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 Jonathan A Winter

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Average citations per article15.50
Citation Count31
Publication count2
Publication years2008-2010
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Average downloads per article556.00
Downloads (cumulative)1,112
Downloads (12 Months)46
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September 2010 PACT '10: Proceedings of the 19th international conference on Parallel architectures and compilation techniques
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Citation Count: 27
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Future many-core microprocessors are likely to be heterogeneous, by design or due to variability and defects. The latter type of heterogeneity is especially challenging due to its unpredictability. To minimize the performance and power impact of these hardware imperfections, the runtime thread scheduler and global power manager must be nimble ...
Keywords: process variations, computational complexity, heterogeneous chip multiprocessors, global power management, thread scheduling, hard errors, many-core architectures, scalability

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May 2008 ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO): Volume 5 Issue 1, May 2008
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We explore DTM techniques within the context of uniform and nonuniform SMT workloads. While DVS is suitable for addressing workloads with uniformly high temperatures, for nonuniform workloads, performance loss occurs because of the slowdown of the cooler thread. To address this, we propose and evaluate DTM mechanisms that exploit the ...
Keywords: clustered microarchitectures, Simultaneous multithreading, dynamic voltage scaling, adaptive microarchitectures, dynamic thermal management



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