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The Yin and Yang of Hardware Heterogeneity: Can Software Survive?
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by Kathryn S. McKinley on Jan 12, 2014 |

Kathryn S. McKinley discusses research approaches and results that abstract, choose, and exploit hardware heterogeneity providing computational power at low energy consumption levels.


Kathryn S. McKinley is a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research. She is co-Chair of the CRA Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research, and has testified on the issue of information technology innovation to the U.S. House Science Committee. Dr. McKinley has graduated 17 PhD students. She is an IEEE Fellow and an ACM Fellow.

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