Predicting Cache Contention with Setvectors

@inproceedings{Zwick2010PredictingCC,
  title={Predicting Cache Contention with Setvectors},
  author={Michael Zwick and Florian Obermeier and Klaus Diepold},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper, we present a new method called setvectors to predict cache contention introduced by co-scheduled applications on a multicore processor system. Additionally, we propose a new metric to compare cache contention prediction methods. Applying this metric, we demonstrate that our setvector method predicts cache contention with about the same accuracy as the most accurate stateof-the-art method. However, our method executes nearly 4000 times as fast. 

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