Digging for Data Structures

@inproceedings{Cozzie2008DiggingFD,
  title={Digging for Data Structures},
  author={Anthony Cozzie and Frank Stratton and Hui Xue and Samuel T. King},
  booktitle={OSDI},
  year={2008}
}
Because writing computer programs is hard, computer programmers are taught to use encapsulation and modularity to hide complexity and reduce the potential for errors. Their programs will have a high-level, hierarchical structure that reflects their choice of internal abstractions. We designed and forged a system, Laika, that detects this structure in memory using Bayesian unsupervised learning. Because almost all programs use data structures, their memory images consist of many copies of a… CONTINUE READING
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