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Developing with Flexus

Tuesday November 8, 2005
Hamerschlag Hall D-210
4:00 pm

This is a practice talk for the SimFlex tutorial at Micro-38.

Thomas Wenisch
Carnegie Mellon University

The SimFlex project at CMU seeks to create fast, accurate, and flexible methods and tools for the simulation of computer systems. Flexus is a family of component-based C++ computer architecture simulators developed as a part of SimFlex. Flexus enables full-system timing-accurate simulation of uni- and multiprocessor systems running unmodified commercial applications and operating systems.

In this talk, I will present an introduction to developing simulation models with Flexus. This talk is the final part of the SimFlex tutorial to be presented at MICRO-38.

Tom Wenisch is a fifth year PhD student in computer architecture, working with Prof. Babak Falsafi. Tom makes databases run faster on multiprocessors.


Department of Electrical and Computer EngineeringCarnegie Mellon UniversitySchool of Computer Science