David J. Lilja

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121EEXin Li, Weikang Qian, Marc D. Riedel, Kia Bazargan, David J. Lilja: A reconfigurable stochastic architecture for highly reliable computing. ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI 2009: 315-320
120EEDrew C. Ness, David J. Lilja: Statistically translating low-level error probabilities to increase the accuracy and efficiency of reliability simulations in hardware description languages. ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI 2008: 297-302
119EEShruti R. Patil, Xiaofeng Yao, Hao Meng, Jian-Ping Wang, David J. Lilja: Design of a spintronic arithmetic and logic unit using magnetic tunnel junctions. Conf. Computing Frontiers 2008: 171-178
118EEDrew C. Ness, David J. Lilja: Guiding Circuit Level Fault-Tolerance Design with Statistical Methods. DATE 2008: 348-353
117EEBiplob K. Debnath, David J. Lilja, Mohamed F. Mokbel: SARD: A statistical approach for ranking database tuning parameters. ICDE Workshops 2008: 11-18
116EEResit Sendag, Joshua J. Yi, Peng-fei Chuang, David J. Lilja: Low power/area branch prediction using complementary branch predictors. IPDPS 2008: 1-12
115EEVassilios N. Christopoulos, David J. Lilja, Paul R. Schrater, Apostolos P. Georgopoulos: Independent Component Analysis and Evolutionary Algorithms for Building Representative Benchmark Subsets. ISPASS 2008: 169-178
114EERenato J. O. Figueiredo, P. Oscar Boykin, José A. B. Fortes, Tao Li, Jie-Kwon Peir, David Wolinsky, Lizy Kurian John, David R. Kaeli, David J. Lilja, Sally A. McKee, Gokhan Memik, Alain Roy, Gary S. Tyson: Archer: A Community Distributed Computing Infrastructure for Computer Architecture Research and Education CoRR abs/0807.1765: (2008)
113EEBiplob K. Debnath, Mohamed F. Mokbel, David J. Lilja: Exploiting the Impact of Database System Configuration Parameters: A Design of Experiments Approach. IEEE Data Eng. Bull. 31(1): 3-10 (2008)
112EEDeepak Mathaikutty, Sreekumar V. Kodakara, Ajit Dingankar, Sandeep K. Shukla, David J. Lilja: MMV: A Metamodeling Based Microprocessor Validation Environment. IEEE Trans. VLSI Syst. 16(4): 339-352 (2008)
111EEDrew C. Ness, Christian J. Hescott, David J. Lilja: Exploring subsets of standard cell libraries to exploit natural fault masking capabilities for reliable logic. ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI 2007: 208-211
110EEDeepak Mathaikutty, Sandeep K. Shukla, Sreekumar V. Kodakara, David J. Lilja, Ajit Dingankar: Design fault directed test generation for microprocessor validation. DATE 2007: 761-766
109EEChristian J. Hescott, Drew C. Ness, David J. Lilja: Scaling Analytical Models for Soft Error Rate Estimation Under a Multiple-Fault Environment. DSD 2007: 641-648
108EEChristian J. Hescott, Drew C. Ness, David J. Lilja: MEMESTAR: A Simulation Framework for Reliability Evaluation over Multiple Environments. ISQED 2007: 917-922
107EESreekumar V. Kodakara, Deepak Mathaikutty, Ajit Dingankar, Sandeep K. Shukla, David J. Lilja: Model Based Test Generation for Microprocessor Architecture Validation. VLSI Design 2007: 465-472
106EEKeqiang Wu, David J. Lilja, Haowei Bai: An adaptive dual control framework for QoS design. Cluster Computing 10(2): 217-228 (2007)
105EESreekumar V. Kodakara, Jinpyo Kim, David J. Lilja, Douglas M. Hawkins, Wei-Chung Hsu, Pen-Chung Yew: CIM: A Reliable Metric for Evaluating Program Phase Classifications. Computer Architecture Letters 6(1): 9-12 (2007)
