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Travelled to:
1 × China
1 × Hungary
1 × United Kingdom
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
G.Brown C.C.Kirkham M.Luján R.E.Jones C.Cameron D.Vengerov D.R.White J.M.Aitken G.Kovoor I.Watson J.Cavazos A.Pocock P.Yiapanis
Talks about:
garbag (3) pattern (2) collect (2) theori (2) runtim (2) econom (2) size (2) java (2) heap (2) experiment (1)

Person: Jeremy Singer

DBLP DBLP: Singer:Jeremy

Contributed to:

ISMM 20152015
ISMM 20132013
ISMM 20112011
Onward! 20112011
ISMM 20102010
LDTA 20092010
SCAM 20082008
ISMM 20072007
QAPL 20062006
SOFTVIS 20062006
SCAM 20052005

Wrote 11 papers:

ISMM-2015-CameronSV #multi
The judgment of forseti: economic utility for dynamic heap sizing of multiple runtimes (CC, JS, DV), pp. 143–156.
Control theory for principled heap sizing (DRW, JS, JMA, REJ), pp. 27–38.
ISMM-2011-SingerKBL #garbage collection #java #multi #pipes and filters
Garbage collection auto-tuning for Java mapreduce on multi-cores (JS, GK, GB, ML), pp. 109–118.
A literate experimentation manifesto (JS), pp. 91–102.
ISMM-2010-SingerJBL #garbage collection
The economics of garbage collection (JS, REJ, GB, ML), pp. 103–112.
LDTA-2009-SingerBLPY10 #java
Fundamental Nano-Patterns to Characterize and Classify Java Methods (JS, GB, ML, AP, PY), pp. 191–204.
Exploiting the Correspondence between Micro Patterns and Class Names (JS, CCK), pp. 67–76.
ISMM-2007-SingerBWC #garbage collection
Intelligent selection of application-specific garbage collectors (JS, GB, IW, JC), pp. 91–102.
QAPL-2006-SingerB #predict
Return Value Prediction meets Information Theory (JS, GB), pp. 137–151.
SOFTVIS-2006-SingerK #adaptation #runtime #visualisation
Visualized adaptive runtime subsystems (JS, CCK), pp. 195–196.
SCAM-2005-Singer #code generation #concept #debugging
Concept Assignment as a Debugging Technique for Code Generators (JS), pp. 75–86.

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