Journal publications

  1. M. R. Lakin and D. Stefanovic, Supervised learning in adaptive DNA strand displacement networks. ACS Synthetic Biology, 5(8), 885-897 (2016).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1021/acssynbio.6b00009]

  2. D. Blount, P. Banda, C. Teuscher, and D. Stefanovic, Feedforward Chemical Neural Network: A Cellular Chemical System that Learns XOR. Artificial Life, in press.

  3. D. Mo, M. R. Lakin, and D. Stefanovic, Logic Circuits Based on Molecular Spider Systems. BioSystems, 146, 10-25 (2016).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1016/j.biosystems.2016.03.008]

  4. J. Bürger, A. Goudarzi, D. Stefanovic, and C. Teuscher, Computational Capacity and Energy Consumption of Complex Resistive Switch Networks. AIMS Materials Science, 2(4), 530-545 (2015).
    [doi: 10.3934/matersci.2015.4.530]

  5. M. R. Lakin, D. Stefanovic, and A. Phillips, Modular verification of chemical reaction network encodings via serializability analysis. Theoretical Computer Science, 632, 21-42 (2016).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1016/j.tcs.2015.06.033]

  6. C. W. Brown III, M. R. Lakin, A. Fabry-Wood, E. K. Horwitz, N. A. Baker, D. Stefanovic, and S. W. Graves, A Unified Sensor Architecture for Isothermal Detection of Double-Stranded DNA, Oligonucleotides, and Small Molecules. ChemBioChem, 16, 725-730 (2015).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1002/cbic.201402615]

  7. M. R. Lakin, A. Minnich, T. Lane, and D. Stefanovic, Design of a biochemical circuit motif for learning linear functions. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 11(101), 20140902 (2014).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1098/rsif.2014.0902]

  8. M. R. Lakin, C. W. Brown. III, E. K. Horwitz, M. L. Fanning, H. E. West, D. Stefanovic, and S. W. Graves, Biophysically inspired rational design of structured chimeric substrates for DNAzyme cascade engineering. PLoS ONE, 9(10): e110986 (2014).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0110986]

  9. P. L. Krapivsky and D. Stefanovic, Lattice gases with a point source. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, P09003 (2014).
    [pdf]

  10. J. E. Poje, T. Kastratovic, A. R. Macdonald, A. C. Guillermo, S. E. Troetti, O. J. Jabado, M. L. Fanning, D. Stefanovic, and J. Macdonald, Visual Displays that Directly Interface and Provide Read-Outs of Molecular States via Molecular Graphics Processing Units. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 53(35), 9222-9225 (2014).

  11. M. N. Stojanovic, D. Stefanovic, and S. Rudchenko, Exercises in Molecular Computing. Accounts of Chemical Research, 47 (6) 1845-1852 (2014).

  12. C. W. Brown, III, M. R. Lakin, E. K. Horwitz, M. L. Fanning, H. E. West, D. Stefanovic, and S. W. Graves, Signal Propagation in Multi-Layer DNAzyme Cascades using Structured Chimeric Substrates. Angewandte Chemie, 53(28), 7183-7187 (2014).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1002/anie.201402691]

  13. C. W. Brown III, M. R. Lakin, D. Stefanovic, and S. W. Graves, Catalytic Molecular Logic Devices by DNAzyme Displacement. ChemBioChem, 15, 950-954 (2014).
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1002/cbic.201400047]

  14. P. Banda, C. Teuscher, and D. Stefanovic, Training an Asymmetric Signal Perceptron through Reinforcement in an Artificial Chemistry. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 11(93), 20131100 (2014).

  15. O. Semenov, D. Mohr, and D. Stefanovic, First-passage time properties of multivalent catalytic walkers. Physical Review E, 88, 012724 (2013).

  16. M. J. Olah and D. Stefanovic, Superdiffusive transport by multivalent molecular walkers moving under load. Physical Review E, 87, 062713 (2013).

