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Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) is a commonly-used powermanagement scheme that dynamically adjusts power and performance to the time-varying needs of running programs. Unfortunately, conventional DVFS, relying on off-chip regulators, faces limitations in terms of temporal granularity and high costs when considered for future multi-core systems. To overcome these challenges, this paper presents thread motion (TM), a fine-grained power-management scheme for chip multiprocessorsdoi:10.1145/1555754.1555793 dblp:conf/isca/RanganWB09 fatcat:kv3oif662bcdlbgz3kn2v7v5hu