Tuesday, November 19
in conjunction with Micro 35
9:15-10:30 Keynote -- Mark Hill, University of WisconsinSafetyNet: Improving the Availability of Shared Memory Multiprocessors with Global Checkpoint/Recovery10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Session 1Prescient Instruction Prefetch
T. Aamodt, P. Marcuello, P. Chow, P. Hammarlund, H. WangThe KIT COSMOS Processor: A Preliminary Study on Transparent Software Prefetching via Dynamic Optimization12:30-14:00 Lunch
K. Morita, T. Sato, I. Arita
A Study on the Effect of Executing Mispredicted Load Instructions on a Speculative Multithreaded Architecture
R. Sendag, Y. Chen, D. Lilja
14:00-15:30 Session 2Intrathreads: Techniques for Parallelizing Sequential Code
A. Gontmakher, A. SchusterSpeculative Precomputation on Chip Multiprocessors15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
J. Brown, H. Wang, G. Chrysos, P. Wang, J. Shen
Application of Binary-Level Multithreading to Spec95 Benchmarks
K. Ootsu, T. Annou, M. Aoki, M. Yokota, T. Yokota, T. Baba
16:00-17:00 Session 3Branch Classification for SMT Fetch Gating
P.M.W. Knijnenburg, A. Ramirez, J. Larriba, M. ValeroImplementing Real-Time Scheduling Within a Multithreaded Java Microcontroller
S. Uhrig, C. Liemke, M. Pfeffer, J. Becker, U. Brinkschulte, T. Ungerer
OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE
The importance of multithreaded execution to both the high-end and mainstream computing industries is rapidly increasing. The focus of this workshop is on multithreading execution techniques and systems, including architecture design and implementation, compilation techniques, system and language support and performance evaluation.
Paper submissions and reviews will be done electronically. Authors are requested to submit papers not to exceed eight pages single spaced (including references, figures and tables, not including cover page) in Postscript or PDF. The cover page should include the name of the authors, a brief abstract, a list of 5 keywords and the full address of the corresponding author (including surface mail address, telephone and fax numbers, and email address). Email papers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paper submission: September 10. One week extension is granted without making a special request. No further extensions will be granted.
Notification: October 25, 2001
Camera-ready papers due: November 1.
Antonio Gonzalez U. Politecnica de Catalunya
Walid Najjar U. of California, Riverside
Dean Tullsen U. of California, San Diego
Guang Gao Delaware
Sebastien Hily Intel
David Kaeli Northeastern
Bobbie Manne Intel
Trevor Mudge Michigan
Mario Nemirovsky Flowstorm
Yale Patt Texas
Andre Seznec IRISA/INRIA
John Shen Intel
Per Stenstrom Chalmers
Josep Torrellas Illinois
Jordi Tubella UPC, Barcelona
Mateo Valero UPC, Barcelona
Pen-Chung Yew Minnesota
Last year's program.