Efficient Lock-Free Durable Sets

Yoav Zuriel, M.Sc. Thesis Seminar
Sunday, 8.9.2019, 14:30
Room 701 Taub Bld.
Prof. E. Petrank

Non-volatile memory is expected to co-exist or replace DRAM in upcoming architectures. Durable concurrent data structures for non-volatile memories are essential building blocks for constructing adequate software for use with these architectures. In this paper, we propose a new approach for durable concurrent sets and use this approach to build the most efficient durable hash tables available today. Evaluation shows a performance improvement factor of up to \maxImprovement{} over existing technology.

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