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[Issues addressing dynamic power have predominated the power-aware architecture landscape. Amongst these dynamic power techniques, most methods focus on dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS). The intuition behind many of these approaches [82, 92, 93, 164, 197, 200, 201] is that if the...
[The prior chapter primarily focused on means for achieving power efficiency by providing lowlevel mechanisms like DVFS that can then be invoked or managed by software. Here, we shift toward higher-level systems design principles that achieve power efficiency more holistically.]
[In today’s systems, processors remain a leading concern in terms of power density but many other components of systems are major power dissipators, worthy of their own attention. Thus, in this chapter, we consider non-computational power issues, such as data movement and data storage. Since...
[Over the past two decades, perspectives on power efficiency have shifted tremendously within the field of computer architecture. In the early 1990s—the end of the bipolar/ECL era for microprocessors—power dissipation had become something of a concern in industry chip designs as wattages...
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