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2004
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
State-Preserving vs. Non-State-Preserving Leakage Control in Caches
This paper compares the effectiveness of statepreserving and non-state-preserving techniques for leakage control in caches by comparing drowsy cache and gated-V
Yingmin Li, Dharmesh Parikh, Yan Zhang, Karthik Sa...
ISCA
2002
IEEE
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10 years 3 months ago
Drowsy Caches: Simple Techniques for Reducing Leakage Power
On-chip caches represent a sizable fraction of the total power consumption of microprocessors. Although large caches can significantly improve performance, they have the potential...
Krisztián Flautner, Nam Sung Kim, Steven M....
CF
2005
ACM
10 years 18 days ago
Exploiting temporal locality in drowsy cache policies
Technology projections indicate that static power will become a major concern in future generations of high-performance microprocessors. Caches represent a significant percentage ...
Salvador Petit, Julio Sahuquillo, Jose M. Such, Da...
ISLPED
2005
ACM
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10 years 4 months ago
A simple mechanism to adapt leakage-control policies to temperature
Leakage power reduction in cache memories continues to be a critical area of research because of the promise of a significant pay-off. Various techniques have been developed so fa...
Stefanos Kaxiras, Polychronis Xekalakis, Georgios ...
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