An Overview of Cycle-Accurate, Event-Driven and Full Systems Simulators for Chip-Multiprocessors

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Abstract

Due to the increasing number of Chip-Multiprocessors, the researchers have proposed new designs and architectures, so there is a constant need to know the most accurate simulators that used in this scope which should be used to identify their outcomes. Computer System Architecture (CSA) simulators are usually used to validate the designs, architectures that new discovered and developments. This paper is to provide an overview and insight into the most critical simulations used in Computer System Architecture and possible standards that distinguish simulators from the other. The essential aspects and parameters that determine these simulators are accuracy, speed, performance, flexibility, and functionality as well etc. Cycle-Accurate, Event-Driven and Full Systems Simulators of CSA, this taxonomy of simulators that will discuss in this paper.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 5 May 2019
EventInternational Conference on Intelligent Information Processing -
Duration: 28 Aug 201930 Aug 2019
http://www.iciip.org/index.html

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Intelligent Information Processing
Abbreviated titleICIIP
Period28/08/1930/08/19
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Keywords

  • Computer System Architecture
  • CSA
  • Simulators
  • Sniper
  • Cycle-Accurate
  • Full System
  • Event-Driven
  • Gem5

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Opoku Agyeman, M. (Accepted/In press). An Overview of Cycle-Accurate, Event-Driven and Full Systems Simulators for Chip-Multiprocessors. Paper presented at International Conference on Intelligent Information Processing, .
Opoku Agyeman, Michael. / An Overview of Cycle-Accurate, Event-Driven and Full Systems Simulators for Chip-Multiprocessors. Paper presented at International Conference on Intelligent Information Processing, .
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Opoku Agyeman, M 2019, 'An Overview of Cycle-Accurate, Event-Driven and Full Systems Simulators for Chip-Multiprocessors' Paper presented at International Conference on Intelligent Information Processing, 28/08/19 - 30/08/19, .

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2019. Paper presented at International Conference on Intelligent Information Processing, .

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