Kartik Sudeep

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Mambo is a full-system simulator for modeling PowerPC-based systems. It provides building blocks for creating simulators that range from purely functional to timing-accurate. Functional versions support fast emulation of individual PowerPC instructions and the devices necessary for executing operating systems. Timing-accurate versions add the ability to(More)
simulation in exploratory system design and development J. L. Peterson P. J. Bohrer L. Chen E. N. Elnozahy A. Gheith R. H. Jewell M. D. Kistler T. R. Maeurer S. A. Malone D. B. Murrell N. Needel K. Rajamani M. A. Rinaldi R. O. Simpson K. Sudeep L. Zhang This paper describes the design and application of a full-system simulation environment that has been(More)
As performance advances achievable through chip fabrication technology are reaching their limits, other areas of system design need to be explored. Several different possibilities exist. Our research in the context of the DARPA HPCS project PERCS [11] aims at an infrastructure to characterize and understand the interactions between hardware and software and(More)
The aim of this investigation is to study the effect of donor concentration and microneedle (MN) length on permeation of insulin and further evaluating the data using scaling analyses and numerical simulations. Histological evaluation of skin sections was carried to evaluate the skin disruption and depth of penetration by MNs. Scaling analyses were done(More)
As the speeds of microprocessors continue to follow Moore's law, memory speeds keep lagging farther behind so as to make the "memory wall" more and more distinct. In order for a processor architect to be able to evaluate the right micro-architectural features for the design, a study of the memory behavior of the applications becomes essential. In this paper(More)
Developing dynamic power management strategies for high performance systems requires a good understanding of the power-performance trade-offs underlining the workload-strategy-system interactions. The feasibility of detailed simulations to help here is severely limited by the range of problem sizes that can be simulated and simulation speed. For our work we(More)
Aim. To explore the effects of curcumin on phosphate carrier (PiC) and its role in protection against doxorubicin induced myocyte toxicity. Methods. Using H9c2 cell line, the cardiotoxic effect of doxorubicin and its mitigation by curcumin were studied. H9c2 cells were cultured with doxorubicin and/or curcumin at various concentrations. Analysis for(More)
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