The TURBO Diaries: Application-controlled Frequency Scaling Explained

@inproceedings{Wamhoff2014TheTD,
  title={The TURBO Diaries: Application-controlled Frequency Scaling Explained},
  author={Jons-Tobias Wamhoff and Stephan Diestelhorst and Christof Fetzer and Patrick Marlier and Pascal Felber and David Dice},
  booktitle={Software Engineering & Management},
  year={2014}
}
Most multi-core architectures nowadays support dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) to adapt their speed to the system’s load and save energy. Some recent architectures additionally allow cores to operate at boosted speeds exceeding the nominal base frequency but within their thermal design power. We propose a general-purpose library that allows selective control of DVFS from user space to accelerate multi-threaded applications and expose the potential of heterogeneous frequencies. We… CONTINUE READING
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