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This approach can even be used in conjunction with the other two solutions without any loss of generality, and constitutes the underlying philosophy of the mechanisms proposed in this article. ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems, Vol. 10, No. 2, April 2005. TLB Energy Using Software an Hardware Techniques • 233 There has been some amount of prior work done a long time ago in generating addresses without going to the dTLB for data references [Knight and Rosenfeld 1984; Maddock et al.

Therefore, the evaluation time of the tree is set to be the given evaluation period Tev , and the dynamic programming-based approach described in the previous section is applied. We remove the nodes in the tree from the netlist and proceed to extract trees from the remaining netlist in a similar fashion. If the root of the extracted tree is a primary output and the leaf nodes are all primary inputs, the evaluation time of the tree is also set to be Tev . If the root and/or leaf nodes of the extracted tree are shared by previously extracted trees, we derive the new precharge and evaluation slacks of those nodes from the results of the previously extracted trees.

The lines sizes for L1 caches and L2 are 32 bytes and 128 bytes, respectively. The main memory is assumed to be a 64MB Direct Rambus RIMM Module that uses low-power modes to save energy. Table I. 639 The iTLB and dTLB have 32 entries each. iL1 and dL1 are 8KB, 1-way and 8KB, 2-way, respectively. The lines size for L1 caches is 32 bytes. very important goal for on-chip thermal management [Brooks and Martonosi 2001]. Table I gives the power densities of on-chip memory components of a four-issue superscalar machine in the execution of six Spec2000 applications for a virtually indexed, physically tagged L1 addressing strategy (detailed descriptions of our experimental setup and benchmarks will be given later).

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