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Performance asymmetry in multicore architectures arises when individual cores have different performance. Building such multicore processors is desirable because many simple cores together provide high parallel performance while a few complex cores ensure high serial performance. However, application developers typically assume computational cores provide equal performance, and performance asymmetry breaks this assumption. This paper is concerned with the behavior of commercial applicationsdoi:10.1145/1080695.1070012 fatcat:7lng4gsp35dabcvhbwthubbsf4