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    9191\footnote{The actual energy consumption of the XML
    9292  ASIC chips is not published by the companies.}
    93 
    94 Overall we make the following contributions in this paper.
     93%
     94Overall we make the following contributions:
    9595
    96961) We outline the Parabix architecture, tool chain and run-time
     
    9999While studied in the context of XML parsing, the Parabix framework
    100100can be widely applied to many problems in text processing and
    101 parsing.
     101parsing.  We have realeased Parabix completely open source
     102 and are interested in exploring the applications that can take
     103 advantage of our tool chain(\textit{http://anonymous}).
    102104
    103 2) We compare Parabix XML parsers against conventional parsers and
     105
     1062) We compare the Parabix XML parser against conventional parsers and
    104107assess the improvement in overall performance and energy efficiency on
    105 each platform.  We are the first to compare and contrast SSE/AVX
    106 extensions across multiple generation of Intel processors and show
    107 that there are performance challenges when using newer generation SIMD
    108 extensions. We compare the ARM Neon extensions against the x86 SIMD
    109 extensions and comment on the latency of SIMD operations across these
    110 architectures.
     108variety of hardware platforms.  We are the first to compare and
     109contrast SSE/AVX extensions across multiple generation of Intel
     110processors and show that there are performance challenges when using
     111newer generation SIMD extensions. We compare the ARM Neon extensions
     112against the x86 SIMD extensions and comment on the latency of SIMD
     113operations.
    111114
    1121153) Finally, building on the SIMD parallelism of Parabix technology,
     
    120123Section~\ref{section:background} presents background material on XML
    121124parsing and provides insight into the inefficiency of traditional
    122 parsers on mainstream processors.  Section~\ref{section:parabix}
    123 describes the Parabix architecture, tool chain and run-time
    124 environment.  Section~\ref{section:parser} describes the application
    125 of the Parabix framework to the construction of an XML parser
    126 enforcing all the well-formedness rules of the XML specification.
    127 Section~\ref{section:baseline} presents a detailed performance
    128 analysis of Parabix on a \CITHREE\ system using hardware performance
    129 counters and compares it against conventional parsers.
     125parsers.  Section~\ref{section:parabix} describes the Parabix
     126architecture, tool chain and run-time environment.
     127Section~\ref{section:parser} describes the our design of an XML parser
     128based on the Parabix framework.  Section~\ref{section:baseline}
     129presents a detailed performance analysis of Parabix on a
     130\CITHREE\ system using hardware performance counters.
    130131Section~\ref{section:scalability} compares the performance and energy
    131132efficiency of 128 bit SIMD extensions across three generations of
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