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Memory-efficient Parallelization of Stream Applications

Memory-efficient Parallelization of Stream Applications


Another Perspective:Energy Breakdown• More than half of the energy spent onmemories!James Balfour14

Background Summary• Parallelization for multi-cores is motivated byenergy or power budget• Parallelization often requires additionalmemory usage, and memory is one of themost energy-hungry components• Need for parallelization with minimaladditional memory usage15

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