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A parallel, distributed simulator for multicores.
GLSL C++ C Other
Latest commit 1b4bb98 @mit-carbon Merge pull request #9 from fhijaz/master
Add Private-L1, Shared-L2 MESI Coherence Protocol
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common Private-L1, Shared-L2 MESI Coherence Protocol
contrib [mcpat][contrib] Removed -Wall from
docs [Automated tests] Removed redundant tests.cfg and associated document…
lib Revert "[misc] Remove lib dir."
pin [cfg] Removed the enable_syscall_modeling flag
qemu This is the first commit! The Makefile recursion used to build the si…
results [Gathering results of all experiments] Added infrastructure to gather…
technology [dvfs table] Updated the DVFS table with real processor data
tests [random] The random number generator class is now based on drand48_r …
tools [parsec] Patch for creating empty output directory in facesim
.gitignore [gitignore] Removed unneeded files from .gitignore
LICENSE Add new LICENSE and README files at the top level
Makefile.config [pin] Upgraded to Pin version 2.13-62141
README Add new LICENSE and README files at the top level
carbon_sim.cfg Restored carbon_sim.cfg to original form


This is the source code for the Graphite multicore simulator developed
by the Carbon research group in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial
Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).  Please refer to the LICENSE file in
the top level directory for licensing and copyright information.  For
the latest version of the software or additional information, please
see our website:

If you are using Graphite, please let us know by posting a message on
our user forum.  If you use Graphite in your research please
acknowledge us by referencing our HPCA 2010 paper:

Jason E. Miller, Harshad Kasture, George Kurian, Charles Gruenwald
III, Nathan Beckmann, Christopher Celio, Jonathan Eastep and Anant
Agarwal, "Graphite: A Distributed Parallel Simulator for Multicores"
The 16th IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Computer
Architecture (HPCA), Jan 2010.
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