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Consolidating the innovative concepts towards Exascale computing for Co-Design of Co-Applications ll: Co-Design Automation - Workload Characterization

  title={Consolidating the innovative concepts towards Exascale computing for Co-Design of Co-Applications ll: Co-Design Automation - Workload Characterization},
  author={Dhanasekar and Anirudh Seshadri and Sudharshan Srinivasan and Suryanarayanan and Akash Sridhar},
Many-core co-design is a complex task in which application complexity design space, heterogeneous many-core architecture design space, parallel programming language design space, simulator design space and optimizer design space should get integrated through a binding process and these design spaces, an ensemble of what is called many-core co-design spaces. It is indispensable to build a co-design automation process to dominate over the co-design complexity to cut down the turnaround time. The… 


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