Courteous cache sharing: Being nice to others in capacity management

@article{Sharifi2012CourteousCS,
  title={Courteous cache sharing: Being nice to others in capacity management},
  author={Akbar Sharifi and Shekhar Srikantaiah and Mahmut T. Kandemir and Mary Jane Irwin},
  journal={DAC Design Automation Conference 2012},
  year={2012},
  pages={678-687}
}
This paper proposes a cache management scheme for multiprogrammed, multithreaded applications, with the objective of obtaining maximum performance for both individual applications and the multithreaded workload mix. In this scheme, each individual application's performance is improved by increasing the priority of its slowest thread, while the overall system performance is improved by ensuring that each individual application's performance benefit does not come at the cost of a significant… CONTINUE READING
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