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The Need for Power Debugging in the Multi-Core Environment
July-Dec. 2012 (vol. 11 no. 2)
pp. 57-60
Jie Chen, George Washington Univ, Washington
Guru Venkataramani, George Washington Univ, Washington
Gabriel Parmer, George Washington Univ, Washington
Debugging an application for power has a wide array of benefits ranging from minimizing the thermal hotspots to reducing the likelihood of CPU malfunction. In this work, we justify the need for power debugging, and show that performance debugging of a parallel application does not automatically guarantee power balance across multiple cores. We perform experiments and show our results using two case study benchmarks, Volrend from Splash-2 and Bodytrack from Parsec-1.0.
Index Terms:
Multicore processing,Power demand,Debugging,Instruction sets,Benchmark testing,Multicore processing,Power Debugging,Multicore processing,Power demand,Debugging,Instruction sets,Benchmark testing,Power Imbalance,Multi-cores
Citation:
Jie Chen, Guru Venkataramani, Gabriel Parmer, "The Need for Power Debugging in the Multi-Core Environment," IEEE Computer Architecture Letters, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 57-60, July-Dec. 2012, doi:10.1109/L-CA.2012.1
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