CARAT: Context-Aware Runtime Adaptive Task Migration for Multi Core Architectures

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Topic: Hardware
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Multi core architectures that are built to reap performance and energy efficiency benefits from the parallel execution of applications often employ runtime adaptive techniques in order to achieve, among others, load balancing, dynamic thermal management, and to enhance the reliability of a system. Typically, such runtime adaptation in the system level requires the ability to quickly and consistently migrate a task from one core to another. For distributed memory architectures, the policy for transferring the task context between source and destination cores is of vital importance to the performance and to the successful operation of the system.

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