Mary L. Bailey

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This paper describes a pattern-based approach to building packet classifiers. One novelty of the approach is that it can be implemented efficiently in both software and hardware. A performance study shows that the software implementation is about twice as fast as existing mechanisms, and that the hardware implementation is currently able to keep up with(More)
Voyeur is a prototype system that facilitates the construction of application-specific, visual views of parallel programs. These views range from textual views showing the contents of variables to graphical maps of the state of the computational domain of the program. These views have been instrumental in quickly detecting bugs that would have been(More)
Experience from over five years of building nonshared memory parallel programs using the Poker Parallel Programming Environment has positioned us to evaluate our approach to defining and developing parallel programs. This paper presents the more significant results of our evaluation of Poker. The evaluation is driving our next effort in parallel programming(More)
This paper presents a methodology for empirically determining the amount of parallelism on a CMOS VLSI chip. Six chips are measured, and the effect of input choice and circuit size is studied. The unexpectedly low parallelism measured here suggests that certain strategies for parallel simulators may be doomed, and earlier efforts to extrapolate parallelism(More)
This paper reports on our experience in writing a parallel version of a chaos router simulator using the new data driven parallel language ZPL. The simulator is a large program that tests the capabilities of ZPL. The (parallel) ZPL program is compared with the existing serial implementation on two very different architectures: a 16-processor Intel Paragon(More)
The interactive design of parametric curves and surfaces places a tremendous computational burden on general-purpose workstations. We describe two architectures for a VLSI co-processor chip that generates a large class of spline descriptions extremely quickly. This architecture is based on a generalization of the de Casteljau algorithm for Bézier curves and(More)