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By Jesus Carretero, Javier Garcia-Blas, Ryan K.L. Ko, Peter Mueller, Koji Nakano

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixteenth overseas convention on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing, ICA3PP 2016, held in Granada, Spain, in December 2016.

The 30 complete papers and 22 brief papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 117 submissions. They hide many dimensions of parallel algorithms and architectures, encompassing basic theoretical techniques, sensible experimental tasks, and advertisement elements and structures attempting to push past the bounds of current applied sciences, together with experimental efforts, cutting edge platforms, and investigations that determine weaknesses in latest parallel processing technology.

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When a write miss brings unsafe bits and VSP, an entry containing them is inserted into VTable. The entry does not store actual data. When a line is invalidated or evicted from the processor’s cache and VTable contains an associated entry, the entry is removed from VTable. Handling Cache Line Evictions. When a line is evicted from the cache, some of the words of that line might still be present in the associated DBuf. We propose to use a Counting Bloom Filter (CBF) [4] that hashes (word) addresses of all Hardware-Based Sequential Consistency Violation Detection Made Simpler 31 entries of DBuf (similar to prior schemes [22,24]).

Section 4 explains a directory based scheme. Without loss of generality, let us assume an MSI protocol. We will discuss all cases – store miss/hit and load miss/hit. When a processor suffers a write miss due to a store, it broadcasts an invalidation. Every processor snoops on the bus and responds. All the steps mentioned in Fig. 4 are applied. When a store causes a write hit, the associated cache line contains unsafe bits and V SP which are used to calculate V SP of the store and possibly update V SP s of later loads in DBuf.

To implement the similarity function, we follow the approach introduced in [18] by which similarity between Q and Q depends on the similarity between their graph patterns δ and δ. We can consider a graph pattern δ as composed by a number of triple patterns {P1 , . . , PK }, each composed by three terms (sk , pk , ok ). In general a term t (either subject, predicate or object) can be assigned different similarity factors φ(t , t) ∈ R[0, 1]. These factors are meant to reflect a similarity measure between the term t of the original query pattern and its counterpart t after the relaxation process.

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