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CASES
2008
ACM
11 years 7 months ago
Reducing pressure in bounded DBT code caches
Dynamic binary translators (DBT) have recently attracted much attention for embedded systems. The effective implementation of DBT in these systems is challenging due to tight cons...
José Baiocchi, Bruce R. Childers, Jack W. D...
CGO
2004
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
Exploring Code Cache Eviction Granularities in Dynamic Optimization Systems
Dynamic optimization systems store optimized or translated code in a software-managed code cache in order to maximize reuse of transformed code. Code caches store superblocks that...
Kim M. Hazelwood, James E. Smith
DAC
2009
ACM
11 years 10 months ago
Heterogeneous code cache: using scratchpad and main memory in dynamic binary translators
Dynamic binary translation (DBT) can be used to address important issues in embedded systems. DBT systems store translated code in a software-managed code cache. Unlike general-pu...
José Baiocchi, Bruce R. Childers
IEEEINTERACT
2002
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
Code Cache Management Schemes for Dynamic Optimizers
A dynamic optimizer is a software-based system that performs code modifications at runtime, and several such systems have been proposed over the past several years. These systems ...
Kim M. Hazelwood, Michael D. Smith
MICRO
2003
IEEE
142views Hardware» more  MICRO 2003»
11 years 10 months ago
Hardware Support for Control Transfers in Code Caches
Many dynamic optimization and/or binary translation systems hold optimized/translated superblocks in a code cache. Conventional code caching systems suffer from overheads when con...
Ho-Seop Kim, James E. Smith
MICRO
2003
IEEE
135views Hardware» more  MICRO 2003»
11 years 10 months ago
Generational Cache Management of Code Traces in Dynamic Optimization Systems
A dynamic optimizer is a runtime software system that groups a program’s instruction sequences into traces, optimizes those traces, stores the optimized traces in a softwarebase...
Kim M. Hazelwood, Michael D. Smith
CGO
2005
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
Maintaining Consistency and Bounding Capacity of Software Code Caches
Software code caches are becoming ubiquitous, in dynamic optimizers, runtime tool platforms, dynamic translators, fast simulators and emulators, and dynamic compilers. Caching fre...
Derek Bruening, Saman P. Amarasinghe
CGO
2006
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
A Cross-Architectural Interface for Code Cache Manipulation
Software code caches help amortize the overhead of dynamic binary transformation by enabling reuse of transformed code. Since code caches contain a potentiallyaltered copy of ever...
Kim M. Hazelwood, Robert S. Cohn
HIPEAC
2007
Springer
11 years 11 months ago
Reducing Exit Stub Memory Consumption in Code Caches
Abstract. The interest in translation-based virtual execution environments (VEEs) is growing with the recognition of their importance in a variety of applications. However, due to ...
Apala Guha, Kim M. Hazelwood, Mary Lou Soffa
IISWC
2008
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
Evaluating the impact of dynamic binary translation systems on hardware cache performance
Dynamic binary translation systems enable a wide range of applications such as program instrumentation, optimization, and security. DBTs use a software code cache to store previou...
Arkaitz Ruiz-Alvarez, Kim M. Hazelwood
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