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IPPS
2005
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
Improving Energy-Efficiency by Bypassing Trivial Computations
We study the energy efficiency benefits of bypassing trivial computations in high-performance processors. Trivial computations are those computations whose output can be determine...
Ehsan Atoofian, Amirali Baniasadi
ICCD
2002
IEEE
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Improving Processor Performance by Simplifying and Bypassing Trivial Computations
During the course of a program’s execution, a processor performs many trivial computations; that is, computations that can be simplified or where the result is zero, one, or equ...
Joshua J. Yi, David J. Lilja
JSA
2007
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9 years 1 days ago
Speculative trivialization point advancing in high-performance processors
Trivial instructions are those instructions whose output can be determined without performing the actual computation. This is due to the fact that for these instructions the outpu...
Ehsan Atoofian, Amirali Baniasadi
HPCA
2006
IEEE
10 years 15 days ago
Software-hardware cooperative memory disambiguation
In high-end processors, increasing the number of in-flight instructions can improve performance by overlapping useful processing with long-latency accesses to the main memory. Buf...
Ruke Huang, Alok Garg, Michael C. Huang
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