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Tue 10 Nov 2020 01:35 - 01:36 at Virtual room 2 - Analysis 2

We present Dads, the first distributed, online, scalable, and cost-effective dynamic slicer for continuously-running distributed programs with respect to user-specified budget constraints. Dads is distributed by design to exploit distributed and parallel computing resources. With an online analysis, it avoids tracing hence the associated time and space costs. Most importantly, Dads achieves and maintains practical scalability and cost-effectiveness tradeoffs according to a given budget on analysis time by continually and automatically adjusting the configuration of its analysis algorithm on the fly via reinforcement learning. Against eight real-world Java distributed systems, we empirically demonstrated the scalability and cost-effectiveness merits of Dads. The open-source tool package of Dads with a demo video is publicly available.

Tue 10 Nov
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01:30 - 01:35
Talk
Journal First
Karim AliUniversity of Alberta, Xiaoni LaiGoogle, Zhaoyi LuoMicrosoft, Ondřej LhotákUniversity of Waterloo, Julian DolbyIBM Research, USA, Frank TipNortheastern University
Pre-print Media Attached
01:33 - 01:34
Talk
Industry Papers
Bennett MackenzieMcMaster University, Canada, Vera PantelicMcMaster University, Canada, Gordon MarksMcMaster University, Canada, Stephen Wynn-WilliamsMcMaster University, Canada, Gehan SelimMcMaster University, Canada, Mark LawfordMcMaster, Alan WassyngMcMaster University, Canada, Moustapha DiabFCA, USA, Feisel WeslatiFCA, USA
DOI
01:35 - 01:36
Talk
Tool Demos
Xiaoqin FuWashington State University, Haipeng CaiWashington State University, USA, Li LiMonash University, Australia
DOI
01:37 - 01:38
Talk
Research Papers
Bobby BruceUniversity of California at Davis, USA, Tianyi ZhangHarvard University, USA, Jaspreet AroraUniversity of California at Los Angeles, USA, Guoqing Harry XuUniversity of California at Los Angeles, Miryung KimUniversity of California at Los Angeles, USA
DOI
01:39 - 01:40
Talk
Research Papers
Sooyoung ChaKorea University, South Korea, Hakjoo OhKorea University
DOI
01:41 - 02:00
Talk
Research Papers
Karim AliUniversity of Alberta, Pengyu NieUniversity of Texas at Austin, USA, SooYoung Chae, Xiaoqin FuWashington State University, Hoda KhalilCarleton University, M: Shin Hwei TanSouthern University of Science and Technology