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Appears in The Fourth Annual Workshop on Duplicating, Deconstructing, and Debunking (WDDD), June 2005. 1 The Importance of Heat-Sink Modeling for DTM and
 

Summary: Appears in The Fourth Annual Workshop on Duplicating, Deconstructing, and Debunking (WDDD), June 2005. 1
The Importance of Heat-Sink Modeling for DTM and
a Correction to "Predictive DTM for Multimedia Applications"
Jayanth Srinivasan and Sarita V. Adve
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Department of Computer Science
srinivsn,sadve @cs.uiuc.edu
Abstract
It is anticipated that in the future, increasing power den-
sities and resultant temperatures will often be the dominant
limit to processor performance and a significant component
of cost. Dynamic thermal management (DTM) techniques
address this issue by allowing the thermal solution to be
designed for a temperature less than the peak. Evaluating
DTM and other processor thermal properties requires re-
liable tools for processor thermal modeling. In particular,
the processor heat-sink model plays a crucial role, but much
prior work in DTM, including our own, is based on simplis-
tic assumptions of heat-sink behavior. Using more realistic
heat sink simulation, this paper corrects our previous work

  

Source: Adve, Sarita - Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences