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IWMM
2011
Springer
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Multicore garbage collection with local heaps
In a parallel, shared-memory, language with a garbage collected heap, it is desirable for each processor to perform minor garbage collections independently. Although obvious, it i...
Simon Marlow, Simon L. Peyton Jones
IWMM
2011
Springer
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On the theory and potential of LRU-MRU collaborative cache management
The goal of cache management is to maximize data reuse. Collaborative caching provides an interface for software to communicate access information to hardware. In theory, it can o...
Xiaoming Gu, Chen Ding
IWMM
2011
Springer
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Memory management in NUMA multicore systems: trapped between cache contention and interconnect overhead
Multiprocessors based on processors with multiple cores usually include a non-uniform memory architecture (NUMA); even current 2-processor systems with 8 cores exhibit non-uniform...
Zoltan Majo, Thomas R. Gross
IWMM
2011
Springer
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A comprehensive evaluation of object scanning techniques
At the heart of all garbage collectors lies the process of identifying and processing reference fields within an object. Despite its key role, and evidence of many different impl...
Robin Garner, Stephen M. Blackburn, Daniel Frampto...
IWMM
2011
Springer
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Waste not, want not: resource-based garbage collection in a shared environment
To achieve optimal performance, garbage-collected applications must balance the sizes of their heaps dynamically. Sizing the heap too small can reduce throughput by increasing the...
Matthew Hertz, Stephen Kane, Elizabeth Keudel, Ton...
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