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I/O prefetching for recursive data structures.

Farah Farzana

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**2004**
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Written in English

Out-of-core applications that manipulate data too large to fit entirely in memory, tend to waste a large percentage of their execution times waiting for disk requests to complete. We can hide disk latency from these applications by taking advantage of under-utilized I/O resources to perform prefetching. However, while I/O prefetching has proven to be quite successful in array-based numeric codes; its applicability in pointer-based codes has not been explored.In this thesis, we explore the potential of applying the concepts of cache prefetching for pointer-based applications to prefetch items from the disk to memory. We also propose a new data structure for prefetching the elements of linked lists that can effectively reduce the run-time at the expense of some extra space when there are frequent updates to the list. Experimental results demonstrate that our technique is able to outperform previous techniques when there are significant changes to the list.

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Pagination | 100 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 100 |

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Open Library | OL19512404M |

ISBN 10 | 0612952673 |

Search the book. Enter search terms or a module, class or function name. Binary Tree as a Recursive Data Structure. Binary Tree as a Recursive Data Structure; The Full Binary Tree Theorem; Binary Tree Traversals. Chapter 15 Advanced Data Structures. While prefetching has enjoyed considerable success in array-based numeric codes, its potential in pointer-based applications has remained largely unexplored. This paper investigates compilerbased prefetching for pointer-based applicationsin particular, those containing recursive data structures.

Data Structures & Algorithms ExecutionTimeCases Therearethree cases which are usually used tocomparevarious data structure's execution time in a relative manner. Worst Case − This is the scenario where a particular data structure operation takes maximum time it can take. If an operation's worst case time is ƒ(n) then. It's useful, especially for specific data structures. You feel really cool after writing like a really elegant recursive solution. [] It's like this much, this many .

over the memory management of complex data structures. To demonstrate this fact, we show how two classes of space optimization can be encoded in a language based on recur-sive alias types. The rst optimization, called destination-passingstyle[34, 16, 5] transforms algorithms that are \tail-recursive modulo allocation" into properly tail. A recursive, or self-referential, data structure in which each node stores some data along with pointers to other nodes, referred to as children. Recursive Data Type A data structure which contains pointers or references to itself, such as a tree or a linked list. Node One element of a tree or a linked list. Traverse.

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