Ding-Yong Hong

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Dynamic binary translation (DBT) is a core technology to many important applications such as system virtualization, dynamic binary instrumentation and security. However, there are several factors that often impede its performance: (1) emulation overhead before translation; (2) translation and optimization overhead, and (3) translated code quality. On the(More)
—This paper presents an LLVM+QEMU (LnQ) framework for building high performance and retargetable binary translators with existing compiler modules. Dynamic binary translation is a just-in-time (JIT) compilation from binary code of guest ISA to binary code of host ISA. The quality of translated code is critical to the performance of a dynamic binary(More)
Most dynamic binary translators (DBT) and optimizers (DBO) target binary traces, i.e. frequently executed paths, as code regions to be translated and optimized. Code region formation is the most important first step in all DBTs and DBOs. The quality of the dynamically formed code regions determines the extent and the types of optimization opportunities that(More)
—A scalable and high performance RTI (Runtime Infrastructure) system implements a two-layer architecture to supporting large-scale simulation is proposed in this article. The two-layer architecture, Multiple-FedServ, exploits both centralized and distributed way to manage a simulation. In the first layer, each FedServ is in charge of a number of federates(More)
Dynamic Binary Instrumentation (DBI) is a core technology for building debugging and profiling tools for application executables. Most state-of-the-art DBI systems have focused on the same instruction set architecture (ISA) where the guest binary and the host binary have the same ISA. It is uncommon to have a cross-ISA DBI system, such as a system that(More)
In a large-scale simulation Data Distribution Management (DDM) plays a prominent role in supporting simulation entities as many as possible. In order to provide a flexible solution of region matching to different simulation scenarios, we propose a region matching approach for DDM, MGRID. MGRID can gather run-time information about regions, then evaluate the(More)
Noncontiguous data access is a very common access pattern in many scientific applications. Using POSIX I/O to access many pieces of noncontiguous data segments will generate a lot of I/O requests that cause the I/O system perform poorly. Tow-phase I/O, also called collective I/O, applied by MPI-IO provides a good method to optimize noncontiguous I/O(More)
Full system emulators provide virtual platforms for several important applications, such as kernel and system software development, co-verification with cycle accurate CPU simulators, or application development for hardware still in development. Full system emulators usually use dynamic binary translation to obtain reasonable performance. This paper focuses(More)
With rapid advances in mobile computing, multi-core processors and expanded memory resources are being made available in new mobile devices. This trend will enable a wider range of existing applications to be migrated to mobile devices, for example, running desktop applications in IA-32 (x86) binaries on ARM-based mobile devices transparently using dynamic(More)