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HPCA
2002
IEEE
10 years 2 months ago
Fine-Grain Priority Scheduling on Multi-Channel Memory Systems
Configurations of contemporary DRAM memory systems become increasingly complex. A recent study [5] shows that application performance is highly sensitive to choices of configura...
Zhichun Zhu, Zhao Zhang, Xiaodong Zhang
ASPLOS
1996
ACM
10 years 1 months ago
Shasta: A Low Overhead, Software-Only Approach for Supporting Fine-Grain Shared Memory
This paper describes Shasta, a system that supports a shared address space in software on clusters of computers with physically distributed memory. A unique aspect of Shasta compa...
Daniel J. Scales, Kourosh Gharachorloo, Chandramoh...
ISCA
1993
IEEE
125views Hardware» more  ISCA 1993»
10 years 1 months ago
Evaluation of Mechanisms for Fine-Grained Parallel Programs in the J-Machine and the CM-5
er uses an abstract machine approach to compare the mechanisms of two parallel machines: the J-Machine and the CM-5. High-level parallel programs are translated by a single optimi...
Ellen Spertus, Seth Copen Goldstein, Klaus E. Scha...
FTDCS
1999
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
A Simulation Model of Task Cluster Scheduling in Distributed Systems
This paper addresses issues of task clustering-the coalition of several fine grain tasks into single coarser grain tasks called task clusters+md task cluster scheduling on distrib...
Helen D. Karatza
ISCA
1995
IEEE
118views Hardware» more  ISCA 1995»
10 years 1 months ago
The EM-X Parallel Computer: Architecture and Basic Performance
Latency tolerance is essential in achieving high performance on parallel computers for remote function calls and fine-grained remote memory accesses. EM-X supports interprocessor ...
Yuetsu Kodama, Hirohumi Sakane, Mitsuhisa Sato, Ha...
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