A Hybrid Markov Model for Accurate Memory Reference Generation

@inproceedings{Hassan2007AHM,
  title={A Hybrid Markov Model for Accurate Memory Reference Generation},
  author={Rahman Hassan and Antony Harris},
  booktitle={IMECS},
  year={2007}
}
characterisation and generation is becoming an increasingly important area as hardware and application complexities continue to advance. In this paper, we introduce a concise methodology for workload generation for fast and accurate cache design space exploration. The hybrid model we propose uses an adaptation of the Least Recently Used Stack Model to capture key spatio-temporal locality features and a Markov model is implemented to generate an arbitrary length trace with the given workload… CONTINUE READING
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