Exploring Energy-Performance Trade-Offs for Heterogeneous Interconnect Clustered VLIW Processors

Abstract

Clustered architecture processors are preferred for embedded systems because centralized register file architectures scale poorly in terms of clock rate, chip area, and power consumption. Although clustering helps by improving clock speed, reducing energy consumption of the logic, and making design simpler, it introduces extra overheads by way of inter… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/11945918_48

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@inproceedings{Nagpal2006ExploringET, title={Exploring Energy-Performance Trade-Offs for Heterogeneous Interconnect Clustered VLIW Processors}, author={Rahul Nagpal and Y. N. Srikant}, booktitle={HiPC}, year={2006} }