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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Data locality is one of the most important issues affecting the performance of shared memory applications on NUMA architectures. A possibility to improve data locality is the specification of a correct data layout within the source code. This kind of optimization, however, requires in depth knowledge about the run-time memory access behavior of programs. In order to acquire this knowledge without causing a probe overhead, as it would be caused by software instrumentation approaches, it isdoi:10.1007/3-540-45718-6_91 fatcat:2ip2s6ty3fgb7a2e754ryy5boy