SimICS/Sun4m: A Virtual Workstation

@inproceedings{Magnusson1998SimICSSun4mAV,
  title={SimICS/Sun4m: A Virtual Workstation},
  author={Peter S. Magnusson and Fredrik Larsson and Andreas Moestedt and Bengt Werner and Jim Nilsson and Per Stenstr{\"o}m and Fredrik Lundholm and Magnus Karlsson and Fredrik Dahlgren and H{\aa}kan Grahn},
  booktitle={USENIX Annual Technical Conference},
  year={1998}
}
System level simulators allow computer architects and system software designers to recreate an accurate and complete replica of the program behavior of a target system, regardless of the availability, existence, or instrumentation support of such a system. Applications include evaluation of architectural design alternatives as well as software engineering tasks such as traditional debugging and performance tuning. We present an implementation of a simulator acting as a virtual workstation fully… CONTINUE READING
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