The Algorithmics of Address Translation
Date: Wednesday, March 24, 2021
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TALK: The Algorithmics of Address Translation
Abstract: Every memory reference in a virtual memory system requires an address translation to a physical address. Such address translations can be the bottleneck in many computations. Translation lookaside buffers (TLBs) are hardware caches for frequent translations. We consider an algorithmic model for address translation that suggests alternative organizations of TLBs to increase their coverage.
Bio: Martin Farach-Colton is a professor of computer science at Rutgers University. He was Founder and CTO at Tokutek, Inc, an enterprise database company, which was acquired by Percona in 2015. Farach-Colton works on pure and applied algorithms in I/O-efficient storage systems, streaming algorithms and string matching. Farach-Colton received his M.D. from Johns Hopkins and his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland. He has been a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs (1997-98) and was an early employee of Google, Inc. (2000-2002).
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Algorithms & Theory, Computer Architecture, Systems & Networking
Created by Julian J. Shun at Friday, March 19, 2021 at 10:38 AM.