  17. O. Semenov, M. J. Olah, and D. Stefanovic, Cooperative Linear Cargo Transport with Molecular Spiders. Natural Computing, 12(2), 259-276 (2013).

  18. K.-A. Yang, R. Pei, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, Optimizing Cross-reactivity with Evolutionary Search for Sensors. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134(3), 1642-1647 (2012).

  19. O. Semenov, M. J. Olah, and D. Stefanovic, Mechanism of Diffusive Transport in Molecular Spider Models. Mechanism of Diffusive Transport in Molecular Spider Models. , Physical Review E, 83, 021117 (2011).

  20. M. N. Stojanovic and D. Stefanovic, Chemistry at a Higher Level of Abstraction. Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 8(3), 434-440 (2011).

  21. R. Pei, E. Matamoros, M. Liu, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, Training a molecular automaton to play a game. Nature Nanotechnology, 5, 773-777 (2010).

  22. R. Pei, A. Shen, M. J. Olah, D. Stefanovic, T. Worgall, and M. N. Stojanovic, High-resolution Cross Reactive Array for Alkaloids. Chemical Communications, 22, 3193-3195 (2009).

  23. E. Green, M. J. Olah, T. Abramova, L. R. Williams, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, A Rational Approach to Minimal High-Resolution Cross-Reactive Arrays. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 128(47), 15278-15282 (2006).

  24. J. Macdonald, Y. Li, M. Sutovic, H. Lederman, K. Pendri, W. Lu, B. L. Andrews, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, Medium Scale Integration of Molecular Logic Gates in an Automaton. Nano Letters, 6(11), 2598-2603 (2006).

  25. R. Pei, S. K. Taylor, D. Stefanovic, S. Rudchenko, T. E. Mitchell, and M. N. Stojanovic, Behavior of Polycatalytic Assemblies in a Substrate-Displaying Matrix. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 128(39), 12693-12699 (2006).

  26. H. Inoue, D. Stefanovic, and S. Forrest, On the Prediction of Java Object Lifetimes. IEEE Transactions on Computers, 55(7), 880-892 (2006).

  27. M. Hertz, S. M. Blackburn, J. E. B. Moss, K. S. McKinley, and D. Stefanovic, Generating Object Lifetime Traces with Merlin. ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, 28(3), 476-516 (2006).

  28. J. Sager, M. Young, and D. Stefanovic, Characterization of Transverse Channel Concentration Profiles Obtainable With a Class of Microfluidic Networks. Langmuir, 22(9), 4452-4455 (2006).

  29. H. Lederman, J. Macdonald, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, Deoxyribozyme-Based Three-Input Logic Gates and Construction of a Molecular Full Adder. Biochemistry, 45(4), 1194-1199 (2006).

  30. E. G. Barrantes, D. H. Ackley, S. Forrest, and D. Stefanovic, Randomized Instruction Set Emulation. ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, 8(1), 3-40 (2005).

  31. M. N. Stojanovic, S. Semova, D. Kolpashchikov, J. Macdonald, C. Morgan, and D. Stefanovic, Deoxyribozyme-Based Ligase Logic Gates and Their Initial Circuits. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 127(19), 6914-6915 (2005).

  32. M. N. Stojanovic and D. Stefanovic, A Deoxyribozyme-Based Molecular Automaton. Nature Biotechnology, 21, 1069-1074 (2003).

  33. M. N. Stojanovic and D. Stefanovic, Deoxyribozyme-based Half-Adder. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 125(22), 6673-6676 (2003).

  34. M. N. Stojanovic, D. B. Nikic, and D. Stefanovic, Implicit-OR tiling of Deoxyribozymes: Construction of Molecular Scale OR, NAND, and Four-Input Logic Gates. Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 68(4-5), 321-326 (2003).

