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Accommodating workload diversity in chip multiprocessors

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As the available concurrency varies widely for diverse applications or different execution phases of an individual program, the number of resource allocated should be adjusted dynamically for high utilization rate while not compromising performance.

In this paper, aiming at resource management in flexible architecture, an implementation of confidence predictor, referred as speculative depth estimator (SDE), is introduced, which is able to conduct the real-time resource tuning.

Huang The thrifty barrier: Energy-efficient synchronization in shared-memory multiprocessors In Intl. on High-Performance Computer Architecture, Madrid, Spain, Feb.

Torrellas Speculative synchronization: Programmability and performance for parallel codes In IEEE Micro Top Picks from Microarchitecture Conferences, Nov.-Dec. Torrellas Speculative Synchronization: Applying Thread-Level Speculation to explicitly parallel applications In Intl. on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems, San Jose, CA, Oct.

Many techniques have been proposed in this area, and some of them have been implemented such as the well-known DVFS technique which is used in nearly all modern microprocessors. The Applications of Computational Intelligence CI and Soft Computing tool in Bioinformatics is also one of his interests.

This paper explores the concepts of multi-core, trending research areas in the field of multi-core processors and then concentrates on power management issues in multi-core architectures. He served as a member of the international program committees of numerous international conferences.

He is a founder member of the IEEE SMC Society Technical Committee on Enterprise Information Systems (EIS).

From 2002 to 2004 he was a vice dean for student affair the Faculty of Computer Science and Inf., Univ. He was awarded with the Highly Commended Award from Emerald Literati Club 2002 for his research on network security.

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