Note that we have not yet updated the version of the DSFinder tool on this website to match that described in the AOSD submission. We hope to do so in the next few days.

This page presents the results of the DSFinder tool described in the paper "Implementation and Use of Data Structures in Java Programs" [slides]. DSFinder is a tool that uses the Java ASM bytecode library to investigate the occurrences of ad-hoc data structures within a program. The results include the raw output of the program, as well as our further manual analysis of the results.

The DSFinder tool is distributed under the GPL, and is available for download. We have also released a tarball of the benchmark suite we used to generate the results.