Thomas G. Robertazzi

Affiliations: 
Electrical and Computer Engineering Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
Area:
Petascale and Exascale Computing, Computer networks; parallel processing, grid computing, scheduling, performance evaluation and electric power.
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Ren Y, Li T, Yu D, et al. (2015) Design, implementation, and evaluation of a NUMA-Aware cache for iSCSI storage servers Ieee Transactions On Parallel and Distributed Systems. 26: 413-422
Zhang Z, Robertazzi TG. (2015) Scheduling Divisible Loads in Gaussian, Mesh and Torus Network of Processors Ieee Transactions On Computers. 64: 3249-3264
Wang K, Robertazzi TG. (2015) Scheduling divisible loads with nonlinear communication time Ieee Transactions On Aerospace and Electronic Systems. 51: 2479-2485
Ying Z, Robertazzi TG. (2014) Signature searching in a networked collection of files Ieee Transactions On Parallel and Distributed Systems. 25: 1339-1348
Ren Y, Li T, Yu D, et al. (2013) Design and performance evaluation of NUMA-aware RDMA-based end-to-end data transfer systems International Conference For High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, Sc
Li T, Ren Y, Yu D, et al. (2013) Characterization of Input/Output bandwidth performance models in NUMA architecture for data intensive applications Proceedings of the International Conference On Parallel Processing. 369-378
Ren Y, Li T, Yu D, et al. (2013) Design and testbed evaluation of RDMA-based middleware for high-performance data transfer applications Journal of Systems and Software. 86: 1850-1863
Wang K, Skiena S, Robertazzi TG. (2013) Phase balancing algorithms Electric Power Systems Research. 96: 218-224
Kyong Y, Robertazzi TG. (2012) Greedy signature processing with arbitrary location distributions: A divisible load framework Ieee Transactions On Aerospace and Electronic Systems. 48: 3027-3041
Suresh S, Run C, Kim HJ, et al. (2012) Scheduling second-order computational load in master-slave paradigm Ieee Transactions On Aerospace and Electronic Systems. 48: 780-793
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