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“…Our target metric is therefore energy delay product (EDP), which is a standard commonly used evaluation metric in computer architecture [Horowitz et al 1994]. As it was done in previous work using the MPARM simulator [Ferri et al 2010b], the performance and power models are based mostly on data obtained from a 0.13 µm technology provided by STMicroelectronics for their Nomadik Platform [STMicroelectronics 2008], and the energy model for the fully associative caches is based on [Efthymiou and Garside 2002]. The second part of the evaluation is focused on evaluating the advantages of the optimal configuration over the baseline lock approach.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Our target metric is therefore energy delay product (EDP), which is a standard commonly used evaluation metric in computer architecture [Horowitz et al 1994]. As it was done in previous work using the MPARM simulator [Ferri et al 2010b], the performance and power models are based mostly on data obtained from a 0.13 µm technology provided by STMicroelectronics for their Nomadik Platform [STMicroelectronics 2008], and the energy model for the fully associative caches is based on [Efthymiou and Garside 2002]. The second part of the evaluation is focused on evaluating the advantages of the optimal configuration over the baseline lock approach.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ferri recently proposed unifying the L1 and transactional cache in an embedded system and showed that using a small victim cache to reduce the pressure from sharing improved the energy-delay product [5]. Moreshet et al [21] showed that hardware transactional memory systems can be more energy efficient than locks in the absence of contention.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%