Cache Interference Phenomena

  title={Cache Interference Phenomena},
  author={Olivier Temam and Christine Fricker and William Jalby},
The impact of cache interferences on program performance (particularly numerical codes, which heavily use the memory hierarchy) remains unknown. The general knowledge is that cache interferences are highly irregular, in terms of occurrence and intensity. In this paper, the different types of cache interferences that can occur in numerical loop nests are identified. An analytical method is developed for detecting the occurrence of interferences and, more important, for computing the number of… CONTINUE READING
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