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The slides and handouts are the same material except that the handouts are formatted with two slides per page.
 
The slides and handouts are the same material except that the handouts are formatted with two slides per page.
  
==HiPEAC Computer Systems Week==
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== ICS 2018: Vector Architecture Exploration with gem5==
This tutorial was held in Gothenburg, Sweden in April 2012. It covers gem5 although for information about Ruby you should look at the ISCA 38 tutorial. We recorded video of the tutorial which is available below.
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[http://gem5.org/ICS2018_gem5_SVE_Tutorial Vector Architecture Exploration with gem5]
* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/gem5_hipeac.pdf Slides]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/01.overview.m4v Overview]
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International Conference on Supercomputing, Beijing (China), June 2018
* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/02.introduction.m4v Introduction]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/03.basics.m4v Basics]
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This tutorial covers the Arm Scalable Vector Extension (SVE) and how to use gem5 to explore system architecture designs of microarchitectures implementing SVE.
* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/04.running_experiment.m4v Running Experiments]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/05.debugging.m4v Debugging]
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== Arm Research Starter Kit on System Modeling using gem5 ==
* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/06.memory.m4v Memory]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/07.cpu_models.m4v CPU Models]
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https://github.com/arm-university/arm-gem5-rsk
* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/08.common_tasks.m4v Common Tasks]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/09.configuration.m4v Configuration]
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Getting started instructions and an overview of the HPI model.
* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/10.conclusions.m4v Conclusion]
 
  
 
== ISCA 45: AMD gem5 APU Model ==
 
== ISCA 45: AMD gem5 APU Model ==
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==ASPLOS 22==
 
==ASPLOS 22==
 
[http://gem5.org/ASPLOS2017_tutorial Full day tutorial on gem5 at ASPLOS 2017]
 
[http://gem5.org/ASPLOS2017_tutorial Full day tutorial on gem5 at ASPLOS 2017]
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==HiPEAC 2012 Computer Systems Week==
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This tutorial was held in Gothenburg, Sweden in April 2012. It covers gem5 although for information about Ruby you should look at the ISCA 38 tutorial. We recorded video of the tutorial which is available below.
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/gem5_hipeac.pdf Slides]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/01.overview.m4v Overview]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/02.introduction.m4v Introduction]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/03.basics.m4v Basics]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/04.running_experiment.m4v Running Experiments]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/05.debugging.m4v Debugging]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/06.memory.m4v Memory]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/07.cpu_models.m4v CPU Models]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/08.common_tasks.m4v Common Tasks]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/09.configuration.m4v Configuration]
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* [http://gem5.org/dist/tutorials/hipeac2012/10.conclusions.m4v Conclusion]
  
 
==ISCA 38==
 
==ISCA 38==

Latest revision as of 04:17, 16 May 2018

We have held a handful of tutorials on M5 at various conferences. Though the material in these tutorials can be out of date, the tutorial materials present a more organized (and in some cases more in-depth) overview than the wiki documentation. We highly recommend taking a look at the most recent tutorial as a complement to the documentation on the wiki.

The slides and handouts are the same material except that the handouts are formatted with two slides per page.

ICS 2018: Vector Architecture Exploration with gem5

Vector Architecture Exploration with gem5

International Conference on Supercomputing, Beijing (China), June 2018

This tutorial covers the Arm Scalable Vector Extension (SVE) and how to use gem5 to explore system architecture designs of microarchitectures implementing SVE.

Arm Research Starter Kit on System Modeling using gem5

https://github.com/arm-university/arm-gem5-rsk

Getting started instructions and an overview of the HPI model.

ISCA 45: AMD gem5 APU Model

AMD gem5 APU Simulator: Modeling GPUs Using the Machine ISA

This tutorial covers the gem5 APU model in detail. In particular, we discuss the model's support for executing GPU machine ISA instructions and the full user space ROCm stack.

Arm Research Summit 2017: gem5 workshop

ARM Research Summit 2017 Workshop covers many advanced topics in gem5 such as Ruby, Garnet, and SystemC.

dist-gem5 at ISCA-44 (Toronto, 2017)

dist-gem5 is a gem5-based simulation infrastructure which enables full-system simulation of a parallel/distributed computer system using multiple simulation hosts.

ASPLOS 22

Full day tutorial on gem5 at ASPLOS 2017

HiPEAC 2012 Computer Systems Week

This tutorial was held in Gothenburg, Sweden in April 2012. It covers gem5 although for information about Ruby you should look at the ISCA 38 tutorial. We recorded video of the tutorial which is available below.

ISCA 38

This tutorial, held in June 2011 at ISCA-38, it covered gem5 (the merger between M5 and GEMS). It was extremely well attended with 65 people participating.

  • Slides
  • Podcasts/video coming soon provided there are no technical difficulties

ASPLOS-13

This tutorial, held in March 2008 at ASPLOS XIII in Seattle, covered M5 2.0 and included several small examples on creating SimObjects and adding parameters.

  • Slides
  • Handouts
  • Video
    • Introduction -- A brief overview of M5, its capabilities and concepts
    • Running -- How to compile and run M5
    • Full System -- Full system benchmarks, disk images, and scripts
    • Objects -- An overview of the various object models that are available out of the box
    • Extending -- M5 internals, defining new objects & parameters, statistics, ISA descriptions, ARM & X86 support, future development
    • Debugging -- Facilities in M5 to aid debugging
  • Description

ISCA-33

This tutorial, held in June 2006 at ISCA 33 in Boston, was the first one to cover M5 2.0.

ISCA-32

Our first tutorial, held in June 2005 at ISCA 32 in Madison, is rather dated as it covered M5 1.X and not 2.0.