Measuring the impact of object-oriented techniques in grande applications: a method-level analysis

Abstract

In this work we seek to provide a foundation for the study of the level of use of object-oriented techniques in Java programs in general, and scientific applications in particular. Specifically, we focus on the use of small methods, and the frequency with which they are called, since this forms the basis for the study of method inlining, an important optimisation technique. We compare the Grande and SPEC benchmark suites, and note a significant difference in the nature and composition of these suites.

DOI: 10.1145/583810.583841

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@inproceedings{Gregg2002MeasuringTI, title={Measuring the impact of object-oriented techniques in grande applications: a method-level analysis}, author={David Gregg and James F. Power and John Waldron}, booktitle={Java Grande}, year={2002} }