Monday, December 05, 2011
Memory tuning allows you to choose memory-related parameters for each on-chip processor core that balance system performance, processor area (cost), and memory size by exploring a target application's sensitivity to these memory-system parameters. The processor core's instruction-set simulator (ISS) plays a key and central role in this assessment because the ISS can model and report the expected system performance, providing a breakdown of memory-related stalls. Read the white paper.
Posted by Tensilica at 10:16 AM