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Unformatted text preview: CS6290 High-Performance Computer Architecture Project 1 GT-KU GTID : 902520890 Sang Hyun Kim Part 1 : Setting up the simulator A) How many target instructions were simulated per native second (Exe Speed in the report)? Answer 443.439 KIPS B) How much native time did the simulation take (Exe Time in the report)? Answer 257.550 secs C) How much target time was simulated (Sim Time in the report)? Answer 29.586 msec D) What is the accuracy of the simulated branch direction predictor (BPred) in this simulation? Answer 90.85% E) What is the IPC achieved by the target processor in this simulation? Answer 0.77 Part 2 : Compiling and simulating a small application A) How many instructions were executed on the target machine? Answer 6,814 B) Why does it take so many instructions to execute even this small program? Answer Main code of the program is very simple but there is one function call, printf . This function includes sub functions inside and these functions are long and have some branches inside: if else, etc. Branches that were functions inside and these functions are long and have some branches inside: if else, etc....
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2010 for the course CS 6290 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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