Jinkyu Jeong

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Multicore processors deliver a higher throughput at lower power consumption than unicore processors. In the near future, they will thus be widely used in mobile real-time systems. There have been many research on energy-efficient scheduling of real-time tasks using DVS. These approaches must be modified for multicore processors, however, since normally all(More)
The use of virtualization is progressively accommodating diverse and unpredictable workloads as being adopted in virtual desktop and cloud computing environments. Since a virtual machine monitor lacks knowledge of each virtual machine, the unpredictableness of workloads makes resource allocation difficult. Particularly, virtual machine scheduling has a(More)
This paper introduces a tagless cache architecture for large in-package DRAM caches. The conventional die-stacked DRAM cache has both a TLB and a cache tag array, which are responsible for virtual-to-physical and physical-to-cache address translation, respectively. We propose to align the granularity of caching with OS page size and take a unified approach(More)
As processor architectures have been enhancing their computing capacity by increasing core counts, independent workloads can be consolidated on a single node for the sake of high resource efficiency in data centers. With the prevalence of virtualization technology, each individual workload can be hosted on a virtual machine for strong isolation between(More)
Consolidation of workloads has emerged as a key mechanism to dampen the rapidly growing energy expenditure within enterprise-scale data centers. To gainfully utilize consolidation-based techniques, we must be able to characterize the power consumption of groups of colocated applications. Such characterization is crucial for effective prediction and(More)
To reduce the construction cost of the power-supplying infrastructure in data centers and to increase the utilization of the existing one, many researchers have introduced software-based or hardware-based power-capping schemes. In servers with consolidated virtual machines, which can be easily found in cloud systems, exporting virtual machines to other(More)
Efficient cache tag management is a primary design objective for large, in-package DRAM caches. Recently, Tagless DRAM Caches (TDCs) have been proposed to completely eliminate tagging structures from both on-die SRAM and in-package DRAM, which are a major scalability bottleneck for future multi-gigabyte DRAM caches. However, TDC imposes a constraint on DRAM(More)
Consolidated environments are progressively accommodating diverse and unpredictable workloads in conjunctionwith virtual desktop infrastructure and cloud computing. Unpredictableworkloads, however, aggravate the semantic gap between the virtual machine monitor and guest operating systems, leading to inefficient resource management. In particular, CPU(More)
Recently, biological applications start to be reimplemented into the applications which exploit many cores of GPUs for better computation performance. Therefore, by providing virtualized GPUs to VMs in cloud computing environment, many biological applications will willingly move into cloud environment to enhance their computation performance and utilize(More)
Memory reservation in embedded systems is a prevalent approach to provide a physically contiguous memory region to its integrated devices, such as a camera device and a video decoder. Inefficiency of the memory reservation becomes a more significant problem in emerging embedded systems, such as smartphones and smart TVs. Many ways of using these systems(More)