Scalable power control for many-core architectures running multi-threaded applications

  title={Scalable power control for many-core architectures running multi-threaded applications},
  author={Kai Ma and Xue Li and Ming Lu Chen and Xiaorui Wang},
  journal={2011 38th Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA)},
Optimizing the performance of a multi-core microprocessor within a power budget has recently received a lot of attention. However, most existing solutions are centralized and cannot scale well with the rapidly increasing level of core integration. While a few recent studies propose power control algorithms for many-core architectures, those solutions assume that the workload of every core is independent and therefore cannot effectively allocate power based on thread criticality to accelerate… CONTINUE READING
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