in Progress Session
year's PACT'2001 included for the first time a Work-in-Progres session.
The idea of the session was to have fun and to describe new and novel
research ideas and directions that would elicit exciting discussion
among conference attendees.
Scheme for Selective Squash and Re-issue for Single-Sided Branch Hammocks".
Karthik Sankaranarayanan and Kevin Skadron (Univ. of Virginia)
Processors for Converting High-Performance into Energy-Efficiency".
Toshinori Sata and Itsujiro Arita (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Trace Inputs with Dynamic Trace Memoization: Determining Speedup Upper
Mauricio L. Pilla, Philippe O.A. Navaux (Federal Univ. of Rio Grande
do Soul, Brazil), Amarildo T. da Costa (Military Institute of Engineering,
Brazil) and Felipe M.G. Franca (Federal Univ. of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Memoization for Floating Point Multimedia Applications".
Carlos Alvarez, Jesus Corbal, Esther Salami and Mateo Valero (Univ.
Politecnica de Catalunya)
Reduction for Scientific Applications on Shared-Memory Multiprocessors".
Arndt Balzer (Univ. of Federal Armed Forces Munich, Germany)
Way Allocation for High Performance, Low Power Caches".
Matthew Ziegler, Adam Spanberger, Ganesh Pai, Mircea Stan and Kevin
Skadron (Univ. of Virginia)
IPC in the 10's via Resource Flow Computing".
Augustus Uhl, David Morano, Alireza Khalafi, Marcos de Alba, Maryam
Ashouei, David Kaeli (Northeastern Univ.) and Sean Langford (Univ. of