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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × Hungary
1 × Italy
1 × Sweden
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
H.Mössenböck T.Würthinger M.Franz C.Häubl P.Fegade D.Simon C.Humer A.Wöß V.Jovanovic C.Stancu S.Kulkarni J.Cavazos E.Eckstein L.Stadler G.Duboscq S.Brunthaler P.Larsen C.Wirth G.Wagner A.Gal B.Eich D.Ansaloni W.Binder Peter Hofer Paul Wögerer P.B.Kessler Oleg Pliss G.Richards M.Wolczko C.Seaton Matthias Grimmer
Talks about:
java (5) inlin (4) languag (2) heurist (2) automat (2) memori (2) machin (2) applic (2) trace (2) optim (2)

Person: Christian Wimmer

DBLP DBLP: Wimmer:Christian

Contributed to:

ISMM 20152015
GPCE 20142014
CGO 20132013
Onward! 20132013
SAC 20122012
SAC 20122013
ISMM 20112011
OOPSLA 20112011
CGO 20102010
CC 20082008
CGO 20082008
CC 20172017
CC 20202020
OOPSLA 20192019
PLDI 20172017

Wrote 15 papers:

ISMM-2015-StancuWBLF #hybrid #java #memory management #performance
Safe and efficient hybrid memory management for Java (CS, CW, SB, PL, MF), pp. 81–92.
GPCE-2014-HumerWWWW #abstract syntax tree #domain-specific language #self
A domain-specific language for building self-optimizing AST interpreters (CH, CW, CW, AW, TW), pp. 123–132.
CGO-2013-KulkarniCWS #automation #heuristic #machine learning #using
Automatic construction of inlining heuristics using machine learning (SK, JC, CW, DS), p. 12.
Onward-2013-WurthingerWWSDHRSW #virtual machine
One VM to rule them all (TW, CW, AW, LS, GD, CH, GR, DS, MW), pp. 187–204.
SAC-2012-HaublWM #evaluation #heuristic #java
Evaluation of trace inlining heuristics for Java (CH, CW, HM), pp. 1871–1876.
SAC-PL-J-2012-HaublWM13 #java
Context-sensitive trace inlining for Java (CH, CW, HM), pp. 123–141.
ISMM-2011-WagnerGWEF #memory management #web
Compartmental memory management in a modern web browser (GW, AG, CW, BE, MF), pp. 119–128.
OOPSLA-2011-WurthingerABWM #aspect-oriented #evolution #java #runtime
Safe and atomic run-time code evolution for Java and its application to dynamic AOP (TW, DA, WB, CW, HM), pp. 825–844.
CGO-2010-WimmerF #linear
Linear scan register allocation on SSA form (CW, MF), pp. 170–179.
CC-2008-WurthingerWM #dependence #graph #visualisation
Visualization of Program Dependence Graphs (TW, CW, HM), pp. 193–196.
CGO-2008-WimmerM #array #automation #java #virtual machine
Automatic array inlining in java virtual machines (CW, HM), pp. 14–23.
CC-2017-WimmerJEW #compilation
One compiler: deoptimization to optimized code (CW, VJ, EE, TW), pp. 55–64.
CC-2020-FegadeW #analysis #data type #modelling #pointer #scalability #semantics #using
Scalable pointer analysis of data structures using semantic models (PF, CW), pp. 39–50.
OOPSLA-2019-WimmerSHJWKPW #performance
Initialize once, start fast: application initialization at build time (CW, CS, PH, VJ, PW, PBK, OP, TW), p. 29.
PLDI-2017-WurthingerWHWSS #partial evaluation
Practical partial evaluation for high-performance dynamic language runtimes (TW, CW, CH, AW, LS, CS, GD, DS, MG), pp. 662–676.

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