FLASH vs. (Simulated) FLASH: Closing the Simulation Loop

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Simulation is the primary method for evaluating computer systems during all phases of the design process. One significant problem with simulation is that it rarely models the system exactly, and quantifying the resulting simulator error can be difficult. More importantly, architects often assume without proof that although their simulator may make… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/356989.356994

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@inproceedings{Gibson2000FLASHV, title={FLASH vs. (Simulated) FLASH: Closing the Simulation Loop}, author={Jeff Gibson and Robert Kunz and David Ofelt and Mark Heinrich}, booktitle={ASPLOS}, year={2000} }