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Dec 13, 2011, 5:37:36 PM (8 years ago)
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cameron
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    1010processing'' operations on the source input.
    1111
    12 Our results demonstrate that Parabix-XML's optimizations complement
    13 newer hardware improvements. For bit stream processing,
    14 \CITHREE{} has a 40\% performance increase over \CO{};
    15 similarly, \SB{} has a 20\% improvement compared to
    16 \CITHREE{}. These gains appear independent of the markup.
    17 Postprocessing operations
    18 demonstrate data dependent variance. Performance on the \CITHREE{} increases by
    19 27\%--40\% compared to \CO{} whereas \SB{} increases by 16\%--29\%
    20 compared to \CITHREE{}.
    21 \CITHREE\ improves performance only by 29\% over \CO\ while \SB\
    22 improves performance by less than 6\% over \CITHREE{}. Note that the
    23 gains of \CITHREE\ over \CO\ includes an improvement both in clock
    24 frequency and microarchitecture while \SB{}'s gains are mainly attributed to the architecture.
    25 Figure \ref{Parabix_all_platform} also shows the average power consumption of
    26 Parabix-XML over each workload and as executed on each of the processors:
    27 \CO{}, \CITHREE\ and \SB{}.  Each generation of processor appears to bring a 25--30\% improvement
    28 in power consumption over the previous generation. Parabix-XML on \SB\ consumes 72\%--75\% less energy than it did on \CO{}.
    2912
    30 \begin{figure}[!htb]
     13\begin{figure}[htb]
    3114\begin{center}
    3215{
     
    6144\end{figure*}
    6245
     46Our results demonstrate that Parabix-XML's optimizations complement
     47newer hardware improvements. For bit stream processing,
     48\CITHREE{} has a 40\% performance increase over \CO{};
     49similarly, \SB{} has a 20\% improvement compared to
     50\CITHREE{}. These gains appear independent of the markup.
     51Postprocessing operations
     52demonstrate data dependent variance. Performance on the \CITHREE{} increases by
     5327\%--40\% compared to \CO{} whereas \SB{} increases by 16\%--29\%
     54compared to \CITHREE{}.
     55\CITHREE\ improves performance only by 29\% over \CO\ while \SB\
     56improves performance by less than 6\% over \CITHREE{}. Note that the
     57gains of \CITHREE\ over \CO\ includes an improvement both in clock
     58frequency and microarchitecture while \SB{}'s gains are mainly attributed to the architecture.
     59Figure \ref{Parabix_all_platform} also shows the average power consumption of
     60Parabix-XML over each workload and as executed on each of the processors:
     61\CO{}, \CITHREE\ and \SB{}.  Each generation of processor appears to bring a 25--30\% improvement
     62in power consumption over the previous generation. Parabix-XML on \SB\ consumes 72\%--75\% less energy than it did on \CO{}.
    6363
    6464\def\CORTEXA8{Cortex-A8}
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