19 Hits in 6.1 sec

Don't Thrash: How to Cache Your Hash on Flash [article]

Michael A. Bender, Martin Farach-Colton, Rob Johnson, Russell Kraner, Bradley C. Kuszmaul, Dzejla Medjedovic, Pablo Montes, Pradeep Shetty, Richard P. Spillane, Erez Zadok
2012 arXiv   pre-print
The cascade filter has better asymptotic I/O performance than the buffered quotient filter, but the buffered quotient filter outperforms the cascade filter on small to medium data sets.  ...  Operations on the quotient filter require only a small number of contiguous accesses.  ...  How do the cascade filter and buffered quotient filter compare to various Bloom filter alternatives on Flash? 3.  ... 
arXiv:1208.0290v1 fatcat:2wnrro7cbbhq5crafpn2otwmx4

Hints and Principles for Computer System Design [article]

Butler Lampson
2021 arXiv   pre-print
It also gives some principles for system design that are more than just hints, and many examples of how to apply the ideas.  ...  This new long version of my 1983 paper suggests the goals you might have for your system -- Simple, Timely, Efficient, Adaptable, Dependable, Yummy (STEADY) -- and techniques for achieving them -- Approximate  ...  Don't let the display depend on the whole object, or on everything up to the current point. For example, page breaks are your friend.  ... 
arXiv:2011.02455v3 fatcat:jolyz5lknjdbpjpxjcrx5rh6fa

Report on the SIGCOMM 2011 conference

John W. Byers, László Gyarmati, Katrina LaCurts, Qi Liao, Marc Mendonca, Trang Cao Minh, S.H. Shah Newaz, Pawan Prakash, Yan Shvartzshnaider, Praveen Yalagandula, Chun-Yu Yang, Jeffrey C. Mogul (+7 others)
2012 Computer communication review  
This document provides reports on the presentations at the SIG-COMM 2011 Conference, the annual conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM).  ...  Discussion: Stefan Saroiu (MSR): How often do you have a case where there are two caches, and where some data is in one cache but not in another?  ...  Lars Eggert (Nokia): In your spoofing test, your mobile sends spoofed packets to your server, but you don't test the other direction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2096149.2096162 fatcat:ylurqiquzzbstdr6w3unexqhie

Page 203 of Spirit of the Times Vol. 8, Issue 26 [page]

1838 Spirit of the Times  
We have enou to be proud of, young as we are—much to learn, too—and how much to hope! Editor’s Table, in The Knickerbocker. How to make a Child Musical.  ...  siid Minsfeld, in a low firm tone of he drew himself up to his fall height, and half raised the rifle to his shoalder:—‘tbe steady, and don’t throw your shots away; there is life or death in every once  ... 

Page 3 of Boston Commonwealth Vol. 5, Issue 29 [page]

1867 Boston Commonwealth  
No tailor understands how to give such a genial cut to a doublet.  ...  J. said to him—* Why, Mor- | rissey, how is it that these litte hands ot yours (he has a very small hand) could inflict such se- rious damage upon opponents (’ “It was not the hands so much, Mr.  ... 

Page 3 of The Watchman-Examiner Vol. 33, Issue 4 [page]

1852 The Watchman-Examiner  
It costs no more to cure it prope rly than i improperly—why don’t you all do it then ¥— Mail. ; j i | POUNDS IN A BUSHEL. How many pounds ina Bushel ? Of wheat, sixty pounds.  ...  And how much hay ppier was he himself! How his litthe heart warmed and lowed to see the child uncover the basket he bad ame with him, and take out, one by one, the gifts that were stowed there!  ... 

The evolution of Smalltalk: from Smalltalk-72 through Squeak

Daniel Ingalls
2020 Proceedings of the ACM on Programming Languages (PACMPL)  
An appendix includes anecdotal and technical aspects of how examples of each generation of Smalltalk were recovered, and how order was teased out of chaos to the point that these old systems could be brought  ...  Finally, in April of 1973, the first few Altos became available to us. Within a few days we had Smalltalk-72 up and running on the beautiful Alto bitmap display.  ...  We did this by using the 16 bits of an object pointer to index a hash table of resident objects, along with elaborate schemes for how to retrieve non-resident objects from the disk and how to make space  ... 
doi:10.1145/3386335 fatcat:p33btb4rmrdatoidubvy5bfoe4

