Runtime optimizations for a Java DSM implementation

@inproceedings{Veldema2001RuntimeOF,
  title={Runtime optimizations for a Java DSM implementation},
  author={Ronald Veldema and Rutger F. H. Hofman and Raoul Bhoedjang and Henri E. Bal},
  booktitle={Java Grande},
  year={2001}
}
Jackal is a fine-grained distributed shared memory implementation of the Java programming language. Jackal implements Java's memory model and allows multithreaded Java programs to run unmodified on distributed-memory systems. This paper focuses on Jackal's runtime system, which implements a multiple-writer, home-based consistency protocol. Protocol actions are triggered by software access checks that Jackal's compiler inserts before object and array references. We describe optimizations for… CONTINUE READING

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