Issue No. 11 - November (1976 vol. 9)
D. Ferrari , University of California
Among the performance characteristics of programs, the patterns of memory references they generate have the unique property of being totally irrelevant in a non-virtual memory context and perhaps the most important aspect of program behavior in a virtual memory system. It is because of their importance in the latter case that the referencing behavior is so often referred to as the "behavior" par excellence.
D. Ferrari, "Program Behavior," in Computer, vol. 9, no. , pp. 7-8, 1976.