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Issue No. 02 - March/April (2011 vol. 31)
ISSN: 0272-1732
pp: 86-95
Nathan Goulding-Hotta , University of California, San Diego
Jack Sampson , University of California, San Diego
Ganesh Venkatesh , University of California, San Diego
Saturnino Garcia , University of California, San Diego
Joe Auricchio , University of California, San Diego
Po-Chao Huang , Univesity of California, San Diego
Manish Arora , University of California, San Diego
Siddhartha Nath , University of California, San Diego
Vikram Bhatt , University of California, San Diego
Jonathan Babb , University of California, San Diego
Steven Swanson , University of California, San Diego
Michael Bedford Taylor , University of California, San Diego
ABSTRACT
<p>Dark silicon has emerged as the fundamental limiter in modern processor design. The GreenDroid mobile application processor demonstrates an approach that uses dark silicon to execute general-purpose smartphone applications with 11 times less energy than today's most energy-efficient designs.</p>
INDEX TERMS
conservation core, utilization wall, dark silicon, heterogeneous many-core systems, c-core, GreenDroid, mobile application processor
CITATION

M. Arora et al., "The GreenDroid Mobile Application Processor: An Architecture for Silicon's Dark Future," in IEEE Micro, vol. 31, no. , pp. 86-95, 2011.
doi:10.1109/MM.2011.18
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