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CoCo: Sound and Adaptive Replacement of Java Collections

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CoCo: Sound and Adaptive Replacement of Java Collections
Inefficient use of Java containers is an important source of run-time inefficiencies in large applications. This paper presents an application-level dynamic optimization technique called CoCo, that exploits algorithmic advantages of Java collections to improve performance. CoCo dynamically identifies optimal Java collection objects and safely performs run-time collection replacement, both using pure Java code. At the heart of this technique is a framework that abcontainer elements to achieve efficiency and that concretizes abstractions to achieve soundness. We have implemented part of the Java collection framework as instances of this framework, and developed a static CoCo compiler to generate Java code that performs optimizations. This work is the first step towards achieving the ultimate goal of automatically optimizing away semantic inefficiencies.
Guoqing (Harry) Xu
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Type Journal
Year 2013
Where ECOOP
Authors Guoqing (Harry) Xu
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