yyang363 «at» ucsc·edu
She is a second-year Computer Science System Ph.D. student advised by Andrew Quinn. Her main focus is the reliability and speed of new systems like CXL based on the observability of kernel and outer devices. Here's her current research topic
* Understanding the performance characteristics of CXL.mem systems leveraging MGLRU and eBPF.
* Resolving RPC/GPU memory offloading latency in the message-passing protocol using CXL.cache.
* WebAssembly Live migration across CXL.mem pools/ distributed filesystems/ network proxy to heterogeneous devices.
|Mar 26, 2023||
Tanvir Ahmed Khan,
CXLMemSim: A pure software simulated CXL.mem for performance characterization,The fifth Young Architect Workshop (YArch'23), March 2023. [CXL SIG (Disaggregated Memory)]
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