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aiCache is a tool for predicting a program's intrinsic instruction cache behavior. In other words, aiCache classifies most references to the instruction memory (instruction fetches) as cache hits or misses.

There is a tremendous gap between the cycle times of modern microprocessors and the access times of main memory. Cache memories usually work without any hitches, yet under some circumstances minimal changes in the program code or program input may lead to dramatic changes in cache behavior.

aiCache determines the worst-case intrinsic cache behavior of your task. It allows you to check for the absence of cache conflicts affecting the time-critical parts of your code.

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