  35. M. N. Stojanovic, T. E. Mitchell, and D. Stefanovic, Deoxyribozyme-Based Logic Gates. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 124(14), 3555-3561 (2002).


Conference publications

  1. G. Stelle, D. Stefanovic, S. Olivier, and S. Forrest, Cactus Environment Machine: Shared Environment Call-by-Need. In 17th Symposium on Trends in Functional ProgrammingTrends in Functional Programming (TFP), 2016.

  2. D. Mohr and D. Stefanovic, Stella: A Python-based Domain-Specific Language for Simulations. In ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, 2016.
    [pdf]

  3. D. Mo, M. R. Lakin, and D. Stefanovic, Scalable Design of Logic Circuits using an Active Molecular Spider System. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information Processing in Cells and Tissues (IPCAT), 2015.
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-23108-2_2]

  4. J. Bürger, A. Goudarzi, D. Stefanovic, and C. Teuscher, Hierarchical Composition of Memristive Networks for Real-Time Computing. In 11th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures (NANOARCH), 2015.

  5. M. R. Lakin and D. Stefanovic, Supervised learning in an adaptive DNA strand displacement circuit. In A. Phillips and P. Yin (eds.), Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9211, 154-167, 2015.
    [abstract] [bib] [draft pdf] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-21999-8_10]

  6. A. Goudarzi, A. Shabani, and D. Stefanovic, Exploring Transfer Function Nonlinearity in Echo State Networks. In Eighth IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Security and Defense Applications, 2015.

  7. A. Goudarzi, A. Shabani, and D. Stefanovic, Product Echo State Networks: Time-Series Computation with Multiplicative Neurons. In International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 2015.

  8. A. Goudarzi, D. Arnold, D. Stefanovic, K. Ferreira, and G. Feldman, A Principled Approach to HPC Event Monitoring. In Fault Tolerance for HPC at eXtreme Scale Workshop (FTXS), 2015.
    [pdf]

  9. A. Goudarzi and D. Stefanovic, Towards a Calculus of Echo State Networks. In Annual International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA), 2014.

  10. A. Goudarzi, M. R. Lakin, D. Stefanovic, and C. Teuscher, A Model for Variation- and Fault-Tolerant Digital Logic using Self-Assembled Nanowire Architectures. In Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures (NANOARCH), 116-121, 2014.
    [abstract] [bib] [pdf] [doi: 10.1109/NANOARCH.2014.6880504]

  11. A. Goudarzi, M. R. Lakin, and D. Stefanovic, Reservoir computing approach to robust computation using unreliable nanoscale networks. In O. H. Ibarra, L. Kari and S. Kopecki (eds.), Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 8553, 164-176, Springer-Verlag, 2014.
    [abstract] [bib] [pdf] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-08123-6_14]

  12. M. R. Lakin and D. Stefanovic, Pattern formation by spatially organized approximate majority reactions. In O. H. Ibarra, L. Kari and S. Kopecki (eds.), Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 8553, 254-266, Springer-Verlag, 2014.
    [abstract] [bib] [pdf] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-08123-6_21]

  13. D. Stefanovic, M. N. Stojanovic, M. J. Olah, and O. Semenov, Catalytic Molecular Walkers: Aspects of Product Release. In 12th European Conference on Artificial Life, 2013.
    [pdf]

  14. M. R. Lakin, A. Phillips, and D. Stefanovic, Modular verification of DNA strand displacement networks via serializability analysis. In: 19th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, 133-146, 2013.
    [abstract] [bib] [pdf] [appendices] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-01928-4_10]

  15. D. Mo and D. Stefanovic, Iterative Self-Assembly with Dynamic Strength Transformation and Temperature Control. In: 19th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, xxx-xxx, 2013.
    [pdf]

  16. A. Goudarzi, M. R. Lakin, and D. Stefanovic, DNA Reservoir Computing: A Novel Molecular Computing Approach. In: 19th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, 76-89, 2013.
    [abstract] [bib] [pdf] [appendices] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-01928-4_6]

