ISMM 2018
2018 ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM 2018)
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2018 ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM 2018), June 18, 2018, Philadelphia, PA, USA

ISMM 2018 – Advance Table of Contents

Contents - Abstracts - Authors


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Message from the Chairs

Reference Counting and Techniques for C-Family Languages

Detailed Heap Profiling
Stuart Byma and James R. Larus
(EPFL, Switzerland)
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FRC: A High-Performance Concurrent Parallel Deferred Reference Counter for C++
Charles Tripp, David Hyde, and Benjamin Grossman-Ponemon
(Terrain Data, USA; Stanford University, USA)
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Distributed Garbage Collection for General Graphs
Steven R. Brandt, Hari Krishnan, Costas Busch, and Gokarna Sharma
(Louisiana State University, USA; Facebook, n.n.; Kent State University, USA)
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Optimizing for the Web and the Cloud

Hardware-Software Co-optimization of Memory Management in Dynamic Languages
Mohamed Ismail and G. Edward Suh
(Cornell University, USA)
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Dynamic Vertical Memory Scalability for OpenJDK Cloud Applications
Rodrigo Bruno, Paulo Ferreira, Ruslan Synytsky, Tetiana Fydorenchyk, Jia Rao, Hang Huang, and Song Wu
(INESC-ID, Portugal; University of Lisbon, Portugal; Jelastic, n.n.; University of Texas at Arlington, USA; Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
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OMR: Out-of-Core MapReduce for Large Data Sets
Gurneet Kaur, Keval Vora, Sai Charan Koduru, and Rajiv Gupta
(University of California at Riverside, USA; Simon Fraser University, Canada)
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Analyzing the Cache and Scheduling

mPart: Miss-Ratio Curve Guided Partitioning in Key-Value Stores
Daniel Byrne, Nilufer Onder, and Zhenlin Wang
(Michigan Technological University, USA)
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Prediction and Bounds on Shared Cache Demand from Memory Access Interleaving
Jacob Brock, Chen Ding, Rahman Lavaee, Fangzhou Liu, and Liang Yuan
(University of Rochester, USA; Institute of Computing Technology at Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
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Balanced Double Queues for GC Work-Stealing on Weak Memory Models
Michihiro Horie, Hiroshi Horii, Kazunori Ogata, and Tamiya Onodera
(IBM Research, Japan)
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