ArchExplorer for Automatic Design Space Exploration

@article{Desmet2010ArchExplorerFA,
  title={ArchExplorer for Automatic Design Space Exploration},
  author={Veerle Desmet and Sylvain Girbal and Alex Ram{\'i}rez and Olivier Temam and Augusto Vega},
  journal={IEEE Micro},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={5-15}
}
Growing architectural complexity and stringent time-to-market constraints suggest the need to move architecture design beyond parametric exploration to structural exploration. ArchExplorer is a Web-based permanent and open design-space exploration framework that lets researchers compare their designs against others. The authors demonstrate their approach by exploring the design space of an on-chip memory subsystem and a multicore processor. 

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