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Publication Type technical report
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Campbell, William Bela
Title The Efficient Modeling of Processor Behavior and Performance
Date 1985-12
Description Simulation models of digital computers span a broad range of capabilities. At one end are drastically simplified models that are very efficient. At the other end are executable register transfer models with a typical simulation overhead of two or three orders of magnitude. The Simon Simulation and Development System requires a highly efficient and executable performance simulation model. These requirements are met by a new simulation methodology, direct execution simulation.; The thesis describes computer performance models in general and direct execution models in particular. The direct execution one methodology has been used to implement a simulation model for the Motorola MC68020 microprocessor. Details of the implementation are presented along with some results concerning the efficiency and accuracy of the technique.
Type Text
Subject computer simulation; microprocessors; direct execution simulation; computer performance models
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Campbell, W. B. (1985). The efficient modeling of processor behavior and performance.
Series University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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File Name Campbell-The_Efficient_Modeling.pdf
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Date Created 2016-04-27
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