Adaptive Software Speculation for Enhancing the Cost-Efficiency of Behavior-Oriented Parallelization


Recently, software speculation has shown promising results in parallelizing complex sequential programs by exploiting dynamic high-level parallelism. The speculation however is cost-inefficient. Failed speculations may cause unnecessary shared resource contention, power consumption, and interference to co-running applications. In this work, we propose… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICPP.2008.50
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