104EEJoshua J. Yi, Resit Sendag, David J. Lilja, Douglas M. Hawkins: Speed versus Accuracy Trade-Offs in Microarchitectural Simulations. IEEE Trans. Computers 56(11): 1549-1563 (2007)
103EEJoshua J. Yi, Hans Vandierendonck, Lieven Eeckhout, David J. Lilja: The exigency of benchmark and compiler drift: designing tomorrow's processors with yesterday's tools. ICS 2006: 75-86
102EEJoshua J. Yi, Resit Sendag, Lieven Eeckhout, Ajay Joshi, David J. Lilja, Lizy Kurian John: Evaluating Benchmark Subsetting Approaches. IISWC 2006: 93-104
101EEVidyasagar Nookala, David J. Lilja, Sachin S. Sapatnekar: Temperature-aware floorplanning of microarchitecture blocks with IPC-power dependence modeling and transient analysis. ISLPED 2006: 298-303
100EEAjay Joshi, Joshua J. Yi, Robert H. Bell Jr., Lieven Eeckhout, Lizy Kurian John, David J. Lilja: Evaluating the efficacy of statistical simulation for design space exploration. ISPASS 2006: 70-79
99EEVidyasagar Nookala, Ying Chen, David J. Lilja, Sachin S. Sapatnekar: Comparing simulation techniques for microarchitecture-aware floorplanning. ISPASS 2006: 80-88
98EEJoshua J. Yi, Lieven Eeckhout, David J. Lilja, Brad Calder, Lizy Kurian John, James E. Smith: The Future of Simulation: A Field of Dreams. IEEE Computer 39(11): 22-29 (2006)
97EEJoshua J. Yi, David J. Lilja: Simulation of Computer Architectures: Simulators, Benchmarks, Methodologies, and Recommendations. IEEE Trans. Computers 55(3): 268-280 (2006)
96EEHaowei Bai, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, David J. Lilja: Layered view of QoS issues in IP-based mobile wireless networks. Int. J. Communication Systems 19(2): 141-161 (2006)
95EEDonald Johnson, David J. Lilja, John Riedl: Circulating shared-registers for multiprocessor systems. Journal of Systems Architecture 52(3): 152-168 (2006)
94EEYing Chen, Dennis Abts, David J. Lilja: Efficiently generating test vectors with state pruning. ASP-DAC 2005: 1196-1199
93EEVidyasagar Nookala, Ying Chen, David J. Lilja, Sachin S. Sapatnekar: Microarchitecture-aware floorplanning using a statistical design of experiments approach. DAC 2005: 579-584
92EEJoshua J. Yi, Sreekumar V. Kodakara, Resit Sendag, David J. Lilja, Douglas M. Hawkins: Characterizing and Comparing Prevailing Simulation Techniques. HPCA 2005: 266-277
91EEJinpyo Kim, Sreekumar V. Kodakara, Wei-Chung Hsu, David J. Lilja, Pen-Chung Yew: Dynamic Code Region (DCR) Based Program Phase Tracking and Prediction for Dynamic Optimizations. HiPEAC 2005: 203-217
90EEKeqiang Wu, David J. Lilja, Haowei Bai: The Applicability of Adaptive Control Theory to QoS Design: Limitations and Solutions. IPDPS 2005
89EEKevin KleinOsowski, Thomas Ruwart, David J. Lilja: Communicating Quality of Service Requirements to an Object-Based Storage Device. MSST 2005: 224-231
88EEJoshua J. Yi, David J. Lilja, Douglas M. Hawkins: Improving Computer Architecture Simulation Methodology by Adding Statistical Rigor. IEEE Trans. Computers 54(11): 1360-1373 (2005)
87EEResit Sendag, Ying Chen, David J. Lilja: The Impact of Incorrectly Speculated Memory Operations in a Multithreaded Architecture. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 16(3): 271-285 (2005)
86EEYing Chen, Karthik Ranganathan, Vasudev V. Pai, David J. Lilja, Kia Bazargan: A Novel Memory Structure for Embedded Systems: Flexible Sequential and Random Access Memory. J. Comput. Sci. Technol. 20(5): 596-606 (2005)
85EEYing Chen, Karthik Ranganathan, Vasudev V. Pai, David J. Lilja, Kia Bazargan: Enhancing the Memory Performance of Embedded Systems with the Flexible Sequential and Random Access Memory. Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference 2004: 88-101
