Tsung-Yuan Charlie Tai

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The increase in on-chip core counts in Chip MultiProcessors (CMPs) has led to the adoption of interconnects such as Mesh and Torus, which consume an increasing fraction of the chip power. Moreover, as technology and voltage continue to scale down, static power consumes a larger fraction of the total power; reducing it is increasingly important for energy(More)
Reducing energy consumption is one of the most important design aspects for small form-factor mobile platforms, such as smartphones and tablets. Despite its potential for power savings, optimally leveraging system low-power sleep states during active mobile workloads, such as video streaming and web browsing, has not been fully explored. One major challenge(More)
With the fast development of highly-integrated distributed systems (cluster systems), designers face interesting memory hierarchy design choices while attempting to avoid the notorious disk swapping. Swapping to the free remote memory through Memory Collaboration has demonstrated its cost-effectiveness compared to over provisioning the cluster for peak load(More)
With the widespread development of cloud computing and high speed communications, end users store or retrieve video, music, photo and other contents over the cloud or the local network for video-on-demand, wireless display and other usages. The traditional I/O model in a mobile platform consumes time and resources due to excessive memory access and copying(More)
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