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Virtual-address caches. Part 1: problems and solutions in uniprocessors

M. Cekleov, M. Dubois
1997 IEEE Micro  
A cost-effective solution is to keep a pointer to every unaligned synonym residing in the main cache in a small unaligned-synonym cache.  ...  The U cache is a very simple and efficient addition to a direct-mapped V-V cache or to a set-associative V/P cache when all synonyms cannot be aligned and when page coloring is imperfect.  ... 
doi:10.1109/40.621215 fatcat:uaztemiztbgqdmmja34qd5jnca

Low-power cache organization through selective tag translation for embedded processors with virtual memory support

Xiangrong Zhou, Peter Petrov
2006 Proceedings of the 16th ACM Great Lakes symposium on VLSI - GLSVLSI '06  
Physical tags and special handling for the super-set cache index bits are used for references to shared data regions in order to avoid cache consistency problems.  ...  Application knowledge regarding the nature of memory references is used to eliminate tag address translations for most of the cache accesses.  ...  In [5] , the authors have proposed the U-cache architecture which maintains a reverse translation information of the cache blocks that belong to unaligned virtual pages only in order to handle the synonyms  ... 
doi:10.1145/1127908.1127999 dblp:conf/glvlsi/ZhouP06 fatcat:2zp2o7whdfexzcuty4llh5bwfm

Reducing memory reference energy with opportunistic virtual caching

Arkaprava Basu, Mark D. Hill, Michael M. Swift
2012 2012 39th Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA)  
OVC relies on small OS changes to signal which pages can use virtual caching (e.g., no writeable synonyms), but defaults to physical caching for compatibility.  ...  We show OVC's promise with analysis that finds virtual cache problems exist, but are dynamically rare. We change 240 lines in Linux 2.6.28 to enable OVC.  ...  to Hill).  ... 
doi:10.1109/isca.2012.6237026 dblp:conf/isca/BasuHS12 fatcat:x3qswkwwlvanbg2ztfoysnatcm

Reducing memory reference energy with opportunistic virtual caching

Arkaprava Basu, Mark D. Hill, Michael M. Swift
2012 SIGARCH Computer Architecture News  
OVC relies on small OS changes to signal which pages can use virtual caching (e.g., no writeable synonyms), but defaults to physical caching for compatibility.  ...  We show OVC's promise with analysis that finds virtual cache problems exist, but are dynamically rare. We change 240 lines in Linux 2.6.28 to enable OVC.  ...  to Hill).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2366231.2337194 fatcat:v2mxbwbyr5he5e3tasvjq6ons4

Heterogeneously tagged caches for low-power embedded systems with virtual memory support

Xiangrong Zhou, Peter Petrov
2008 ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems  
We outline an efficient hardware architecture, where the application information is captured in a reprogrammable way and the cache is minimally modified.  ...  By eliminating the need for most address translations on cache access, a significant power reduction is achieved.  ...  In Kim et al. [1995] , the authors have proposed the U-cache architecture, which maintains reverse translation information of the cache blocks that belong to unaligned virtual pages only in order to handle  ... 
doi:10.1145/1344418.1344428 fatcat:dc6elvdz2bb6vaskpnjjbqlh6i

The Assimilation of Loan Words in Masalit

John Tees Edgar
1988
Chapter 1: The history of the land of the Masalit is surveyed briefly insofar as it is relevant to the influence of Arabic on Masalit.  ...  Their language belongs to the Maba group (belonging to Greenberg's postulated Nilo-Saharan phylum. Many Masalit are bilingual in Masalit and Colloquial Arabic, some do not speak Masalit at all.  ...  by different Masalit solutions to the same phonological problem or by intermediate phonological systems. 4.1 SUMMARY TABLE OF ARABIC-MASALIT EQUIVALENCES Below is the list of observed phonological maintenance  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00033579 fatcat:row3zyewinfpjcutqposn2rthe