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Processors for high performance computing and server workload are today thermally constrained. To preserve a safe working temperature, state-of-the-art processors for this market segment integrates many cores on the same die and feature fine-grain power management and thermal management feedback loops implemented in hardware. However, to keep the control policy simple, these controllers fail in taking advantage on the underlining thermal heterogeneity, long thermal transients and specific userdoi:10.1109/mdat.2017.2774774 fatcat:smi6vjadvngzrkaaqtcsltlt4a