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Towards benchmarking energy efficiency of reconfigurable architectures

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Towards benchmarking energy efficiency of reconfigurable architectures
Energy research in reconfigurable architectures often involves legacy benchmarks such as the MCNC benchmarks. These benchmarks, however, are not well-suited for assessing energy consumption of reconfigurable technology, since they lack realistic input stimuli. This paper reviews and categorises a range of computation system benchmarks, and shows that there are no comprehensive benchmarks targeting reconfigurable architectures that would stimulate energy or power research. We review existing energy research in the field which involves microbenchmarks, in-house designs, or legacy benchmark suites used to evaluate power optimisations.
Tobias Becker, Peter Jamieson, Wayne Luk, Peter Y.
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where FPL
Authors Tobias Becker, Peter Jamieson, Wayne Luk, Peter Y. K. Cheung, Tero Rissa
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