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Dec 14, 2011, 2:27:41 PM (8 years ago)
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ashriram
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    1010energy costs. Parabix-XML can improve performance and reduce energy consumption
    1111by improving the overall computation efficiency.
    12 However, up to this point, we restricted Parabix-XML to a
    13 single core. In this section, we discuss our parallelized version of Parabix-XML
     12 In this section, we discuss our parallelized version of Parabix-XML
    1413to study the effects of thread-level parallelism in
    1514conjunction with Parabix-XML's data parallelism.
     
    4847neither speculation nor pre-parsing.
    4948As described in Section~\ref{section:parser}, Parabix-XML consists of multiple
    50 passes that, on every chunk of input data, interact with each other
     49passes that operate on every chunk of input data, and interact with each other
    5150in sequence with no data movement from later to earlier
    5251passes. This fits well into the mold of pipeline parallelism. We
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