Eliot Moss

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We consider the ultimate limits of program-specific garbage collector performance for real programs. We first characterize the GC schedule optimization problem using Markov Decision Processes (MDPs). Based on this characterization, we develop a method of determining, for a given program run and heap size, an optimal schedule of collections for a(More)
It is well-known that programs tend to have multiple phases in their execution. Because phases have impact on micro-architectural features such as caches and branch predictors, they are relevant to program performance Xian et al. [2007], Roh et al. [2009], Gu and Verbrugge [2008] and energy consumption. They are also relevant to detecting whether a program(More)
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