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2012
IEEE
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RAIDR: Retention-aware intelligent DRAM refresh
Dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) is the building block of modern main memory systems. DRAM cells must be periodically refreshed to prevent loss of data. These refresh operation...
Jamie Liu, Ben Jaiyen, Richard Veras, Onur Mutlu
ISCA
2012
IEEE
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VRSync: Characterizing and eliminating synchronization-induced voltage emergencies in many-core processors
Power consumption is a primary concern for microprocessor designers. Lowering the supply voltage of processors is one of the most effective techniques for improving their energy e...
Timothy N. Miller, Renji Thomas, Xiang Pan, Radu T...
ISCA
2012
IEEE
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The dynamic granularity memory system
Chip multiprocessors enable continued performance scaling with increasingly many cores per chip. As the throughput of computation outpaces available memory bandwidth, however, the...
Doe Hyun Yoon, Min Kyu Jeong, Michael Sullivan, Ma...
ISCA
2012
IEEE
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BOOM: Enabling mobile memory based low-power server DIMMs
To address the real-time processing needs of large and growing amounts of data, modern software increasingly uses main memory as the primary data store for critical information. T...
Doe Hyun Yoon, Jichuan Chang, Naveen Muralimanohar...
ISCA
2012
IEEE
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Revisiting hardware-assisted page walks for virtualized systems
Recent improvements in architectural supports for virtualization have extended traditional hardware page walkers to traverse nested page tables. However, current twodimensional (2...
Jeongseob Ahn, Seongwook Jin, Jaehyuk Huh
ISCA
2012
IEEE
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CAPRI: Prediction of compaction-adequacy for handling control-divergence in GPGPU architectures
Wide SIMD-based GPUs have evolved into a promising platform for running general purpose workloads. Current programmable GPUs allow even code with irregular control to execute well...
Minsoo Rhu, Mattan Erez
ISCA
2012
IEEE
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Scale-out processors
The emergence of global-scale online services has galvanized scale-out software, characterized by splitting vast datasets and massive computation across many independent servers. ...
Pejman Lotfi-Kamran, Boris Grot, Michael Ferdman, ...
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