Automatic and Efficient Evaluation of Memory Hierarchies for Embedded Systems

@inproceedings{Abraham1999AutomaticAE,
  title={Automatic and Efficient Evaluation of Memory Hierarchies for Embedded Systems},
  author={Santosh G. Abraham and Scott A. Mahlke},
  booktitle={MICRO},
  year={1999}
}
Automation is the key to the design of future embedded systems as it permits application-specific customization while keeping design costs low. A key problem faced by automatic design systems is evaluating the performance of the vast number of alternative designs in a timely manner. For this paper, we focus on an embedded system consisting of the following components: a VLIW processor, instruction cache, data cache, and second-level unified cache. A hierarchical approach of partitioning the… CONTINUE READING
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