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HPCA
2000
IEEE
11 years 4 months ago
Software-Controlled Multithreading Using Informing Memory Operations
Memorylatency isbecominganincreasingly importantperformance bottleneck, especially in multiprocessors. One technique for tolerating memory latency is multithreading, whereby we sw...
Todd C. Mowry, Sherwyn R. Ramkissoon
WOSP
2004
ACM
11 years 5 months ago
Collecting whole-system reference traces of multiprogrammed and multithreaded workloads
The simulated evaluation of memory management policies relies on reference traces—logs of memory operations performed by running processes. No existing approach to reference tra...
Scott F. Kaplan
TJS
2010
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10 years 6 months ago
Analyzing and enhancing the parallel sort operation on multithreaded architectures
The Sort operation is a core part of many critical applications. Despite the large efforts to parallelize it, the fact that it suffers from high data-dependencies vastly limits it...
Layali K. Rashid, Wessam Hassanein, Moustafa A. Ha...
ICDCS
1997
IEEE
11 years 4 months ago
Multi-threading and Remote Latency in Software DSMs
This paper evaluates the use of per-node multi-threading to hide remote memory and synchronization latencies in a software DSM. As with hardware systems, multi-threading in softwa...
Kritchalach Thitikamol, Peter J. Keleher
USENIX
2000
11 years 1 months ago
Malloc() Performance in a Multithreaded Linux Environment
Network servers make special demands that other types of applications may not make on memory allocators. We describe a simple malloc() microbenchmark suite that tests the ability ...
Chuck Lever, David Boreham
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