M. H. Haghbayan

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Dark Silicon denotes the phenomenon that, due to thermal and power constraints, the fraction of transistors that can operate at full frequency is decreasing with each technology generation. We propose a PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) controller based dynamic power management method that considers an upper bound on power consumption (called the(More)
Limitation on power budget in many-core systems leaves a fraction of on-chip resources inactive, referred to as dark silicon. In such systems, an efficient run-time application mapping approach can considerably enhance resource utilization and mitigate the dark silicon phenomenon. In this paper, we propose a dark silicon aware runtime application mapping(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel lifetime reliability-aware resource management approach for many-core architectures. The approach is based on hierarchical architecture, composed of a long-term runtime reliability analysis unit and a short-term runtime mapping unit. The former periodically analyses the aging status of the various processing units with(More)
Arithmetic circuits require a verification process to prove that the gate level circuit is functionally equivalent to a high level specification or not. Furthermore, if two models are not equivalent, we need to automatically localize bugs and correct them with minimum user intervention. This paper presents a formal technique to verify and debug arithmetic(More)
Increasing dynamic workloads running on NoC-based many-core systems necessitates efficient runtime mapping strategies. With an unpredictable nature of application profiles, selecting a rational region to map an incoming application is an NP-hard problem in view of minimizing congestion and maximizing performance. In this paper, we propose a proactive region(More)