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Accurate off-line phase classification for HW/SW co-designed processors
Proceedings of the 11th ACM Conference on Computing Frontiers - CF '14
Evaluation techniques in microprocessor design are mostly based on simulating selected application's samples using a cycle-accurate simulator. These samples usually correspond to different phases of the application stream. To identify these phases, relevant high-level application statistics are collected and clustered using a process named "Off-Line Phase Classification". The purpose of phase classification is to reduce the number of samples that need to be simulated with the minimum loss indoi:10.1145/2597917.2597937 dblp:conf/cf/BrankovicSGG14 fatcat:e6jjmn7rinfk5kkd5q4we3zlki