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Reducing the power dissipation requires an in-depth examination of each system component, and research over the past few years has been very active in this area [Brooks et al. 2000; Vijaykrishnan et al. 2000]. Power is consumed whenever computing elements are accessed/activated (called dynamic power), and even when the elements are idle (called leakage power). While the latter becomes particularly important with billions of transistors clocked at high frequencies expected to be packed on a single chip, today’s main concern is still the dynamic power, which is proportional to the number of times that the device is exercised.

This scheme is depicted in Figure 2(a). — VI-PT iL1: One way to remove the iTLB from critical path is to index the sets of iL1 using the virtual address, and iTLB is concurrently looked up to obtain the physical address (which is expected to take less time than the iL1 indexing). Consequently, the tag from the physical address is used for the comparison with the corresponding tag bits of the set. As a result, iTLB is not in the critical path anymore, but the downside is that it is still accessed on every instruction fetch incurring energy costs.

The trigger mechanism itself (that is done in hardware or software) will be discussed in detail for each of our approaches in the subsequent discussion. Once we have the current physical frame number in the CFR we can do the next instruction fetch as follows depending on the cache addressing mechanism (described earlier in Section 2): — PI-PT iL1: The page offset is obtained from the low order bits of the PC, and the physical frame number is obtained from the CFR. This constitutes the physical address, and the iL1 is looked up with this address.

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