Architecture of Computing Systems - ARCS 2009: 22nd International Conference, Delft, The Netherlands, March 10-13, 2009, Proceedings

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Mladen Bereković, Mladen Berekovic, Christian Müller-Schloer, Christian Hochberger, Stephan Wong
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 25, 2009 - Computers - 259 pages
TheARCSseriesofconferenceshasover30yearsoftraditionreportingtop-notch results in computer architecture and operating systems research. It is organized bythe specialinterest groupon “Computer and System Architecture” ofthe GI (Gesellschaft fur ¨ Informatik e.V.) and ITG (Informationstechnische Gesellschaft im VDE - Information Technology Society). In 2009, ARCS was hosted by the Delft University of Technology, which has one of the leading information te- nology schools in Europe. This year's special focus was set on energy awarenessviewed from two di?- ent perspectives. Firstly, this deals with the improvement of computer systems to be as energy-e?cient as possible (particularly for speci?c applications). One can think of heterogeneous multi-core architectures or recon?gurable archit- tures for this purpose.Secondly,this addressesthe usage ofcomputer systems to reduce the energy consumption of other systems, which might lead to problems of communication and cooperation. Like the previous conferences in this series, it continues to be an important forum for computer architecture research. The call for papers resulted in a total of 57 submissions from around the world. Each submission was assigned to at least three members of the Program Committee for review. The Program Committee decided to accept 21 papers, which are arranged into eight sessions. The accepted papers are from: Finland, France, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, UK, and USA. Three intriguingkeynotesfromacademia andindustry complementedthe strong technical program.
 

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Contents

Life on the Treadmill
1
Key Microarchitectural Innovations for Future Microprocessors
2
Information and MisInformation
3
Extracting CoarseGrained Pipelined Parallelism Out of Sequential Applications for Parallel Processor Arrays
4
Parallelization Approaches for Hardware Accelerators Loop Unrolling Versus Loop Partitioning
16
Evaluating Sampling Based Hotspot Detection
28
A Reconfigurable Bloom Filter Architecture for BLASTN
40
A Robust and Fault Tolerant NetworkonChip Approach for a Dynamic Reconfigurable SystemonChip in FPGAs
50
MarketplaceOriented Behavior in Semantic MultiCriteria Decision Making Autonomous Systems
120
Selforganized Parallel Cooperation for Solving Optimization Problems
135
Virtual Vector Architecture
146
An Enhanced DMA Controller in SIMD Processors for Video Applications
159
Cache Controller Design on Ultra Low Leakage Embedded Processors
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Autonomous DVFS on Supply Islands for EnergyConstrained NoC Communication
183
Saving Energy Consumption of ICT
195
A Garbage Collection Technique for Embedded Multithreaded Multicore Processors
207

A LightWeight Approach to Dynamical Runtime Linking Supporting Heterogenous Parallel and Reconfigurable Architectures
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UltraFast Downloading of Partial Bitstreams through Ethernet
72
SCOPE Sensor Mote Configuration and Operation Enhancement
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Generated Horizontal and Vertical Data Parallel GCA Machines for the NBody Force Calculation
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Hybrid Resource Discovery Mechanism in Ad Hoc Grid Using Structured Overlay
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Empirical Performance Models for Java Workloads
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Performance Matching of Hardware Acceleration Engines for Heterogeneous MPSoC Using Modular Performance Analysis
233
Evaluating CMPs and Their Memory Architecture
246
Author Index
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