  17. D. Stefanovic and M. N. Stojanovic, Computing Game Strategies. In: Computability in Europe, 2013.
    [pdf]

  18. D. Stefanovic, Maze Exploration with Molecular-Scale Walkers. In: Theory and Practice of Natural Computing, 2012.
    [pdf]

  19. M. R. Lakin, A. Minnich, T. Lane, and D. Stefanovic, Towards a biomolecular learning machine. In: Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation, 152-163, 2012.
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-32894-7_15]

  20. M. J. Olah, D. Mohr, and D. Stefanovic, Representing Uniqueness Constraints in Object-Relational Mapping: The Natural Entity Framework. In: TOOLS, 50th International Conference on Objects, Models, Components, Patterns, 2012.
    [pdf]

  21. O. Semenov, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, The Effects of Multivalency and Kinetics in Nanoscale Search by Molecular Spiders. In: WIVACE2012, Italian Workshop on Artificial Life and Evolutionary Computation, 2012.
    [pdf]

  22. M. J. Olah and D. Stefanovic, Multivalent Random Walkers - A Model for Deoxyribozyme Walkers. In: 17th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, 2011.
    [pdf]

  23. O. Semenov, M. J. Olah, and D. Stefanovic, Multiple Molecular Spiders With a Single Localized Source - the One-Dimensional Case. In: 17th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, 2011.
    [pdf]

  24. M. L. Fanning, J. Macdonald, and D. Stefanovic, ISO: Numeric Representation of Nucleic Acid Form. In: BCB2011, ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Biomedicine, 2011.
    [pdf]

  25. M. Marron, R. Majumdar, D. Stefanovic, and D. Kapur, Shape Analysis with Reference Set Relations. In: VMCAI2010, Verification, Model Checking, and Abstract Interpretation, 2010.

  26. M. L. Fanning, J. Macdonald, and D. Stefanovic, Evolving The Deoxyribozyme-Based Logic Gate Design Process Through MAYA II Reconstruction. In: DNA15, 15th International Meeting on DNA Computing, 2009.

  27. M. Marron, M. Méndez-Lojo, M. Hermenegildo, D. Stefanovic, and D. Kapur, Sharing Analysis of Arrays, Collections, and Recursive Structures. In: PASTE2008, 8th ACM SIGPLAN-SIGSOFT Workshop on Program Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering, 2008.
    [pdf]

  28. M. Marron, D. Stefanovic, D. Kapur and M. Hermenegildo, Identification of Heap-Carried Data Dependence Via Explicit Store Heap Models. In: LCPC 2008, Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing (LCPC) 21st Annual Workshop, 2008.
    [pdf]

  29. M. Marron, M. Hermenegildo, D. Stefanovic, and D. Kapur, Efficient Context-Sensitive Shape Analysis with Graph Based Heap Models. In: Compiler Construction, 2008.
    [pdf]

  30. M. Marron, D. Stefanovic, M. Hermenegildo, and D. Kapur, Heap Analysis in the Presence of Collection Libraries. In: PASTE2007, 7th ACM SIGPLAN-SIGSOFT Workshop on Program Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering, 2007.
    [pdf]

  31. M. Marron, D. Kapur, D. Stefanovic and M. Hermenegildo, Static Heap Analysis for Automatic Parallelization. In: LCPC2006, The 19th International Workshop on Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing, 2006.
    [pdf]

  32. S. M. Blackburn, R. Garner, C. Hoffmann, A. Khan, K. S. McKinley, R. Bentzur, A. Diwan, D. Feinberg, D. Frampton, S. Z. Guyer, M. Hirzel, A. Hosking, M. Jump, H. Lee, J. E. B. Moss, A Phansalkar, D. Stefanovic, T. VanDrunen, D. von Dincklage, and B. Wiedermann, The DaCapo Benchmarks: Java Benchmarking Development and Analysis. In: OOPSLA, Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, 2006.

