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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Technology scaling trends and the limitations of packaging and cooling have intensified the need for thermally efficient architectures and architecture-level temperature management techniques. To combat these trends, we evaluate the thermal efficiency of the microcore architecture, a deeply decoupled processor core with larger structures factored out as helper engines. We further investigate activity migration (core swapping) as a means of controlling the thermal profile of the chip in thisdoi:10.1007/11574859_4 fatcat:q2ppghtpkvgy5dlnpm6xlimafa