ArMOR: Defending against memory consistency model mismatches in heterogeneous architectures

@article{Lustig2015ArMORDA,
  title={ArMOR: Defending against memory consistency model mismatches in heterogeneous architectures},
  author={Daniel Lustig and Caroline Trippel and Michael Pellauer and Margaret Martonosi},
  journal={2015 ACM/IEEE 42nd Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA)},
  year={2015},
  pages={388-400}
}
Architectural heterogeneity is increasing: numerous products and studies have proven the benefits of combining cores and accelerators with varying ISAs into a single system. However, an underappreciated barrier to unlocking the full potential of heterogeneity is the need to specify and to reconcile differences in memory consistency models across layers of the hardware-software stack and among on-chip components. This paper presents ArMOR, a framework for specifying, comparing, and translating… CONTINUE READING

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