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Title: The KScalar Simulator
Authors: Moure, Juan Carlos
Rexachs, Dolores Isabel
Luque, Emilio
Keywords: Computer Systems Organization sub_subject: Processor Architectures Computer Systems Organization sub_subject: Performance of Systems Computer Applications sub_subject: Computer-Aided Engineering ,Computer Education, Processor Architecture, Simulation
Issue Date: 6-Nov-2001
Abstract: KScalar is a user-friendly simulation tool that facilitates the study of such processors. It allows students to analyze the performance behavior of a wide range of processor microarchitectures: from a very simple in-order, scalar pipeline, to a detailed out-of-order, superscalar pipeline with non-blocking caches, speculative execution, and complex branch prediction. The simulator interprets executables for the Alpha AXP instruction set: from very short program fragments to large applications. The object's program execution may be simulated in varying levels of detail: either cycle-by-cycle, observing all the pipeline events that determine processor performance, or million cycles at once, taking statistics of the main performance issues
URI: http://www.citidel.org/handle/10117/114
Other Identifiers: 206
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