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Monitoring and Control of Temperature in Networks-on-Chip

Authors Tim Wegner, Claas Cornelius, Andreas Tockhorn, Dirk Timmermann



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Tim Wegner
Claas Cornelius
Andreas Tockhorn
Dirk Timmermann

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Tim Wegner, Claas Cornelius, Andreas Tockhorn, and Dirk Timmermann. Monitoring and Control of Temperature in Networks-on-Chip. In Sixth Doctoral Workshop on Mathematical and Engineering Methods in Computer Science (MEMICS'10) -- Selected Papers. Open Access Series in Informatics (OASIcs), Volume 16, pp. 124-131, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2011)
https://doi.org/10.4230/OASIcs.MEMICS.2010.124

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Increasing integration densities and the emergence of nanotechnology cause issues related to reliability and power consumption to become dominant factors for the design of modern multi-core systems. Since the arising problems are enforced by high circuit temperatures, monitoring and control of on-chip temperature profiles need to be considered during design phase as well as during system operation. Hence, in this paper different approaches for the realization and integration of a monitoring system for temperature in multi-core systems based on Networks-on-Chip (NoCs) in combination with Dynamic Frequency Scaling (DFS) are investigated. Results show that both combinations using event-driven and time-driven forwarding more than double overall execution time and considerably reduce throughput of application data. Regarding performance of notification and reaction to temperature development event-driven forwarding clearly outperforms time-driven forwarding.
Keywords
  • Network-on-Chip
  • Reliability
  • Monitoring
  • Temperature
  • Control

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