WWC-4: IEEE 4th Annual Workshop on Workload Characterization

December 2, 2001

Held in Conjunction with MICRO-34

ACES Building (map)
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas, USA

Call for Papers

Committee Members

Advance Program
(Posted 11/07/2001)

Workload behavior studies are extremely important in guiding the design of computer architectures. With the proliferation of the World Wide Web, several new computer applications and programming paradigms are emerging. It is essential to understand the characteristics of these emerging workloads in order to design efficient architectures for them. This one-day workshop, sponsored by IEEE and the Technical Committee on Computer Architecture, will focus on characterization of workloads from commercial and scientific computing. The workshop welcomes submissions on characterization of web server, database, transaction processing, multimedia, Java, network, and scientific workloads. Studies focusing on abstract models for workloads are also encouraged.

Past Workshops
3rd Workshop on Workload Characterization (2000)
2nd Workshop on Workload Characterization (1999)
1st Workshop on Workload Characterization (1998)

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