84EEHaowei Bai, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, David J. Lilja: Wireless Sensor Network for Aircraft Health Monitoring. BROADNETS 2004: 748-750
83EEKeqiang Wu, Peng-fei Chuang, David J. Lilja: An active data-aware cache consistency protocol for highly-scalable data-shipping DBMS architectures. Conf. Computing Frontiers 2004: 222-234
82EEA. J. KleinOsowski, Kevin KleinOsowski, Vijay Rangarajan, Priyadarshini Ranganath, David J. Lilja: The Recursive NanoBox Processor Grid: A Reliable System Architecture for Unreliable Nanotechnology Devices. DSN 2004: 167-176
81EEPeng-fei Chuang, Resit Sendag, David J. Lilja: Improving Data Cache Performance via Address Correlation: An Upper Bound Study. Euro-Par 2004: 541-550
80EEBaris M. Kazar, Shashi Shekhar, David J. Lilja, Ranga Raju Vatsavai, R. Kelley Pace: Comparing Exact and Approximate Spatial Auto-regression Model Solutions for Spatial Data Analysis. GIScience 2004: 140-161
79 Haowei Bai, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, David J. Lilja: Using ECN Marks to Improve TCP Performance over Lossy Links. ICETE (3) 2004: 437-445
78EEKeqiang Wu, David J. Lilja: Self-tuning Speculation for Maintaining the Consistency of Client-Cached Data. ICPADS 2004: 91-100
77EEYing Chen, Dennis Abts, David J. Lilja: State Pruning for Test Vector Generation for a Multiprocessor Cache Coherence Protocol. IEEE International Workshop on Rapid System Prototyping 2004: 74-77
76EEA. J. KleinOsowski, David J. Lilja: The NanoBox Project: Exploring Fabrics of Self-Correcting Logic Blocks for High Defect Rate Molecular Device Technologies. ISVLSI 2004: 19-24
75EEQing Zhao, David J. Lilja: Static Classification of Value Predictability Using Compiler Hints. IEEE Trans. Computers 53(8): 929-944 (2004)
74EEJoshua J. Yi, David J. Lilja, Douglas M. Hawkins: A Statistically Rigorous Approach for Improving Simulation Methodology. HPCA 2003: 281-
73EEKeqiang Wu, Resit Sendag, David J. Lilja: Exploring Memory Access Regularity in Pointer-Intensive Application Programs. IDEAL 2003: 472-476
72EEDennis Abts, Steve Scott, David J. Lilja: So Many States, So Little Time: Verifying Memory Coherence in the Cray X1. IPDPS 2003: 11
71EEYing Chen, Resit Sendag, David J. Lilja: Using Incorrect Speculation to Prefetch Data in a Concurrent Multithreaded Processor. IPDPS 2003: 76
70EEResit Sendag, Peng-fei Chuang, David J. Lilja: Address Correlation: Exceeding the Limits of Locality. Computer Architecture Letters 2: (2003)
69EEKevin Skadron, Margaret Martonosi, David I. August, Mark D. Hill, David J. Lilja, Vijay S. Pai: Challenges in Computer Architecture Evaluation. IEEE Computer 36(8): 30-36 (2003)
68EEJian Huang, David J. Lilja: Balancing Reuse Opportunities and Performance Gains with Subblock Value Reuse. IEEE Trans. Computers 52(8): 1032-1050 (2003)
67EEResit Sendag, David J. Lilja, Steven R. Kunkel: Exploiting the Prefetching Effect Provided by Executing Mispredicted Load Instructions. Euro-Par 2002: 468-480
66EEJoshua J. Yi, Resit Sendag, David J. Lilja: Increasing Instruction-Level Parallelism with Instruction Precomputation (Research Note). Euro-Par 2002: 481-485
65EEJoshua J. Yi, David J. Lilja: Improving Processor Performance by Simplifying and Bypassing Trivial Computations. ICCD 2002: 462-
64EEA. J. KleinOsowski, David J. Lilja: MinneSPEC: A New SPEC Benchmark Workload for Simulation-Based Computer Architecture Research. Computer Architecture Letters 1: (2002)
