22 January 2016

Application Specific Power and Temperature Model of Multi-Core Processor Architectures

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SCI's Biotechnology Group in partnership with the University of Westminster

University of Westminster

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Power and temperature monitoring and tuning is one of the main challenges towards achieving higher computer performance. Prof Getov's abstract model is based on application-specific parameters such as power consumption, execution time, and equilibrium temperature as well as hardware-specific parameters such as half time for thermal rise or fall. Experimental results demonstrate the use of the model for analysing and improving the application-specific balance between temperature, power, and performance.

Day 1 - 22nd January 2016

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University of Westminster

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Prof Vladimir Getov, Department of Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Westminster