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Issue No.04 - July/August (2006 vol.26)
pp: 52-60
Nathan L. Binkert , University of Michigan
Ronald G. Dreslinski , University of Michigan
Lisa R. Hsu , University of Michigan
Kevin T. Lim , University of Michigan
Ali G. Saidi , University of Michigan
Steven K. Reinhardt , University of Michigan
ABSTRACT
Developed specifically to enable research in TCP/IP networking, the M5 simulator provides features necessary for simulating networked hosts, including full-system capability, a detailed I/O subsystem, and the ability to simulate multiple networked systems deterministically. M5's usefulness as a general-purpose architecture simulator and its liberal open-source license have led to its adoption by several academic and commercial groups.
INDEX TERMS
M5, network I/O, TCP/IP, networked systems
CITATION
Nathan L. Binkert, Ronald G. Dreslinski, Lisa R. Hsu, Kevin T. Lim, Ali G. Saidi, Steven K. Reinhardt, "The M5 Simulator: Modeling Networked Systems", IEEE Micro, vol.26, no. 4, pp. 52-60, July/August 2006, doi:10.1109/MM.2006.82
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