• Valgrind

  • Referenced in 58 articles [sw04420]
  • includes six production-quality tools: a memory error detector, two thread error detectors, a cache...
  • SVMlight

  • Referenced in 261 articles [sw04076]
  • 2002a ]. [Joachims, 1999a]. The algorithm has scalable memory requirements and can handle problems with many ... includes two efficient estimation methods for both error rate and precision/recall. XiAlpha-estimates [Joachims, 2002a...
  • ALBERTA

  • Referenced in 170 articles [sw01061]
  • finite element toolbox using Bisectioning refinement and Error control by Residual Techniques for scientific Applications ... solved. Furthermore, it is suitable for distributed memory parallel computers including PC clusters...
  • TABI

  • Referenced in 22 articles [sw18194]
  • solvated protein. We present the error, CPU time, and memory usage, and compare results ... equations. We show that the treecode approximation error can be made smaller than the discretization ... error, and we compare two versions of the treecode, one with uniform clusters ... performance combined with relatively simple implementation, efficient memory usage, and geometric adaptability...
  • SAFECode

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw13323]
  • generally not sound because of possible memory errors due to dangling pointer references, uninitialized pointers ... type information for a subset of memory ... never invalidated by any possible memory errors. We formalize our approach as a new type ... ensure that hard-to-detect memory errors (dangling pointer references and certain array bounds errors...
  • SEC-DED

  • Referenced in 18 articles [sw03207]
  • with single byte error detection and partial correction capability for computer memory systems This correspondence ... extends the protection provided by previous single error correcting (SEC)-double error detecting (DED)-single ... byte error detecting (SBD) codes. The proposed codes are systematic odd-weight-column ... codword that are fed by the same memory chip or card. These codes are useful...
  • AddressSanitizer

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw36264]
  • languages like C and C++. Many memory error detectors exist, but most of them ... This paper presents AddressSanitizer, a new memory error detector. Our tool finds out-of-bounds ... after-free bugs. It employs a specialized memory allocator and code instrumentation that is simple...
  • STL

  • Referenced in 80 articles [sw11800]
  • free programs. Furthermore, many new kinds of errors may arise from the inaccurate ... template parameter in order to customize the memory management. Allocator types are accountable for allocation...
  • SLICOT

  • Referenced in 81 articles [sw01095]
  • must either return reliable results or an error or warning indicator; 3. numerical stability ... performance with respect to speed and memory requirements. Although important because of ever increasing complexity...
  • MESH

  • Referenced in 22 articles [sw07730]
  • M.E.S.H. : Measuring Error between Surfaces using the Hausdorff distance. This paper proposes an efficient method ... order to reduce unnecessary computation and memory usage. Results show that when compared to similar...
  • Insure++

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw10058]
  • Runtime Analysis and Memory Error Detection for C and C++: Parasoft® Insure++® identifies difficult ... track programming and memory-access errors, such as memory corruption, memory leaks, access outside...
  • HyperLogLog

  • Referenced in 20 articles [sw02063]
  • very large data ensembles. Using an auxiliary memory of m units (typically, “short bytes”), HyperLogLog ... such that the relative accuracy (the standard error) is typically about 1·04/m. This improves ... consuming only 64% of the original memory. For instance, the new algorithm makes it possible...
  • Massdal

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw14987]
  • little error checking (parameters in range, memory allocation errors) in these implementations...
  • SymPLFIED

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw20832]
  • comprehensively enumerates all transient hardware errors in registers, memory, and computation (expressed symbolically as value...
  • COMeT+

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw20557]
  • With an increase in error susceptibility, the need for memory resiliency also increases. Self-testing ... memory health can proactively check for errors to improve resiliency. This paper describes a software ... memory is tested within a fixed time interval to limit exposure to lurking errors ... insignificant. When emulated errors were injected into physical memory, applications executed 1.13× to 4.41× longer...
  • ADOL-F

  • Referenced in 10 articles [sw00020]
  • truncation errors at a small multiple of the run time and randomly accessed memory...
  • DaStGen

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw30530]
  • data structures with respect to memory manually is error-prone and cumbersome. This paper presents ... Using the tool reduces any algorithm’s memory footprint, it speeds up memory-bounded applications...
  • Reptile

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw35195]
  • reads with existing error correction methods is both compute and memory intensive, yet the results ... present a novel approach, termed Reptile, for error correction in short-read data from next ... mers from the input reads, and corrects errors by simultaneously examining: (i) Hamming distance-based ... data that does not fit in main memory. In addition to sequence data, Reptile...
  • KMC

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw20510]
  • sequencer. Unfortunately, sequencing errors (frequent in practice) results in huge memory requirements for de Bruijn ... likely obtained as a result of an error) are discarded. Thus, KMC scans ... competitors) it outperforms them in both memory requirements and speed of computation. The disk space...
  • MC-ORACLE

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw12641]
  • implicated in the occurrence of soft errors in memory devices. To predict the reliability ... based on the common empirical soft error criterion for a critical charge deposited...