Cuzzocrea, Alfredo, Mumolo, Enzo, Hassani, Marwan & Grasso, Giorgio Mario (2018). A Markov-Model-based framework for supporting real-time generation of synthetic memory references effectively and efficiently. Proceedings – DMSVIVA 2018 (pp. 83-90). Pittsburgh: Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School.
Driven by several real-life case studies and in-lab developments, synthetic memory reference generation has a long tradition in computer science research. The goal is that of reproducing the running of an arbitrary program, whose generated traces can later be used for simulations and experiments. In this paper we investigate this research context and provide principles and algorithms of a Markov-Model-based framework for supporting real-time generation of synthetic memory references effectively and efficiently. Specifically, our approach is based on a novel Machine Learning algorithm we called Hierarchical Hidden/non Hidden Markov Model (HHnHMM). Experimental results conclude this paper.