Huanzhou Zhu

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—It is common nowadays that multiple cores reside on the same chip and share the on-chip cache. Resource sharing may cause performance degradation of the co-running jobs. Job co-scheduling is a technique that can effectively alleviate the contention. Many co-schedulers have been developed in the literature, but most of them do not aim to find the optimal(More)
In a multicore processor system, running multiple applications on different cores in the same chip could cause resource contention, which leads to performance degradation. Recent studies have shown that job co-scheduling can effectively reduce the contention. However, most existing co-schedulers do not aim to find the optimal co-scheduling solution. It is(More)
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