  33. J. Sager and D. Stefanovic, Designing Nucleotide Sequences for Computation: A Survey of Constraints. In: DNA11, 11th International Meeting on DNA Computing, Springer LNCS 3892, 2005.
    [pdf]

  34. J. Farfel and D. Stefanovic, Towards practical biomolecular computers using microfluidic deoxyribozyme logic gate networks. In: DNA11, 11th International Meeting on DNA Computing, Springer LNCS 3892, 2005.
    [pdf]

  35. C. Morgan, D. Stefanovic, C. Moore, and M. N. Stojanovic, Building the components for a biomolecular computer. In: DNA10, 10th International Meeting on DNA Computing, Springer LNCS 3384, 247-257, 2004.
    [pdf]

  36. S. Kyrylkov, D. Stefanovic, and E. Moss, Design and Implementation of a 64 Bit PowerPC Port of Jikes RVM 2.0.3. In: 2nd Workshop on Managed Run-time Environments, 2004.

  37. E. G. Barrantes, D. H. Ackley, S. Forrest, T. S. Palmer, D. Stefanovic, and D. Dai Zovi, Randomized instruction set emulation to disrupt binary code injection attacks. In: CCS2003, 10th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, 2003.
    [pdf]

  38. J. Cochran, D. Kapur, and D. Stefanovic, Model Checking Reconfigurable Processor Configurations for Safety Properties. In: FPL, 13th International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications, 2003.
    [pdf]

  39. D. Stefanovic, M. Hertz, S. M. Blackburn, K. S. McKinley and J. E. B. Moss, Older-first Garbage Collection in Practice: Evaluation in a Java Virtual Machine. In: ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Memory System Performance, 2002.
    [pdf]

  40. M. Hertz, S. Blackburn, J. E. B. Moss, K. S. McKinley, and D. Stefanovic, Error-Free Garbage Collection Traces: How to Cheat and Not Get Caught. In: ACM SIGMETRICS International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems, 2002.
    [pdf]

  41. D. Stefanovic, K. S. McKinley, and J. E. B. Moss, On Models for Object Lifetime Distributions. In: ACM International Symposium on Memory Management, 2000.
    [pdf]

  42. D. Stefanovic and M. Martonosi, Limits and Graph Structure of Available Instruction-Level Parallelism. In: Euro-Par 2000, European Conference on Parallel Computing, Springer LNCS 1900, 2000.
    [pdf]

  43. D. Stefanovic and M. Martonosi, On Availability of Bit-narrow Operations in General-purpose Applications. In: FPL, 10th International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications, Springer LNCS 1896, 2000.
    [pdf]

  44. D. Stefanovic, K. S. McKinley, and J. E. B. Moss, Age-Based Garbage Collection. In: OOPSLA, Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, 1999.
    [pdf]

  45. J. E. B. Moss, P. Utgoff, J. Cavazos, D. Precup, D. Stefanovic, C. Brodley, and D. Scheeff, Learning to Schedule Straight-Line Code. In: Neural Information Processing Systems - Natural and Synthetic, 1997.
    [pdf]

  46. D. Stefanovic and J. E. B. Moss, Characterisation of object behaviour in Standard ML of New Jersey. In: Proceedings of the 1994 ACM Conference on Lisp and Functional Programming, 1994.
    [pdf]

  47. D. Stefanovic, The Garbage Collection Toolkit as an Experimentation Tool. In: Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications: Workshop on Memory Management and Garbage Collection, 1993.
    [pdf]

  48. A. Hosking, J. E. B. Moss, and D. Stefanovic, A Comparative Performance Evaluation of Write Barrier Implementations. In: OOPSLA, Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, 1992.
    [pdf]


