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COMCOM
2006
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Reducing memory fragmentation in network applications with dynamic memory allocators optimized for performance
The needs for run-time data storage in modern wired and wireless network applications are increasing. Additionally, the nature of these applications is very dynamic, resulting in ...
Stylianos Mamagkakis, Christos Baloukas, David Ati...
CAL
2006
8 years 11 months ago
A Page-based Hybrid (Software-Hardware) Dynamic Memory Allocator
Modern programming languages often include complex mechanisms for dynamic memory allocation and garbage collection. These features drive the need for more efficient implementation ...
Wentong Li, Saraju P. Mohanty, Krishna M. Kavi
NIPS
1996
9 years 17 days ago
Predicting Lifetimes in Dynamically Allocated Memory
Predictions oflifetimesofdynamicallyallocated objects can be used to improve time and space e ciency of dynamic memory management in computer programs. Barrett and Zorn 1993] used...
David A. Cohn, Satinder P. Singh
WIESS
2000
9 years 17 days ago
Dynamic Memory Management with Garbage Collection for Embedded Applications
A software system can be called a safe-system with respect to memory, when it supports only strong-typing and it does not allow for the manual disposal of dynamic memory [2]. The ...
Roberto Brega, Gabrio Rivera
GECCO
2010
Springer
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9 years 4 months ago
Improving reliability of embedded systems through dynamic memory manager optimization using grammatical evolution
Technology scaling has offered advantages to embedded systems, such as increased performance, more available memory and reduced energy consumption. However, scaling also brings a...
José Manuel Colmenar, José L. Risco-...
IEEEPACT
2002
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
Software Bubbles: Using Predication to Compensate for Aliasing in Software Pipelines
This paper describes a technique for utilizing predication to support software pipelining on EPIC architectures in the presence of dynamic memory aliasing. The essential idea is t...
Benjamin Goldberg, Emily Crutcher, Chad Huneycutt,...
CODES
2002
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
Hardware support for real-time embedded multiprocessor system-on-a-chip memory management
The aggressive evolution of the semiconductor industry — smaller process geometries, higher densities, and greater chip complexity — has provided design engineers the means to...
Mohamed Shalan, Vincent John Mooney III
ISVLSI
2003
IEEE
147views VLSI» more  ISVLSI 2003»
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Automated Dynamic Memory Data Type Implementation Exploration and Optimization
The behavior of many algorithms is heavily determined by the input data. Furthermore, this often means that multiple and completely different execution paths can be followed, also...
Marc Leeman, Chantal Ykman-Couvreur, David Atienza...
PATMOS
2004
Springer
9 years 4 months ago
Modular Construction and Power Modelling of Dynamic Memory Managers for Embedded Systems
Portableembeddeddevicesmustpresentlyrunmultimediaandwireless network applications with enormous computational performance requirements at a low energy consumption. In these applica...
David Atienza, Stylianos Mamagkakis, Francky Catth...
WWIC
2005
Springer
197views Communications» more  WWIC 2005»
9 years 4 months ago
Reducing Memory Fragmentation with Performance-Optimized Dynamic Memory Allocators in Network Applications
The needs for run-time data storage in modern wired and wireless network applications are increasing. Additionally, the nature of these applications is very dynamic, resulting in ...
Stylianos Mamagkakis, Christos Baloukas, David Ati...
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