PDATS II: improved compression of address traces

@inproceedings{Johnson1999PDATSII,
  title={PDATS II: improved compression of address traces},
  author={E. E. Johnson},
  booktitle={IPCCC},
  year={1999}
}
The tremendous storage space required for a useful data base of memory reference traces has prompted a search for trace compaction techniques. PDATS is the standard trace format used in the NMSU TraceBase, a widely used archive of memory and instruction traces. The PDATS family of trace compression techniques achieves trace coding densities of about six references per byte — with no loss of reference type or address information — by using differential run-length encoding. This paper proposes an… CONTINUE READING
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