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The High-Performance Computing ecosystem consists of a large variety of execution platforms that demonstrate a wide diversity in hardware characteristics such as CPU architecture, memory organization, interconnection network, accelerators, etc. This environment also presents a number of hard boundaries (walls) for applications which limit software(More)
As CPU data requests to the level-one (L1) data cache (DC) can represent as much as 25% of an embedded processor's total power dissipation, techniques that decrease L1 DC accesses can significantly enhance processor energy efficiency. Filter caches are known to efficiently decrease the number of accesses to instruction caches. However, due to the irregular(More)
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