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Issue No.02 - February (2003 vol.36)
pp: 50-57
Alaa R. Alameldeen , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Milo M.K. Martin , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Carl J. Mauer , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kevin E. Moore , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Min Xu , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Mark D. Hill , University of Wisconsin-Madison
David A. Wood , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Daniel J. Sorin , Duke University
<p>As dependence on database management systems and Web servers increases, so does the need for them to run reliably and efficiently—goals that rigorous simulations can help achieve. Execution-driven simulation models system hardware. These simulations capture actual program behavior and detailed system interactions.</p><p>The authors have developed a simulation methodology that uses multiple simulations, pays careful attention to the effects of scaling on workload behavior, and extends Virtutech AB's Simics full-system functional simulator with detailed timing models. </p>
Alaa R. Alameldeen, Milo M.K. Martin, Carl J. Mauer, Kevin E. Moore, Min Xu, Mark D. Hill, David A. Wood, Daniel J. Sorin, "Simulating a $2M Commercial Server on a $2K PC", Computer, vol.36, no. 2, pp. 50-57, February 2003, doi:10.1109/MC.2003.1178046
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