The following are open-source software projects developed by our group. Many of them are hosted at https://github.com/stanford-mast. We welcome feedback and bug reports, but the software is supplied “as is” and all use is at your own risk.
NN_dataflow: a tool for exploration of energy-efficient dataflow schedules for neural networks.
ReFlex: a software system that provides remote access to NVMe Flash with performance nearly identical to local NVM Flash devices.
IX : a dataplane operating system for low latency and high performance.
iBench: a microbenchmark suite for quantifying interference on shared resources.
BVT: a borrowed virtual time (BVT) scheduler for Linux, implemented as an extension to CFS.
Mutilate: a high-performance memcached load generator.
Dune: a system that provides direct but safe access to privileged hardware features, while preserving the existing OS interfaces for processes.
Phoenix: a shared-memory MapReduce framework.
STAMP: a benchmark suite for transactional memory research.
EigenBench: a synthetic benchmark for transactional memory.
OpenTM: an extension of OpenMP for memory transactions.