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Modeling and Instrumentation of Memory Hierarchies using Functional Programming

Abstract : We propose a methodology for the modeling, instrumentation and design space exploration with prototyping of complex designs exhibiting difficult to anticipate performance caveats. It relies on monadic functional programming as a design specification means. Its advantages lie in its model-of-computation (MoC) mixing capabilities, its suitability for both human-assisted and automatic design space exploration, as well as its relative ease of use compared to other functional approaches. We show those aspects on a case study involving memory fetches from a set of tomographic backprojection coprocessors working in parallel.
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Tomasz Toczek, Dominique Houzet, Stéphane Mancini. Modeling and Instrumentation of Memory Hierarchies using Functional Programming. WARP - 5th Annual Workshop on Architectural Research Prototyping, Jun 2010, Saint Malo, France. ⟨inria-00494114⟩



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