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The Implications of Shared Data Synchronization Techniques on Multi-Core Energy Efficiency
USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation
Shared data synchronization is at the heart of the multicore revolution since it is essential for writing concurrent programs. Ideally, a synchronization technique should be able to fully exploit the available cores, leading to improved performance. However, with the growing demand for energy-efficient systems, it also needs to work within the energy and power budget of the system. In this paper, we perform a detailed study of the performance as well as energy efficiency of popular shareddatadblp:conf/osdi/GauthamKSBV12 fatcat:4unz3xg4p5fmznqhfobxn6ytwi