File memory for extended storage disk caches

John C Koob
A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research in partial ful fillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science.  ...  Whenever I had to prepare a paper for publication, I could rely on Dr. Bruce Cockbum to provide helpful recommendations.  ...  Duncan Elliott, for providing opportunities for in-depth research on a variety of topics and for his suggestions throughout my thesis research.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-qb68-q738 fatcat:riirmx7n5vhmrlbydiptoosfjy

Understanding dictionaries at the intersection of theory and practice

Alexander Conway
Dictionaries are fundamental data structures that associate values to a set of keys.  ...  They form the foundation of most storage systems, and are key to the performance of many algorithms.Dictionaries are well studied from an algorithmic perspective, and many constructions of optimal dictionaries  ...  SplinterDB uses distributed reader-writer locks [55] to avoid cache-line thrashing between readers.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-q5by-xf35 fatcat:3s3xmzcntrdlvn7cf4djpsqrji

Patmos Reference Handbook

Martin Schoeberl, Florian Brandner, Stefan Hepp, Wolfgang Puffitsch, Daniel Prokesch
2018 unpublished
Preface This handbook shall evolve to the documentation of the Patmos processor and the Patmos compiler. In the mean time it is intended to collect design notes and discussions.  ...  You could change the addition to a subtract operation and test it with the basic.s program, or your own assembler test program. Don't forget to undo your changes for the next exercises.  ...  effect (just closing a terminal window is not enough, depending on how you set up your profile files).  ... 

Dagstuhl Reports, Volume 7, Issue 5, May 2017, Complete Issue [article]

In this talk, we present how to adapt the 3D representation of large Networked Virtual Environments (NVE) to usage and navigation.  ...  This talk is based upon work from COST Action CA15140 on Improving Applicability of Nature-Inspired Optimisation by Joining Theory and Practice (ImAppNIO), supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science  ...  Phase 2 is still on-going and explores additional use cases for Flash, e.g. as part of the compute nodes.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.7.5 fatcat:ipv6ltpp6ngejao35zzoqko2ry

Beasts of Flight BEASTS OF FLIGHT

Sjsu Scholarworks, Brian Wood, Brian Wood, Brian Wood, Nicholas Taylor, Cathleen Miller, Susan Shillinglaw
2015 unpublished
"You don't want to be around for this." He urged them to hurry. "Carry him on your back, crawl, I don't care. FOURTEEN: But Harvey took hold of a fleeting hope.  ...  The camera flashed. "What does that matter?" TWO: That night the word of the Lord came to Harvey, saying, "Arise. Flee your wicked city.  ... 

Distributed Metadata and Streaming Data Indexing as Scalable Filesystem Services

Qing Zheng
to serve all applications running on a single computing environment.  ...  For applications that write one file per process, increased concurrency will cause more files to be accessed simultaneously and this requires the metadata information of these files to be managed more  ...  "Don'T Thrash: How to Cache Your Hash on Flash." In: Proc. VLDB Endow. . 10.14778/2350229.2350275 (cited on page ). [ ] Huanchen Zhang et al.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/14546973.v1 fatcat:3vk3ds4fqrdnni2onwhqbvdtv4


2016 International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development  
Similar to application oriented virtual machines, a Flash file is to be executed by Flash Player, which can be either executed stand alone or as a browser plug-in.  ...  In this case, programmers don't have to spend lots of time in checking the result. It's hard to imagine that the hundreds of output string lines on console are checked one by one.  ...  All operations with communications to server will all cause an increment on the number in the database of the repository.  ... 
doi:10.21090/ijaerd.030476 fatcat:llzg42pevjhhrgssvlllgoy3zq

Paying for attention: narratives of control and the cultural economics of attention, 1990-present PAYING FOR ATTENTION: NARRATIVES OF CONTROL AND THE CULTURAL ECONOMICS OF ATTENTION, 1990-PRESENT by

Robert William, Albanese Iii, Robert William, Albanese Iii
2014 unpublished
To my dissertation committee: Professors Loren Glass, Garrett Stewart, and Nick Yablon, thank you for challenging me while also assuring me that I shouldn't light my flash drive on fire.  ...  To Professor Laura Rigal, thanks for (among many other things) chairing the American Studies dissertation workshop. This is just one of many projects that are better for your rigor and energy.  ...  (i), "Spider's Thrash."  ... 
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 19 results