Cache Sharing Management for Performance Fairness in Chip Multiprocessors

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Resource sharing can cause unfair and unpredictable performance of concurrently executing applications in Chip-Multiprocessors (CMP). The shared last-level cache is one of the most important shared resources because off-chip request latency may take a significant part of total execution cycles for data intensive applications. Instead of enforcing… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/PACT.2009.40

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@article{Zhou2009CacheSM, title={Cache Sharing Management for Performance Fairness in Chip Multiprocessors}, author={Xing Zhou and Wenguang Chen and Weimin Zheng}, journal={2009 18th International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques}, year={2009}, pages={384-393} }