Efficient power analysis using synthetic testcases

@article{Bell2005EfficientPA,
  title={Efficient power analysis using synthetic testcases},
  author={R. H. Bell and L. John},
  journal={IEEE International. 2005 Proceedings of the IEEE Workload Characterization Symposium, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={110-118}
}
  • R.H. Bell, L. John
  • Published 2005 in
    IEEE International. 2005 Proceedings of the IEEE…
Power dissipation has become an important consideration for processor designs. Assessing power using simulators is problematic given the long runtimes of real applications. Researchers have responded with techniques to reduce the total number of simulated instructions while still maintaining representative simulation behavior. Synthetic testcases have been shown to reduce the number of necessary instructions significantly while still achieving accurate performance results for many workload… CONTINUE READING
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