Mike Litzkow

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direct execution and parallel simulation. In direct execution, a program from the target system runs on an existing host system. 1 For example, a target's floating-point multiply executes as a floating-point multiply instruction on the host. The host calculates the target's execution time and simulates only those operations unavailable on the host. Direct(More)
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Analysis of future parallel computers requires rapid simulation of target designs running realistic workloads. These simulations have been accelerated by two techniques: direct execution and the use of a parallel host. Historically, these techniques have been considered to lack portability. We identify four key operations necessary to make these simulations(More)
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