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USENIX
1990
9 years 9 months ago
A New Design for Distributed Systems: The Remote Memory Model
This paper describes a new model for constructing distributed systems called the Remote Memory Model. The remote memory model consists of several client machines, one or more dedi...
Douglas Comer, Jim Griffioen
MASCOTS
1996
9 years 9 months ago
Using Remote Memory to Avoid Disk Thrashing: A Simulation Study
The increasing use of high-bandwidth and low-latency networks make possible the use of remote (network) memory as an alternative to disk means of storing an application's dat...
Evangelos P. Markatos
CLUSTER
2009
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
Using a cluster as a memory resource: A fast and large virtual memory on MPI
—The 64-bit OS provides ample memory address space that is beneficial for applications using a large amount of data. This paper proposes using a cluster as a memory resource for...
Hiroko Midorikawa, Kazuhiro Saito, Mitsuhisa Sato,...
ISCA
1995
IEEE
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The EM-X Parallel Computer: Architecture and Basic Performance
Latency tolerance is essential in achieving high performance on parallel computers for remote function calls and fine-grained remote memory accesses. EM-X supports interprocessor ...
Yuetsu Kodama, Hirohumi Sakane, Mitsuhisa Sato, Ha...
HPCA
1997
IEEE
10 years 11 days ago
Global Address Space, Non-Uniform Bandwidth: A Memory System Performance Characterization of Parallel Systems
Many parallel systems offer a simple view of memory: all storage cells are addresseduniformly. Despite a uniform view of the memory, the machines differsignificantly in theirmemo...
Thomas Stricker, Thomas R. Gross
IPPS
1998
IEEE
10 years 12 days ago
COMPaS: A Pentium Pro PC-based SMP Cluster and Its Experience
We have built an eight node SMP cluster called COMPaS (Cluster Of Multi-Processor Systems), each node of which is a quadprocessor Pentium Pro PC. We have designed and implemented a...
Yoshio Tanaka, Motohiko Matsuda, Makoto Ando, Kazu...
ICPADS
1998
IEEE
10 years 12 days ago
Fast Mutual Exclusion Algorithms Using Read-Modify-Write and Atomic Read/Write Registers
: Three fast mutual exclusion algorithms using read-modify-write and atomic read/write registers are presented in a sequence, with an improvement from one to the next. The last alg...
Ting-Lu Huang
HPDC
1999
IEEE
10 years 13 days ago
Dodo: A User-level System for Exploiting Idle Memory in Workstation Clusters
In this paper, we present the design and implementation of Dodo, an e cient user-level system for harvesting idle memory in o -the-shelf clusters of workstations. Dodo enables dat...
Samir Koussih, Anurag Acharya, Sanjeev Setia
HPCS
2002
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
An Evaluation of Thread Migration for Exploiting Distributed Array Locality
Thread migration is one approach to remote memory accesses on distributed memory parallel computers. In thread migration, threads of control migrate between processors to access d...
Stephen Jenks, Jean-Luc Gaudiot
SKG
2006
IEEE
10 years 2 months ago
Remote Memory Management and Prefetching Techniques for Jobs in Grid
Predominant resources for execution of any application are computational power and memory. On one side, computational power has grown many folds faster than memory capacity. On th...
S. Radha, S. Mary Saira Bhanu, N. P. Gopalan
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