore processors over cost-equivalent homogeneous ones, and it is likely that future processors will integrate cores that have the same instruction set architecture (ISA) but offer different performance and power characteristics. To fully tap into the potential of these(More)
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