Motonobu Fujita

Learn More
1 Motivation The performance gap between processor and main memory speed, called memory wall, is serious problem especially in High Performance Computing (HPC). This memory wall problem is addressed by two factors , large memory access latency and lack of memory throughput. There have been proposed many techniques for tolerating memory access latency,(More)
In recent computer systems, a large portion of energy is consumed by on-chip cache accesses and data movement between cache and off-chip main memory. Reducing these memory system energy is indispensable for future microprocessors because power and thermal issues certainly become a key factor of limiting processor performance. In this paper, we discuss and(More)
In order to overcome performance degradation caused by performance disparity between processor and main memory, there have been proposed several new VLSI architectures which have software controlled on-chip memory in addition to the conventional cache. However, users must specify data allocation/replacement on software controlled on-chip memory and data(More)
Recently, power-performance (performance per uniform power consumption) has become a more important factor in modern high-performance microprocessors. In processor design, it is a well-known that off-chip memory access has a large impact on both performance and power consumption. On-chip memory is one solution for this problem, so that many processors such(More)
A majority of the state-of-the-art combinational verification techniques are based on the extraction and use of internal equivalences between two circuits. Verification can become difficult if the two circuits have none or very few internal correspondences. In this paper we investigate automatic circuit partitioning as a methodology to make otherwise(More)
  • 1