High Performance Memory Management for A Multi-core Architecture (HPMMFMA)

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  • Ahmed MATEEN
  • Lareab CHAUDHARY


Memory hierarchy, object mapping, object management, cache mapping


In this research our focus is to solve complications just like undernourishment, complication, along with unknown DRAM admittance latency,
many of us existing the DRAM admittance operations structure Sensible Active Pipelining (FDP) ram admittance arranging with a couple
important characteristics. In multi-core systems, almost all cores discuss the DRAM bandwidth causes it to be turn into a vital distributed
learning resource. Evaluations with different common strategies revealed which our objects operations is usually prevalent inside spatial
along with temporary factors about ram parallel admittance effectiveness along with prices a smaller amount space for storing to prepare
objects when compared with URL set up thing firm. Many of us existing Hierarchical Propagated Memory space (HSM) structure that may
be hierarchically constructed ram distributed through multi-cores. The particular test consequence revealed which the FDP arranging helps
make the bandwidth stocks to achieve sought after common latencies pertaining to variable cores ram accesses. A whole new moderately-broad
mapping policy helpful to guide info amongst dissimilar amounts of accumulation along with ram, which encourages the consistency involving
distributed ram. This report dependent on the recommended authentic scalable, triple- based multi-core structure offering equipment stage
support pertaining to object-oriented system. Second, it offers a superior a alterable top precedence approach to help make the reply involving
ram extra comparatively. Along with a fresh objects operations also recommended. 1st, the structure prevents sudden lengthy latencies or
maybe undernourishment involving ram asks for when using the dynamic pipeline design policy




How to Cite

MATEEN, A., & CHAUDHARY, L. (2019). High Performance Memory Management for A Multi-core Architecture (HPMMFMA). International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences, 9(2), 62–65. Retrieved from https://ijnes.org/index.php/ijnes/article/view/230