63EEIffat H. Kazi, David J. Lilja: Dynamically adapting to system load and program behavior in multiprogrammed multiprocessor systems. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 14(12): 957-985 (2002)
62EEBob Glamm, David J. Lilja: Automatic Verification of Instruction Set Simulation Using Synchronized State Comparison. Annual Simulation Symposium 2001: 72-77
61 Qing Zhao, David J. Lilja: Compiler-Directed Classification of Value Locality Behavior. ICCD 2001: 240-248
60 Kelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: Implementing a dynamic processor allocation policy for multiprogrammed parallel applications in the Solaris. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 13(6): 449-464 (2001)
59EEIffat H. Kazi, David J. Lilja: Coarse-Grained Thread Pipelining: A Speculative Parallel Execution Model for Shared-Memory Multiprocessors. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 12(9): 952-966 (2001)
58EEIffat H. Kazi, David J. Lilja: A Comprehensive Dynamic Processor Allocation Scheme for Multiprogrammed Multiprocessor Systems. ICPP 2000: 153-162
57EEDennis Abts, Mike Roberts, David J. Lilja: A Balanced Approach to High-Level Verification: Performance Trade-Offs in Verifying Large-Scale Multiprocessors. ICPP 2000: 505-
56EEJian Huang, David J. Lilja: Exploring Sub-Block Value Reuse for Superscalar Processors. IEEE PACT 2000: 100-110
55EEIffat H. Kazi, David J. Lilja: JavaSpMT: A Speculative Thread Pipelining Parallelization Model for Java Programs. IPDPS 2000: 559-564
54EESteven P. Vanderwiel, David J. Lilja: Data prefetch mechanisms. ACM Comput. Surv. 32(2): 174-199 (2000)
53EEIffat H. Kazi, Howard H. Chen, Berdenia Stanley, David J. Lilja: Techniques for obtaining high performance in Java programs. ACM Comput. Surv. 32(3): 213-240 (2000)
52 Per Stenström, Erik Hagersten, David J. Lilja, Margaret Martonosi, Madan Venugopal: Shared-memory multiprocessing: Current state and future directions. Advances in Computers 53: 2-55 (2000)
51EEIffat H. Kazi, Davis P. Jose, Badis Ben-Hamida, Christian J. Hescott, Chris Kwok, Joseph A. Konstan, David J. Lilja, Pen-Chung Yew: JaViz: A client/server Java profiling tool. IBM Systems Journal 39(1): 96- (2000)
50EEJian Huang, David J. Lilja: Extending Value Reuse to Basic Blocks with Compiler Support. IEEE Trans. Computers 49(4): 331-347 (2000)
49EEBabak Hamidzadeh, Lau Ying Kit, David J. Lilja: Dynamic Task Scheduling Using Online Optimization. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 11(11): 1151-1163 (2000)
48EEJian Huang, David J. Lilja: Exploiting Basic Block Value Locality with Block Reuse. HPCA 1999: 106-114
47EESteven P. Vanderwiel, David J. Lilja: A Compiler-Assisted Data Prefetch Controller. ICCD 1999: 372-377
46EEJunSeong Kim, David J. Lilja: A Network Status Predictor to Support Dynamic Scheduling in Network-Based Computing Systems. IPPS/SPDP 1999: 372-378
45 Jenn-Yuan Tsai, Jian Huang, Christoffer Amlo, David J. Lilja, Pen-Chung Yew: The Superthreaded Processor Architecture. IEEE Trans. Computers 48(9): 881-902 (1999)
44EEJ. S. Kim, David J. Lilja: Performance-Based Path Determination for Interprocessor Communication in Distributed Computing Systems. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 10(3): 316-327 (1999)
43 David J. Lilja: Special Issue on Compilation and Architectural Support for Parallel Applications - Guest Editor's Introduction. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 58(2): 129-131 (1999)
