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A Technique for Fast Process Creation Based on Creation Location

Title
A Technique for Fast Process Creation Based on Creation Location
Author
정기석
Keywords
Process management; Software parallelization; Multi-core CPU
Issue Date
2011-12
Publisher
한국정보과학회
Citation
Journal of computing science and engineering, 2011, 5(4), P.283-287, 5P.
Abstract
Due to the proliferation of software parallelization on multi-core CPUs, the number of concurrently executing processes is rapidly increasing. Unlike processes running in a server environment, those executing in a multi-core desktop or a multi-core mobile platform have various correlations. Therefore, it is crucial to consider correlations among concurrently running processes. In this paper, we exploit the property that for a given created location in the binary image of the parent process, the average running time of child processes residing in the run-queue differs. We claim that this property can be exploited to improve the overall system performance by running processes that have a relatively short running time before those with a longer running time. Experimental results verified that the running time was actually improved by 11%.
URI
http://jcse.kiise.org/PublishedPaper/year_abstract.asp?idx=105&page_url=Back_Issues
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