Browse by Author "Snir, Marc"
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Wei, Mingliang; Snir, Marc; Torrellas, Josep; Tremaine, R. Brett (2005-02)Many important scientific and engineering applications execute sub-optimally on current commodity processors and servers. Specifically, since they frequently use caches ineffectively, they are often heavily bottlenecked ...
Yu, Jing; Baghsorkhi, Sara; Snir, Marc (2005-04)We propose in this paper a new approach to study the temporal and spatial locality of codes using a plot of cache miss bandwidth as a function of cache size and line size for a fully associative LRU cache. We apply this ...
Snir, Marc; Yu, Jing (2005-07)This paper studies the theory of caching and temporal and spatial locality. We show the following results: (1) hashing can be used to guarantee that caches with limited associativity behave as well as fully associative ...
Zhang, Junchao; Behzad, Babak; Snir, Marc (2011-02-27)Partitioned global address space (PGAS) languages like UPC or Fortran provide a global name space to the user. This facilitates the expression of parallel algorithms, since communication is implicit, as compared to message ...
Snir, Marc (2006-07)The report presents the design for a new parallel programming language, PPL1. The language borrows on Java and provides a global view of data and control, while allowing user control of resource allocation and data ...
Bocchino, Robert L., Jr.; Adve, Vikram S.; Adve, Sarita V.; Snir, Marc (2008-11)We examine the problem of providing a parallel programming model that guarantees deterministic semantics. We propose a research agenda focusing on the following questions: 1. How to guarantee determinism in a modern ...
Bocchino, Robert L., Jr.; Adve, Vikram S.; Adve, Sarita V.; Snir, Marc (2008-10)We examine the problem of providing a parallel programming model that guarantees deterministic semantics. We propose a research agenda focusing on the following questions: 1. How to guarantee determinism in a modern ...
Kjolstad, Fredrik Berg; Dig, Danny; Acevedo, Gabriel; Snir, Marc (2010-06-07)It is common for Object-Oriented programs to contain mutable and immutable classes. Immutable classes simplify sequential programing because the programmer does not have to reason about side-effects. Immutable classes ...
A Transformation to Convert Packing Code to Compact Datatypes for Efficient Zero-Copy Data Transfer Fredrik Kjolstad; Hoefler, Torsten; Snir, Marc (2011-08)Many high performance applications spend considerable time packing data into contiguous communication buffers. Datatypes provide an alternative by describing the layout of the communicated data. This empowers the runtime ...