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    • A Computational Framework to Understand Vascular Adaptation 

      Rahman, Mahbubur 1982- (2015-05)
      Researchers have been continuously applying a wide variety of approaches to understand vascular adaptation over the past two decades. However, the specific cause/effect or links between the hemodynamic factors, inflammatory ...
    • A FRAMEWORK ARCHITECTURE FOR SHARED FILE POINTER OPERATIONS IN OPEN MPI 

      Vanegas, Carlos R 1980- (2013-05)
      MPI is a message passing interface that provides a distributed memory programming model for parallel computation. MPI-I/O is a parallel I/O library that is part of the MPI-2 specification. As an intermediate layer between ...
    • A High-Level Programming Model for Embedded Multicore Processors 

      Aribuki, Ayodunni 1982- (2013-08)
      Traditionally, embedded programmers have relied on using low-level mechanisms for coordinating parallelism and managing memory. This is typically a herculean task, especially considering that this approach is processor-specific ...
    • A SIMILARITY-BASED ANALYSIS TOOL FOR SCIENTIFIC APPLICATION PORTING 

      Ding, Wei 1981- (2013-12)
      Porting applications to a new system is a nontrivial job in the HPC field. It is a very time-consuming, labor-intensive process, and the quality of the results will depend critically on the experience of the experts involved. ...
    • A Strategy for Mapping Threads to GPUs in a Directive-Based Programming Model 

      Shen, Chen 1988- (2017-05)
      The proliferation of accelerators in modern clusters makes efficient coprocessor programming a key requirement if application codes are to achieve high levels of performance with acceptable energy consumption on such ...
    • An Evaluation of Key-value Stores in Scientific Applications 

      Shirwadkar, Sonia 1989-; 0000-0001-6729-2907 (2017-05)
      Big data analytics is a rapidly evolving multidisciplinary field that involves the use of computing capacity, tools, techniques, and theories to solve scientific and engineering problems. With the big data boom, scientific ...
    • AN EVALUATION OF THE SPARK PROGRAMMING MODEL FOR BIG DATA ANALYTICS 

      Ayyalasomayajula, Haripriya 1992- (2015-05)
      The focus of companies like Google, Amazon etc. is to gain competitive business advantage from the insights drawn by processing petabytes of data. Big Data refers to data characterized by large volume, great variety, and ...
    • Compiler Cost Model for Multicore Architectures 

      Tolubaeva, Munara 1986- (2014-05)
      The intention to move from single core to multicore architectures has been to increase the performance of a system and hence increase the performance of an application. However, obtaining the optimal application performance ...
    • Contextual Descriptors for Human Activity Recognition 

      Tran, Khai Nguyen 1984- (2013-08)
      Human activity recognition is one of the most challenging problems that has received considerable attention from the computer vision community in recent years. Its applications are diverse, spanning from its use in activity ...
    • DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF DENSE WAVELENGTH DIVISION MULTIPLEXING ROUTERS 

      Shete, Vikram 1981- (2012-08)
      Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) allows hundreds of wavelength channels to be carried in a single optical fiber, at the rate of 40 Gb/s and beyond, and is the most promising solution for next generation networks. ...
    • Efficient Message Logging to Support Process Replicas in a Volunteer Computing Environment 

      Islam, Mdtarikul 1986- (2013-12)
      A volunteer PC grid is a low cost computing environment where nodes are heterogeneous and availability is highly unpredictable. This research is in the context of a communication model based on the single sided put/get ...
    • Energy Measurements and Analysis to Understand Computing Systems and Networks 

      Han, Dong 1985- (2014-12)
      In this work, we design techniques to use energy instrumentation to study the health and workloads of a computing system. Analysis of energy consumption with the goal of understanding the computing system in an uncontrolled ...
    • Enhanced Debugging of Data Races in Parallel Programs Using OpenMP 

      Hervey, Marcus W 1970- (2016-12)
      Parallel computing is pervasive. The variety and number of parallel hardware architectures increase daily. As this technology evolves, parallel developers will need productivity enhancing tools to analyze, debug, and ...
    • Enhancing the Expressivity of OpenMP API through Task-to-Task Synchronization 

      LaGrone, James 1967- (2013-12)
      OpenMP is an application programmer interface that provides a parallel program- ming model that has been successfully used to parallelize sequential applications on shared-memory systems. The current OpenMP specification ...
    • HPX-RTE: A LIGHTWEIGHT RUNTIME ENVIRONMENT FOR OPEN MPI 

      Montakhabi, Hadi 1983- (2015-12)
      High-performance computing systems are growing toward hundreds-of-thousands to million-node machines, utilizing the computing power of billions of cores. Running parallel applications on such large machines efficiently ...
    • IMAGE ANALYSIS FOR ZEBRAFISH VASCULATURE 

      Hans, Charu 1985- (2015-08)
      Zebrafish has become a viable model for various research including vertebrate development, gene expression analysis, human diseases modeling, drug screening and toxicology analysis. Zebrafish have a closed circulatory ...
    • Influence of Runtime Parameters on the Performance of Parallel Applications 

      Mangrulkar, Shailesh 1989- (2012-12)
      Most parallel and sequential applications achieve a low percentage of the theoretical peak performance of a given processor and platform. While some of the reasons for this performance problem, such as cache utilization ...
    • LARGE SCALE NETWORK PROTOCOL EMULATION ON COMMODITY CLOUD 

      Dutta, Anirup 1989- (2013-12)
      Network emulation allows us to evaluate network protocol implementations, typically in higher fidelity than simulations. Most emulators allow execution of code in the platform or environment similar to the target platform ...
    • METHODS FOR PROCESSING 3D IMAGES FOR BREAST MORPHOLOGY 

      Zhao, Lijuan 1970- (2015-05)
      In this research, two novel algorithms are developed to facilitate quantitative evaluation of breast aesthetics for preoperative planning and postoperative outcome assessment in breast reconstruction surgery in cancer ...
    • Modeling Human Motion for Predicting Usage of Hospital Operating Room 

      Sghir, Ilyes 1990- (2014-08)
      We present a system that exploits existing video streams from an hospital operating room (OR) to infer the OR usage state through Bayesian modeling. We define OR states based on common surgical processes that are relevant ...