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Aug 24, 2011, 8:08:45 AM (8 years ago)
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Intro, related work section

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    7373In the end, as summarized by
    7474Figure~\ref{perf-energy} our Parabix-based XML parser improves the
    75 performance by %?$\times$
     75performance %by ?$\times$
    7676and energy efficiency %by ?$\times$
    7777several-fold compared
    78 to widely-used software parsers and approaching the performance of
     78to widely-used software parsers, approaching the
    7979%?$cycles/input-byte$
    8080performance of ASIC XML
     
    8585Overall we make the following contributions in this paper.
    8686
    87 1) We introduce the Parabix architecture, tool chain and run-time
     871) We outline the Parabix architecture, tool chain and run-time
    8888environment and describe how it may be used to produce efficient
    8989XML parser implementations on a variety of commodity processors.
     
    9292parsing.
    9393
    94 2) We compare our Parabix XML parsers against conventional parsers
     942) We compare Parabix XML parsers against conventional parsers
    9595and assess the improvement in overall performance and energy efficiency
    9696on each platform.   We are the first to compare and contrast SSE/AVX extensions across
     
    176176Section~\ref{section:multithread} then looks at the multithreading of the
    177177Parabix XML parser using pipeline parallelism.
     178Section~\ref{section:related} discusses related work, while
    178179Section~\ref{section:conclusion} concludes the paper.
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