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When creating architectural tools, it is essential to know whether the generated results make sense. Comparing a tool's outputs against hardware performance counters on an actual machine is a common means of executing a quick sanity check. If the results do not match, this can indicate problems with the tool, unknown interactions with the benchmarks being investigated, or even unexpected behavior of the real hardware. To make future analyses of this type easier, we explore the behavior of thedoi:10.1109/iiswc.2008.4636099 dblp:conf/iiswc/WeaverM08 fatcat:46qr7regkjdotbdlx3keafdueq