PLDI Practice Talk -- Globally Precise-restartable Execution of Parallel Programs

Emerging trends in computer design and use are likely to make exceptions, once rare, the norm, especially as the system size grows. Due to exceptions, arising from hardware faults, approximate computing, dynamic resource management, etc., successful and error-free
execution of programs may no longer be assured. Yet, designers will want to tolerate the exceptions so that the programs execute completely, efficiently and without external intervention.


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