42EEJunSeong Kim, David J. Lilja: Characterization of Communication Patterns in Message-Passing Parallel Scientific Application Programs. CANPC 1998: 202-216
41EEFarnaz Mounes-Toussi, David J. Lilja: The Effect of using State-Based Priority Information in a Shared-Memory Multiprocessor Cache Replacement Policy. ICPP 1998: 217-224
40EESangyeun Cho, Jenn-Yuan Tsai, Yonghong Song, Bixia Zheng, Stephen J. Schwinn, Xin Wang, Qing Zhao, Zhiyuan Li, David J. Lilja, Pen-Chung Yew: High-Level Information - An Approach for Integrating Front-End and Back-End Compilers. ICPP 1998: 346-355
39EEKelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: Dynamic Processor Allocation with the Solaris Operating System. IPPS/SPDP 1998: 392-397
38EEIffat H. Kazi, David J. Lilja: Coarse-grained Speculative Execution in Shared-memory Multiprocessors. International Conference on Supercomputing 1998: 93-100
37EEJian Huang, David J. Lilja: An Efficient Strategy for Developing a Simulator for a Novel Concurrent Multithreaded Processor Architecture. MASCOTS 1998: 185-191
36 Steven P. Vanderwiel, Daphna Nathanson, David J. Lilja: A comparative analysis of parallel programming language complexity and performance. Concurrency - Practice and Experience 10(10): 807-820 (1998)
35EEJenn-Yuan Tsai, Zhenzhen Jiang, Zhiyuan Li, David J. Lilja, Xin Wang, Pen-Chung Yew, Bixia Zheng, Stephen J. Schwinn: Integrating Parallelizing Compilation Technology and Processor Architecture for Cost-Effective Concurrent multithreading. J. Inf. Sci. Eng. 14(1): 205-222 (1998)
34 Kelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: Comparing Processor Allocation Strategies in Multiprogrammed Shared-Memory Multiprocessors. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 49(2): 245-258 (1998)
33EESteven P. Vanderwiel, Daphna Nathanson, David J. Lilja: Complexity and Performance in Parallel Programming Languages. HIPS 1997: 3-
32EEJunSeong Kim, David J. Lilja: Utilizing Heterogeneous Networks in Distributed Parallel Computing Systems. HPDC 1997: 336-
31EEJunSeong Kim, David J. Lilja: Exploiting multiple heterogeneous networks to reduce communication costs in parallel programs. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1997: 83-95
30 Per Stenström, Erik Hagersten, David J. Lilja, Margaret Martonosi, Madan Venugopal: Trends in Shared Memory Multiprocessing. IEEE Computer 30(12): 44-50 (1997)
29 Sarita V. Adve, Doug Burger, Rudolf Eigenmann, Alasdair Rawsthorne, Michael D. Smith, Catherine H. Gebotys, Mahmut T. Kandemir, David J. Lilja, Alok N. Choudhary, Jesse Zhixi Fang, Pen-Chung Yew: Changing Interaction of Compiler and Architecture. IEEE Computer 30(12): 51-58 (1997)
28 Steven P. Vanderwiel, David J. Lilja: When Caches Aren't Enough: Data Prefetching Techniques. IEEE Computer 30(7): 23-30 (1997)
27EEKelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: An Effective Processor Allocation Strategy for Multiprogrammed Shared-Memory Multiprocessors. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 8(12): 1246-1258 (1997)
26 Donald Johnson, David J. Lilja, John Riedl, James Anderson: Low-Cost, High-Performance Barrier Synchronization on Networks of Workstations. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 40(1): 131-137 (1997)
25 Babak Hamidzadeh, David J. Lilja: Dynamic Scheduling Strategies for Shared-memory Multiprocessors. ICDCS 1996: 208-215
24 Kelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: Performance Analysis and Prediction of Processor Scheduling Strategies in Multiprogrammed Shared-Memory Multiprocessors. ICPP, Vol. 3 1996: 70-78
23EEKelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: Efficient Execution of Parallel Applications in Multiprogrammed Multiprocessor Systems. IPPS 1996: 448-456
22EEKelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: Parameter estimation for a generalized parallel loop scheduling algorithm. HICSS (2) 1995: 187-
21EEFarnaz Mounes-Toussi, David J. Lilja: Write buffer design for cache-coherent shared-memory multiprocessors. ICCD 1995: 506-511
20 Donald Johnson, David J. Lilja, John Riedl: A Circulating Active Barrier Synchronization Mechanism. ICPP (1) 1995: 202-209
19 Kelvin K. Yue, David J. Lilja: Loop-Level Process Control: An Effective Processor Allocation Policy for Multiprogrammed Shared-Memory Multiprocessors. JSSPP 1995: 182-199
18EEDavid J. Lilja: Partitioning tasks between a pair of interconnected heterogeneous processors: A case study. Concurrency - Practice and Experience 7(3): 209-223 (1995)
17EEBabak Hamidzadeh, Yacine Atif, David J. Lilja: Dynamic scheduling techniques for heterogeneous computing systems. Concurrency - Practice and Experience 7(7): 633-652 (1995)
16EEFarnaz Mounes-Toussi, David J. Lilja: The Potential of Compile-Time Analysis to Adapt the Cache Coherence Enforcement Strategy to the Data Sharing Characteristics. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 6(5): 470-481 (1995)
15 David J. Lilja, Jonathan Schmitt: A Data Parallel Implementation of the TRFD Program from the Perfect Benchmarks. EUROSIM 1994: 355-362
14 David J. Lilja, Shanthi Ambalavanan: A Superassociative Tagged Cache Coherence Directory. ICCD 1994: 42-45
13 Donald Johnson, David J. Lilja, John Riedl: A Distributed Hardware Mechanism for Process Synchronization on Shared-Bus Multiprocessors. ICPP 1994: 268-275
12 Babak Hamidzadeh, David J. Lilja: Self-Adjusting Scheduling: An On-Line Optimization Technique for Locality Management and Load Balancing. ICPP 1994: 39-46
11 Trung N. Nguyen, Farnaz Mounes-Toussi, David J. Lilja, Zhiyuan Li: A Compiler-Assisted Scheme for Adaptive Cache Coherence Enforcement. IFIP PACT 1994: 69-78
10EEFarnaz Mounes-Toussi, David J. Lilja, Zhiyuan Li: An evaluation of a compiler optimization for improving the performance of a coherence directory. International Conference on Supercomputing 1994: 75-84
9 David J. Lilja: Exploiting the Parallelism Available in Loops. IEEE Computer 27(2): 13-26 (1994)
8EEDavid J. Lilja: The Impact of Parallel Loop Scheduling Strategies on Prefetching in a Shared Memory Multiprocessor. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 5(6): 573-584 (1994)
7 David J. Lilja: A Multiprocessor Architecture Combining Fine-Grained and Coarse-Grained Parallelism Strategies. Parallel Computing 20(5): 729-751 (1994)
6 Trung N. Nguyen, Zhiyuan Li, David J. Lilja: Efficient Use of Dynamically Tagged Directories Through Compiler Analysis ICPP 1993: 112-119
5EEDavid J. Lilja: Cache Coherence in Large-Scale Shared-Memory Multiprocessors: Issues and Comparisons. ACM Comput. Surv. 25(3): 303-338 (1993)
4EEDavid J. Lilja, Pen-Chung Yew: Improving Memory Utilization in Cache Coherence Directories. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 4(10): 1130-1146 (1993)
3EEDavid J. Lilja, Pen-Chung Yew: Combining hardware and software cache coherence strategies. ICS 1991: 274-283
2 David J. Lilja, Pen-Chung Yew: Comparing Parallelism Extraction Techniques: Superscalar Processors, Pipelined Processors, and Multiprocessors. ICPP (1) 1990: 563-564
1 David J. Lilja: Reducing the Branch Penalty in Pipelined Processors. IEEE Computer 21(7): 47-55 (1988)

