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Travelled to:
1 × China
11 × USA
2 × United Kingdom
5 × Canada
Collaborated with:
K.S.McKinley D.Frampton A.L.Hosking R.Shahriyar X.Yang R.Garner P.Cheng D.Grove X.Huang J.B.Sartor M.Jump H.Paz E.Petrank M.Hirzel J.Ha M.Arnold J.E.B.Moss Y.Lin K.Wang M.Norrish V.Kumar O.Tardieu H.Esmaeilzadeh T.Cao T.Gao K.Strauss D.Burger J.R.Larus Z.Wang C.Hoffmann A.M.Khan R.Bentzur A.Diwan D.Feinberg S.Z.Guyer H.B.Lee A.Phansalkar D.Stefanovic T.VanDrunen D.v.Dincklage B.Wiedermann
Talks about:
collect (6) garbag (6) perform (3) dynam (3) count (3) fast (3) benchmark (2) advantag (2) hardwar (2) concurr (2)

Person: Stephen M. Blackburn

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Facilitated 1 volumes:

ISMM 2008Ed

Contributed to:

ISMM 20152015
OOPSLA 20142014
OOPSLA 20132013
PLDI 20132013
ISMM 20122012
OOPSLA 20122012
ASPLOS 20112011
ISMM 20112011
OOPSLA 20112011
PLDI 20102010
OOPSLA 20092009
PLDI 20082008
ISMM 20072007
ISMM 20062006
OOPSLA 20062006
CC 20052005
ICSE 20042004
ISMM 20042004
OOPSLA 20042004

Wrote 21 papers:

ISMM-2015-LinWBHN #behaviour #comprehension
Stop and go: understanding yieldpoint behavior (YL, KW, SMB, ALH, MN), pp. 70–80.
OOPSLA-2014-ShahriyarBM #garbage collection #performance
Fast conservative garbage collection (RS, SMB, KSM), pp. 121–139.
Taking off the gloves with reference counting Immix (RS, SMB, XY, KSM), pp. 93–110.
PLDI-2013-GaoSBMBL #runtime #smarttech #using
Using managed runtime systems to tolerate holes in wearable memories (TG, KS, SMB, KSM, DB, JRL), pp. 297–308.
Down for the count? Getting reference counting back in the ring (RS, SMB, DF), pp. 73–84.
ISMM-2012-YangBFH #exclamation
Barriers reconsidered, friendlier still! (XY, SMB, DF, ALH), pp. 37–48.
Work-stealing without the baggage (VK, DF, SMB, DG, OT), pp. 297–314.
ASPLOS-2011-EsmaeilzadehCXBM #hardware #performance #roadmap #scalability
Looking back on the language and hardware revolutions: measured power, performance, and scaling (HE, TC, XY, SMB, KSM), pp. 319–332.
ISMM-2011-GarnerBF #evaluation
A comprehensive evaluation of object scanning techniques (RG, SMB, DF), pp. 33–42.
OOPSLA-2011-YangBFSM #matter #why
Why nothing matters: the impact of zeroing (XY, SMB, DF, JBS, KSM), pp. 307–324.
PLDI-2010-SartorBFHM #array #flexibility #named
Z-rays: divide arrays and conquer speed and flexibility (JBS, SMB, DF, MH, KSM), pp. 471–482.
OOPSLA-2009-HaABM #concurrent #dynamic analysis #framework #hardware #manycore
A concurrent dynamic analysis framework for multicore hardware (JH, MA, SMB, KSM), pp. 155–174.
PLDI-2008-BlackburnM #garbage collection #named #performance
Immix: a mark-region garbage collector with space efficiency, fast collection, and mutator performance (SMB, KSM), pp. 22–32.
ISMM-2007-GarnerBF #effectiveness #garbage collection
Effective prefetch for mark-sweep garbage collection (RG, SMB, DF), pp. 43–54.
ISMM-2006-HuangBGM #order #performance
Fast and efficient partial code reordering: taking advantage of dynamic recompilatior (XH, SMB, DG, KSM), pp. 184–192.
OOPSLA-2006-BlackburnGHKMBDFFGHHJLMPSVDW #analysis #benchmark #development #java #metric
The DaCapo benchmarks: java benchmarking development and analysis (SMB, RG, CH, AMK, KSM, RB, AD, DF, DF, SZG, MH, ALH, MJ, HBL, JEBM, AP, DS, TV, DvD, BW), pp. 169–190.
CC-2005-PazPB #concurrent #garbage collection
Age-Oriented Concurrent Garbage Collection (HP, EP, SMB), pp. 121–136.
ICSE-2004-BlackburnCM #garbage collection #java #performance
Oil and Water? High Performance Garbage Collection in Java with MMTk (SMB, PC, KSM), pp. 137–146.
ISMM-2004-BlackburnH #named #question
Barriers: friend or foe? (SMB, ALH), pp. 143–151.
Dynamic object sampling for pretenuring (MJ, SMB, KSM), pp. 152–162.
OOPSLA-2004-HuangBMMWC #garbage collection #locality
The garbage collection advantage: improving program locality (XH, SMB, KSM, JEBM, ZW, PC), pp. 69–80.

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