Advances in Computer Systems Architecture: 11th Asia-Pacific Conference, ACSAC 2006, Shanghai, China, September 6-8, 2006, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference, ACSAC 2006. The book presents 60 revised full papers together with 3 invited lectures, addressing such issues as processor and network design, reconfigurable computing and operating systems, and low-level design issues in both hardware and systems. Coverage includes large and significant computer-based infrastructure projects, the challenges of stricter budgets in ...

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference, ACSAC 2006. The book presents 60 revised full papers together with 3 invited lectures, addressing such issues as processor and network design, reconfigurable computing and operating systems, and low-level design issues in both hardware and systems. Coverage includes large and significant computer-based infrastructure projects, the challenges of stricter budgets in power dissipation, and more.

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The Era of Multi-core Chips -A Fresh Look on Software Challenges.- Streaming Networks for Coordinating Data-Parallel Programs (Position Statement).- Implementations of Square-Root and Exponential Functions for Large FPGAs.- Using Branch Prediction Information for Near-Optimal I-Cache Leakage.- Scientific Computing Applications on the Imagine Stream Processor.- Enhancing Last-Level Cache Performance by Block Bypassing and Early Miss Determination.- A Study of the Performance Potential for Dynamic Instruction Hints Selection.- Reorganizing UNIX for Reliability.- Critical-Task Anticipation Scheduling Algorithm for Heterogeneous and Grid Computing.- Processor Directed Dynamic Page Policy.- Static WCET Analysis Based Compiler-Directed DVS Energy Optimization in Real-Time Applications.- A Study on Transformation of Self-similar Processes with Arbitrary Marginal Distributions.-—TC – An Intermediate Language for Programming Chip Multiprocessors.- Functional Unit Chaining: A Runtime Adaptive Architecture for Reducing Bypass Delays.- Trace-Based Data Cache Leakage Reduction at Link Time.- Parallelizing User-Defined and Implicit Reductions Globally on Multiprocessors.- Overload Protection for Commodity Network Appliances.- An Integrated Temporal Partitioning and Mapping Framework for Handling Custom Instructions on a Reconfigurable Functional Unit.- A High Performance Simulator System for a Multiprocessor System Based on a Multi-way Cluster.- Hardware Budget and Runtime System for Data-Driven Multithreaded Chip Multiprocessor.- Combining Wireless Sensor Network with Grid for Intelligent City Traffic.- A Novel Processor Architecture for Real-Time Control.- A 0-1 Integer Linear Programming Based Approach for Global Locality Optimizations.- Design and Analysis of Low Power Image Filters Toward Defect-Resilient Embedded Memories for Multimedia SoCs.- Entropy Throttling: A Physical Approach for Maximizing Packet Mobility in Interconnection Networks.- Design of an Efficient Flexible Architecture for Color Image Enhancement.- Hypercube Communications on Optical Chordal Ring Networks with Chord Length of Three.- PMPS(3): A Performance Model of Parallel Systems.- Issues and Support for Dynamic Register Allocation.- A Heterogeneous Multi-core Processor Architecture for High Performance Computing.- Reducing the Branch Power Cost in Embedded Processors Through Static Scheduling, Profiling and SuperBlock Formation.- Fault-Free Pairwise Independent Hamiltonian Paths on Faulty Hypercubes.- Constructing Node-Disjoint Paths in Enhanced Pyramid Networks.- Striping Cache: A Global Cache for Striped Network File System.- DTuplesHPC: Distributed Tuple Space for Desktop High Performance Computing.- The Algorithm and Circuit Design of a 400MHz 16-Bit Hybrid Multiplier.- Live Range Aware Cache Architecture.- The Challenges of Efficient Code-Generation for Massively Parallel Architectures.- Reliable Systolic Computing Through Redundancy.- A Diversity-Controllable Genetic Algorithm for Optimal Fused Traffic Planning on Sensor Networks.- A Context-Switch Reduction Heuristic for Power-Aware Off-Line Scheduling.- On the Reliability of Drowsy Instruction Caches.- Design of a Reconfigurable Cryptographic Engine.- Enhancing ICOUNT2.8 Fetch Policy with Better Fairness for SMT Processors.- The New BCD Subtractor and Its Reversible Logic Implementation.- Power-Efficient Microkernel of Embedded Operating System on Chip.- Understanding Prediction Limits Through Unbiased Branches.- Bandwidth Optimization of the EMCI for a High Performance 32-bit DSP.- Research on Petersen Graphs and Hyper-cubes Connected Interconnection Networks.- Cycle Period Analysis and Optimization of Timed Circuits.- Acceleration Techniques for Chip-Multiprocessor Simulator Debug.- A DDL–Based Software Architecture Model.- Branch Behavior Characterization for Multimedia Applications.- Optimization and Evaluating of StreamYGX2 on MASA Stream Processor.- SecureTorrent: A Security Framework for File Swarming.- Register Allocation on Stream Processor with Local Register File.- A Self-reconfigurable System-on-Chip Architecture for Satellite On-Board Computer Maintenance.- Compile-Time Thread Distinguishment Algorithm on VIM-Based Architecture.- Designing a Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Architecture Using Loop Self-Pipelining.- Low-Power Data Cache Architecture by Address Range Reconfiguration for Multimedia Applications.- Automatic Synthesis of Interface Circuits from Simplified IP Interface Prools.- An Architectural Leakage Power Reduction Method for Instruction Cache in Ultra Deep Submicron Microprocessors.- An Efficient Approach to Energy Saving in Microcontrollers.

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