ISMM 2017
2017 ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM 2017)
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2017 ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM 2017), June 18, 2017, Barcelona, Spain

ISMM 2017 – Proceedings

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Bridging the Gap between Memory Performance and Massive Parallelism: The Critical Role of Programming Systems Innovations (Keynote)
Xipeng ShenORCID logo
(North Carolina State University, USA)

Garbage Collection

NG2C: Pretenuring Garbage Collection with Dynamic Generations for HotSpot Big Data Applications
Rodrigo Bruno, Luís Picciochi Oliveira, and Paulo Ferreira
(INESC-ID, Portugal; University of Lisbon, Portugal; Feedzai, Portugal)
Type-Assisted Automatic Garbage Collection for Lock-Free Data Structures
Albert Mingkun Yang and Tobias Wrigstad ORCID logo
(Uppsala University, Sweden)

Clever Data Tricks

A Marshalled Data Format for Pointers in Relocatable Data Blocks
Nick Vrvilo, Lechen Yu, and Vivek Sarkar
(Rice University, USA)
Flexible and Efficient Memory Object Metadata
Zhengyang Liu and John Criswell ORCID logo
(Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China; University of Rochester, USA)
Shadow State Encoding for Efficient Monitoring of Block-Level Properties
Kostyantyn Vorobyov, Julien SignolesORCID logo, and Nikolai Kosmatov
(CEA LIST, France)

Hybrid Memory Systems

Analyzing Memory Management Methods on Integrated CPU-GPU Systems
Mohammad Dashti and Alexandra Fedorova
(University of British Columbia, Canada)
Continuous Checkpointing of HTM Transactions in NVM
Ellis Giles, Kshitij Doshi ORCID logo, and Peter Varman
(Rice University, USA; Intel, USA)
RTHMS: A Tool for Data Placement on Hybrid Memory System
Ivy Bo Peng, Roberto Gioiosa, Gokcen Kestor, Pietro Cicotti, Erwin Laure, and Stefano Markidis
(KTH, Sweden; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA; University of California at San Diego, USA)

A Deeper Look

"What's in a Name?" Going Beyond Allocation Site Names in Heap Analysis
Vini Kanvar and Uday P. Khedker
(IIT Bombay, India)
A Refinement Hierarchy for Free List Memory Allocators
Bin Fang and Mihaela Sighireanu
(East China Normal University, China; University Paris Diderot, France; CNRS, France)
Avoiding Consistency Exceptions Under Strong Memory Models
Minjia Zhang ORCID logo, Swarnendu Biswas, and Michael D. Bond ORCID logo
(Microsoft Research, USA; University of Texas at Austin, USA; Ohio State University, USA)

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