ParaDIME presents a paper about memory management at ISCA Symposium
This week, one ParaDIME paper about memory management will be presented in the 42nd International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA). ISCA is the premier forum for new ideas and experimental results in computer architecture and this year is held in Portland, Oregon from 13 to 17 of June.
The paper is titled “Redundant Memory Mappings for Fast Access to Large Memories” and it has been written by Vasileios Karakostas (from BSC/UPC) together with researchers of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Microsoft Research and BSC. This paper suggests a hardware/software co-design that leverages ranges of pages to reduce the overhead of virtual memory.
Please, feel free to check out our Publications section to find this and other papers and scientific publications.