XIOSim: power-performance modeling of mobile x86 cores
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CitationKanev, Svilen, Gu-Yeon Wei, and Brooks, David. 2012. XIOSim: Power-performance Modeling of Mobile x86 Core. In Proceedings of the 2012 ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design, 267-272, Redondo Beach, California. doi:10.1145/2333660.2333722
AbstractSimulation is one of the main vehicles of computer architecture research. In this paper, we present XIOSim - a highly detailed microarchitectural simulator targeted at mobile x86 microprocessors. The simulator execution model that we propose is a blend between traditional user-level simulation and full-system simulation. Our current implementation features detailed power and performance core models which allow microarchitectural exploration. Using a novel validation methodology, we show that XIOSim's performance models manage to stay well within 10% of real hardware for the whole SPEC CPU2006 suite. Furthermore, we validate power models against measured data to show a deviation of less than 5% in terms of average power consumption.
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