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EUROSYS
2011
ACM
8 years 11 months ago
Finding complex concurrency bugs in large multi-threaded applications
Parallel software is increasingly necessary to take advantage of multi-core architectures, but it is also prone to concurrency bugs which are particularly hard to avoid, find, an...
Pedro Fonseca, Cheng Li, Rodrigo Rodrigues
MICRO
2009
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
Finding concurrency bugs with context-aware communication graphs
Incorrect thread synchronization often leads to concurrency bugs that manifest nondeterministically and are difficult to detect and fix. Past work on detecting concurrency bugs ...
Brandon Lucia, Luis Ceze
CAV
2010
Springer
239views Hardware» more  CAV 2010»
9 years 10 months ago
Universal Causality Graphs: A Precise Happens-Before Model for Detecting Bugs in Concurrent Programs
Triggering errors in concurrent programs is a notoriously difficult task. A key reason for this is the behavioral complexity resulting from the large number of interleavings of op...
Vineet Kahlon, Chao Wang
APSEC
2005
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
An Integrated Solution for Testing and Analyzing Java Applications in an Industrial Setting
Testing a large-scale, real-life commercial software application is a very challenging task due to the constant changes in the software, the involvement of multiple programmers an...
W. Eric Wong, J. Jenny Li
PPPJ
2009
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
Tracking performance across software revisions
Repository-based revision control systems such as CVS, RCS, Subversion, and GIT, are extremely useful tools that enable software developers to concurrently modify source code, man...
Nagy Mostafa, Chandra Krintz
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