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ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO), Volume 1 Issue 1, March 2004

Introduction
Dean Tullsen, Brad Calder
Pages: 1-2
DOI: 10.1145/980152.980153

Reducing instruction cache energy consumption using a compiler-based strategy
J. S. Hu, M. Kandemir, V. Degalahal, M. J. Irwin, N. Vijaykrishnan, W. Zhang
Pages: 3-33
DOI: 10.1145/980152.980154
Excessive power consumption is widely considered as a major impediment to designing future microprocessors. With the continued scaling down of threshold voltages, the power consumed due to leaky memory cells in on-chip caches will constitute a...

Datapath and control for quantum wires
Isaac L. Chuang, John Kubiatowicz, Yatish Patel, Dean Copsey, Nemanja Isailovic, Frederic T. Chong, Mark Oskin, Mark Whitney
Pages: 34-61
DOI: 10.1145/980152.980155
As quantum computing moves closer to reality the need for basic architectural studies becomes more pressing. Quantum wires, which transport quantum data, will be a fundamental component in all anticipated silicon quantum architectures. Since they...

TRIPS: A polymorphous architecture for exploiting ILP, TLP, and DLP
Stephen W. Keckler, Karthikeyan Sankaralingam, Ramadass Nagarajan, Changkyu Kim, Jaehyuk Huh, Nitya Ranganathan, Robert G. McDonald, Doug Burger, Haiming Liu, Charles R. Moore
Pages: 62-93
DOI: 10.1145/980152.980156
This paper describes the polymorphous TRIPS architecture that can be configured for different granularities and types of parallelism. The TRIPS architecture is the first in a class of post-RISC, dataflow-like instruction sets called explicit...

Temperature-aware microarchitecture: Modeling and implementation
David Tarjan, Karthik Sankaranarayanan, Sivakumar Velusamy, Wei Huang, Kevin Skadron, Mircea R. Stan
Pages: 94-125
DOI: 10.1145/980152.980157
With cooling costs rising exponentially, designing cooling solutions for worst-case power dissipation is prohibitively expensive. Chips that can autonomously modify their execution and power-dissipation characteristics permit the use of lower-cost...