Coauthor Index

1Dennis Abts [57] [72] [77] [94]
2Sarita V. Adve [29]
3Shanthi Ambalavanan [14]
4Christoffer Amlo [45]
5James Anderson [26]
6Yacine Atif [17]
7Mohammed Atiquzzaman [79] [84] [96]
8David I. August [69]
9Haowei Bai [79] [84] [90] [96] [106]
10Kia Bazargan [85] [86] [121]
11Robert H. Bell Jr. [100]
12Badis Ben-Hamida [51]
13P. Oscar Boykin [114]
14Doug Burger [29]
15Brad Calder [98]
16Howard H. Chen [53]
17Ying Chen [71] [77] [85] [86] [87] [93] [94] [99]
18Sangyeun Cho [40]
19Alok N. Choudhary [29]
20Vassilios N. Christopoulos [115]
21Peng-fei Chuang [70] [81] [83] [116]
22Biplob K. Debnath [113] [117]
23Ajit Dingankar [107] [110] [112]
24Lieven Eeckhout [98] [100] [102] [103]
25Rudolf Eigenmann [29]
26Jesse Zhixi Fang [29]
27Renato J. O. Figueiredo [114]
28José A. B. Fortes [114]
29Catherine H. Gebotys [29]
30Apostolos P. Georgopoulos [115]
31Bob Glamm [62]
32Erik Hagersten [30] [52]
33Babak Hamidzadeh [12] [17] [25] [49]
34Douglas M. Hawkins [74] [88] [92] [104] [105]
35Christian J. Hescott [51] [108] [109] [111]
36Mark D. Hill [69]
37Wei-Chung Hsu [91] [105]
38Jian Huang [37] [45] [48] [50] [56] [68]
39Zhenzhen Jiang [35]
40Lizy Kurian John (Lizy K. John) [98] [100] [102] [114]
41Donald Johnson [13] [20] [26] [95]
42Davis P. Jose [51]
43Ajay Joshi [100] [102]
44David R. Kaeli [114]
45Mahmut T. Kandemir [29]
46Baris M. Kazar [80]
47Iffat H. Kazi [38] [51] [53] [55] [58] [59] [63]
48J. S. Kim [44]
49Jinpyo Kim [91] [105]
50JunSeong Kim [31] [32] [42] [46]
51Lau Ying Kit [49]
52A. J. KleinOsowski [64] [76] [82]
53Kevin KleinOsowski [82] [89]
54Sreekumar V. Kodakara [91] [92] [105] [107] [110] [112]
55Joseph A. Konstan [51]
56Steven R. Kunkel [67]
57Chris Kwok [51]
58Tao Li [114]
59Xin Li [121]
60Zhiyuan Li [6] [10] [11] [35] [40]
61Margaret Martonosi [30] [52] [69]
62Deepak Mathaikutty [107] [110] [112]
63Sally A. McKee [114]
64Gokhan Memik [114]
65Hao Meng [119]
66Mohamed F. Mokbel [113] [117]
67Farnaz Mounes-Toussi [10] [11] [16] [21] [41]
68Daphna Nathanson [33] [36]
69Drew C. Ness [108] [109] [111] [118] [120]
70Trung N. Nguyen [6] [11]
71Vidyasagar Nookala [93] [99] [101]
72R. Kelley Pace [80]
73Vasudev V. Pai [85] [86]
74Vijay S. Pai [69]
75Shruti R. Patil [119]
76Jie-Kwon Peir [114]
77Weikang Qian [121]
78Priyadarshini Ranganath [82]
79Karthik Ranganathan [85] [86]
80Vijay Rangarajan [82]
81Alasdair Rawsthorne [29]
82Marc D. Riedel [121]
83John Riedl [13] [20] [26] [95]
84Mike Roberts [57]
85Alain Roy [114]
86Thomas Ruwart [89]
87Sachin S. Sapatnekar [93] [99] [101]
88Jonathan Schmitt [15]
89Paul R. Schrater [115]
90Stephen J. Schwinn [35] [40]
91Steve Scott [72]
92Resit Sendag [66] [67] [70] [71] [73] [81] [87] [92] [102] [104] [116]
93Shashi Shekhar [80]
94Sandeep K. Shukla [107] [110] [112]
95Kevin Skadron [69]
96James E. Smith [98]
97Michael D. Smith [29]
98Yonghong Song [40]
99Berdenia Stanley [53]
100Per Stenström [30] [52]
101Jenn-Yuan Tsai [35] [40] [45]
102Gary S. Tyson [114]
103Steven P. Vanderwiel [28] [33] [36] [47] [54]
104Hans Vandierendonck [103]
105Ranga Raju Vatsavai [80]
106Madan Venugopal [30] [52]
107Jian-Ping Wang [119]
108Xin Wang [35] [40]
109David Wolinsky [114]
110Keqiang Wu [73] [78] [83] [90] [106]
111Xiaofeng Yao [119]
112Pen-Chung Yew [2] [3] [4] [29] [35] [40] [45] [51] [91] [105]
113Joshua J. Yi [65] [66] [74] [88] [92] [97] [98] [100] [102] [103] [104] [116]
114Kelvin K. Yue [19] [22] [23] [24] [27] [34] [39] [60]
115Qing Zhao [40] [61] [75]
116Bixia Zheng [35] [40]

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