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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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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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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
ASPLOS
2011
ACM
11 years 1 months ago
Sponge: portable stream programming on graphics engines
Graphics processing units (GPUs) provide a low cost platform for accelerating high performance computations. The introduction of new programming languages, such as CUDA and OpenCL...
Amir Hormati, Mehrzad Samadi, Mark Woh, Trevor N. ...
ASPLOS
2011
ACM
11 years 1 months ago
Inter-core prefetching for multicore processors using migrating helper threads
Multicore processors have become ubiquitous in today’s systems, but exploiting the parallelism they offer remains difficult, especially for legacy application and applications ...
Md Kamruzzaman, Steven Swanson, Dean M. Tullsen
ASPLOS
2011
ACM
11 years 1 months ago
On-the-fly elimination of dynamic irregularities for GPU computing
The power-efficient massively parallel Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) have become increasingly influential for scientific computing over the past few years. However, their ef...
Eddy Z. Zhang, Yunlian Jiang, Ziyu Guo, Kai Tian, ...
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