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Simulation has been a fundamental tool to prototype, hypothesize, and evaluate new ideas to continue improving system performance. However, increasing levels of processor parallelism and heterogeneity have introduced additional constraints when evaluating new designs. The work embodied in this dissertation explores how to leverage novel ideas in simulator partitioning to improve simulator speed and flexibility for simulating these new types of systems. The contribution of this work includes thedoi:10.26153/tsw/3268 fatcat:wkotdvpeyrahpatsfwcv4aogti