Software power estimation using IPI(inter-prefetch interval) power model for advanced off-the-shelf processor

@inproceedings{Kang2007SoftwarePE,
  title={Software power estimation using IPI(inter-prefetch interval) power model for advanced off-the-shelf processor},
  author={K. Kang and Jungsoo Kim and H. Shim and C. Kyung},
  booktitle={GLSVLSI '07},
  year={2007}
}
This paper addresses a problem of modeling the power consumption of advanced off-the-shelf processors. [...] Key Method Our model has two major advantages. First, this model can consider prefetch mechanism. Most of advanced RISC processors have prefetch mechanism which makes processor power estimation difficult. IPI model is the first approach to model prefetch mechanism in processor power estimation.Expand
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