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1 This paper discusses the preliminary performance study of hybrid multithreaded execution model that combines software-controlled multithreaded system with hardware support for efficient context switching and threads scheduling. The hardware support for multithreading is augmented with a software thread scheduling technique called set scheduling, and their benefit to the overall performance is discussed. Set scheduling schedules multiple threads onto the hardware scheduler to minimize thedoi:10.1109/hicss.1997.667222 dblp:conf/hicss/OrtizLYR97 fatcat:2a3nfgkuxbbpzb5p7fcqhoyuai