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In computer architecture research and development, simulation is a powerful way of acquiring and predicting processor behaviors. While architectural simulation has been extensively utilized for computer performance evaluation, design space exploration, and computer architecture assessment, it still suffers from the high computational costs in practice. Specifically, the total simulation time is determined by the simulator's raw speed and the total number of simulated instructions. Thedoi:10.1109/tcad.2015.2481796 fatcat:jkrw5qd2irgj5cqdw6p4bewygq