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Recent work has shown that silent stores--stores which write a value matching the one already stored at the memory location--occur quite frequently and can be exploited to reduce memory traffic and improve performance. This paper extends the definition of silent stores to encompass sets of stores that change the value stored at a memory location, but only temporarily, and subsequently return a previous value of interest to the memory location. The stores that cause the value to revert aredoi:10.1145/605432.605401 fatcat:ghkmtqxhtjgvverpi5x5buifiq