Chapters in books

  1. M. R. Lakin, M. N. Stojanovic, and D. Stefanovic, Implementing Molecular Logic Gates, Circuits, and Cascades Using DNAzymes. In A. Adamatzky (ed.), Advances in Unconventional Computing Volume 2: Prototypes, Models and Algorithms, Emergence, Complexity and Computation, volume 23, chapter 1, pages 1-28. Springer International Publishing, 2017.
    [abstract] [bib] [doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-33921-4_1]

  2. O. Semenov, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, The Effects of Multivalency and Kinetics in Nanoscale Search by Molecular Spiders. In S. Cagnoni, M. Mirolli, and M. Villani (eds.), Evolution, Complexity and Artificial Life. Springer, 2014.

  3. M. N. Stojanovic and D. Stefanovic, Some Experiments and Models in Molecular Computing and Robotics. In E. Katz (ed.), Biomolecular Computing: From Unconventional Computing to ``Smart'' Biosensors and Actuators, Chapter 8. Wiley-VCH, 2012.

  4. J. Macdonald, D. Stefanovic, and M. Stojanovic, Molecular Automata. In R. A. Meyers, (ed.), Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science, Springer, 2009.

  5. D. Stefanovic, Emerging models of computation: directions in molecular computing. In M. Wirsing, J.-P. Banâtre, M. Hölzl, and A. Rauschmayer (eds.), Challenges for Software-Intensive Systems and New Computing Paradigms, Springer (LNCS Vol. 5380), 2008.

  6. J. Sager, J. Farfel, and D. Stefanovic, Nanocomputing. In O. Shoseyov and I. Levy (eds.), NanoBioTechnology: BioInspired Devices and Materials of the Future, Chapter 10. Humana Press, 2008.

  7. J. Macdonald, D. Stefanovic, and M. N. Stojanovic, Solution-Phase Molecular-Scale Computation With Deoxyribozyme-Based Logic Gates and Fluorescent Readouts. In V. V. Didenko (ed.), Fluorescent Energy Transfer Nucleic Acid Probes, Chapter 22. Humana Press, 2006.

  8. M. N. Stojanovic, D. Stefanovic, Th. LaBean, and H. Yan, Computing with Nucleic Acids. In I. Willner and E. Katz (eds.), Bioelectronics: From Theory to Applications, Chapter 14. Wiley-VCH, 2005.
    [publisher link]


Technical reports

  1. S. Kyrylkov and D. Stefanovic, Comparison of Garbage Collectors Operating in a Large Address Space. Technical Report TR-CS-2005-11, Department of Computer Science, University of New Mexico, April 2005.
    [pdf]

  2. S. Kyrylkov and D. Stefanovic, A Study of Garbage Collection With a Large Address Space for Server Applications. Technical Report TR-CS-2005-1, Department of Computer Science, University of New Mexico, February 2005.
    [pdf]

  3. J. Karlin, D. Stefanovic, and S. Forrest, The Triton Branch Predictor. Technical Report TR-CS-2005-28, Department of Computer Science, University of New Mexico, October 2004.
    [pdf]

  4. T. Palmer, D. Dai Zovi, and D. Stefanovic, SIND: A Framework for Binary Translation. Technical Report TR-CS-2001-38, Department of Computer Science, University of New Mexico, December 2001.
    [pdf]

  5. D. Stefanovic, J. E. B. Moss, and K. S. McKinley, Oldest-First Garbage Collection. Technical Report UM-CS-1998-081, Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts, January 1998. (Revised April 1998.)
    [pdf]

  6. D. Stefanovic, The character of the instruction scheduling problem . Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts, March 1997.
    [pdf]


Theses

  1. D. Stefanovic, Properties of Age-Based Automatic Memory Reclamation Algorithms. PhD dissertation, University of Massachusetts, 1999.
    [pdf]

  2. D. Stefanovic, Generational copying garbage collection for Standard ML: a quantitative study. MS project report, University of Massachusetts, 1993.
    [pdf]


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