Introduction (11:00-11:10)

Organizer: Joshua J. Yi, Freescale Semiconductor

Session 1: Simulators and Modeling (11:10 to 12:25)

Chair: Joshua J. Yi , Freescale Semiconductor

A Mathematical Model for Accurately Balancing Co-Phase Effects in Simulated Multithreaded Systems [Slides]

Joshua L. Kihm, University of Colorado

Tipp Moseley, University of Colorado

Daniel A. Connors, University of Colorado


FAST: A Functionally Accurate Simulation Tool Set for the Cyclops64 Cellular Architecture [Slides]

Juan del Cuvillo, University of Delaware

Weirong Zhu, University of Delaware

Ziang Hu, University of Delaware

Guang R. Gao, University of Delaware


Rapid Development of a Flexible Validated Processor Model [Slides]

David A. Penry, Princeton University

Manish Vachharajani, University of Colorado

David I. August, Princeton University

Lunch (12:25 to 2:00)

Session 2: Potpourri (2:00 to 3:15)

Chair: Lieven Eeckhout, Ghent University

TraceVis: An Execution Trace Visualization Tool [TraceVis Software]

James Roberts, NVIDIA

Craig Zilles, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Evaluating Power Management Strategies for High Performance Memory (DRAM): A Case Study for Achieving Effective Analysis by Combining Simulation Platforms and Real-Hardware Performance Monitoring

Karthick Rajamani, IBM Austin Research Lab

Juan Rubio, IBM Austin Research Lab

Wael El-Essawy, IBM Austin Research Lab

Kartik Sudeep, IBM Austin Research Lab

Ram Rajamony, IBM Austin Research Lab


A Methodology for Stochastic Fault Injection in VLSI Designs

Christian J. Hescott, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities

Drew C. Ness, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities

David J. Lilja, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities

Break (3:15 to 4:00)

Session 3: Sampling and Benchmarking (4:00 to 5:40)

Chair: Resit Sendag, University of Rhode Island

IDDCA: A New Clustering Approach for Sampling

Daniel Gracia Pérez, INRIA

Hugues Berry, INRIA

Olivier Temam, INRIA


Sampling and Stability in TCP/IP Workloads [Slides]

Lisa R. Hsu, University of Michigan

Ali G. Saidi, University of Michigan

Nathan L. Binkert, University of Michigan

Steven K. Reinhardt, University of Michigan

Using A Multiscale Approach to Characterize Workload Dynamics [Slides]

Tao Li, University of Florida


The Case for Automatic Synthesis of Miniature Benchmarks

Robert H. Bell Jr., IBM and University of Texas at Austin

Lizy K. John, University of Texas at Austin

Break (5:40 to 5:50)

SimPoint Mini-Tutorial (5:50 to 6:35)

Moderator: Lieven Eeckhout, Ghent University

Presenters: Brad Calder (UC San Diego), Greg Hamerly (Baylor)

SimPoint 3.0: Faster and More Flexible Program Analysis

Greg Hamerly, Baylor

Erez Perelman, UC San Diego

Jeremy Lau, UC San Diego

Brad Calder, UC San Diego

Closing Remarks (6:35 to 6:40)

Organizer: Lieven Eeckhout, Ghent University