Operating system support for mitigating software scalability bottlenecks on asymmetric multicore processors
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Computer systems are rapidly changing. Over the next few years, we will see wide-scale deployment of dynamically-scheduled processors that can issue multiple instructions every clock cycle, execute instructions out of order, and overlap computation and cache misses
Operating system concepts
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to un- modified applications, and what the associated overheads are remain open.