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*2009
83EEPhilipp Kegel, Maraike Schellmann, Sergei Gorlatch: Using OpenMP vs. Threading Building Blocks for Medical Imaging on Multi-cores. Euro-Par 2009: 654-665
82EEMaraike Schellmann, Sergei Gorlatch, Dominik Meiländer, Thomas Kösters, Klaus P. Schäfers, Frank Wübbeling, Martin Burger: Parallel Medical Image Reconstruction: From Graphics Processors to Grids. PaCT 2009: 457-473
81EETae Kameda, Osamu Arai, Sergei Gorlatch, Hamido Fujita: Towards a Verification-Based Development Approach for Reactive Systems. SoMeT 2009: 350-363
80EESergei Gorlatch, Jens Müller-Iden, Martin Alt, Jan Dünnweber, Hamido Fujita, Yutaka Funyu: Clayworks: Toward user-oriented software for collaborative modeling and simulation. Knowl.-Based Syst. 22(3): 209-215 (2009)
2008
79EEAlexander Ploss, Stefan Wichmann, Frank Glinka, Sergei Gorlatch: From a single- to multi-server online game: a Quake 3 case study using RTF. Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology 2008: 83-90
78EEMaraike Schellmann, Jürgen Vörding, Sergei Gorlatch, Dominik Meiländer: Cost-effective medical image reconstruction: from clusters to graphics processing units. Conf. Computing Frontiers 2008: 283-292
77EESergei Gorlatch, Frank Glinka, Alexander Ploss, Jens Müller-Iden, Radu Prodan, Vlad Nae, Thomas Fahringer: Enhancing Grids for Massively Multiplayer Online Computer Games. Euro-Par 2008: 466-477
76EEMaraike Schellmann, Jürgen Vörding, Sergei Gorlatch: Systematic Parallelization of Medical Image Reconstruction for Graphics Hardware. Euro-Par 2008: 811-821
75EEAlexander Ploss, Frank Glinka, Sergei Gorlatch: A Case Study on Using RTF for Developing Multi-player Online Games. Euro-Par Workshops 2008: 390-400
74EEJustin Ferris, Mike Surridge, E. Rowland Watkins, Thomas Fahringer, Radu Prodan, Frank Glinka, Sergei Gorlatch, Christoph Anthes, Alexis Arragon, Christopher J. Rawlings, Arton Lipaj: Edutain@Grid: A Business Grid Infrastructure for Real-Time On-Line Interactive Applications. GECON 2008: 152-162
73EETorsten Hoefler, Maraike Schellmann, Sergei Gorlatch, Andrew Lumsdaine: Communication Optimization for Medical Image Reconstruction Algorithms. PVM/MPI 2008: 75-83
72 Sergei Gorlatch, Frank Glinka, Alexander Ploss, Allaithy Raed, Hamido Fujita: User-Oriented Software Development for Real-Time Online Applications. SoMeT 2008: 339-360
71 Tae Kameda, Osamu Arai, Sergei Gorlatch, Hamido Fujita: Towards Verifying Declarative Specifications of Reactive Systems. SoMeT 2008: 389-400
2007
70EECatalin Dumitrescu, Jan Dünnweber, Philipp Lüdeking, Sergei Gorlatch, Ioan Raicu, Ian T. Foster: Simplifying Grid Application Programming Using Web-Enabled Code Transfer Tools. CoreGRID 2007: 225-235
69EEJens Müller, Sergei Gorlatch, Tobias Schröter, Stefan Fischer: Scaling multiplayer online games using proxy-server replication: a case study of Quake 2. HPDC 2007: 219-220
68EEFrank Glinka, Alexander Ploss, Jens Müller-Iden, Sergei Gorlatch: RTF: a real-time framework for developing scalable multiplayer online games. NETGAMES 2007: 81-86
67EEJens Müller, Sergei Gorlatch: Enhancing Online Computer Games for Grids. PaCT 2007: 80-95
66 Sergei Gorlatch, Jens Müller, Martin Alt, Jan Dünnweber, Hamido Fujita, Yutaka Funyu: Clayworks: Toward User-Oriented Software for Collaborative Modeling and Simulation. SoMeT 2007: 403-415
2006
65EEJosé C. Cunha, Sergei Gorlatch, Daniel J. Quinlan, Peter H. Welch: Topic 9: Parallel Programming: Models, Methods and Languages. Euro-Par 2006: 603
64EEJens Müller, Andreas Gössling, Sergei Gorlatch: On correctness of scalable multi-server state replication in online games. NETGAMES 2006: 21
63 Jürgen Vörding, Maraike Schellmann, Sergei Gorlatch: Enhancing and Parallelizing Legacy Software for Medical Imaging - A Case Study. SoMeT 2006: 365-383
62 Sergei Gorlatch, Tae Kameda, Hamido Fujita, Michiru Tanaka, Yutaka Funyu, Osamu Arai: Towards Developing Adjustable Software: A Case Study with the Lyee Approach. SoMeT 2006: 423-438
61EEJens Müller, Martin Alt, Jan Dünnweber, Sergei Gorlatch: Clayworks: A System for Collaborative Real-Time Modeling and High-Performance Simulation. e-Science 2006: 104
60EEMartin Alt, Sergei Gorlatch, Andreas Hoheisel, Hans Werner Pohl: Using High-Level Petri Nets for Hierarchical Grid Workflows. e-Science 2006: 13
59EECatalin Dumitrescu, Dick H. J. Epema, Jan Dünnweber, Sergei Gorlatch: Reusable Cost-Based Scheduling of Grid Workflows Operating on Higher-Order Components. e-Science 2006: 87
58EEJens Müller, Sergei Gorlatch: Rokkatan: scaling an RTS game design to the massively multiplayer realm. Computers in Entertainment 4(3): (2006)
2005
57EEJens Müller, Rafael Schwerdt, Sergei Gorlatch: Dynamic Service Provisioning for Multiplayer Online Games. APPT 2005: 461-470
56EEJens Müller, Jan Hendrik Metzen, Alexander Ploss, Maraike Schellmann, Sergei Gorlatch: Rokkatan: scaling an RTS game design to the massively multiplayer realm. Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology 2005: 125-132
55 Kristina Davoian, Sergei Gorlatch: A Modified Genetic Algorithm for the Traveling Salesman Problem and Its Parallelization. Artificial Intelligence and Applications 2005: 281-286
54EEMartin Alt, Jens Müller, Sergei Gorlatch: Towards High-Level Grid Programming and Load-Balancing: A Barnes-Hut Case Study. Euro-Par 2005: 391-400
53EEJens Müller, Sergei Gorlatch: GSM: a game scalability model for multiplayer real-time games. INFOCOM 2005: 2044-2045
52 Jan Dünnweber, Anne Benoit, Murray Cole, Sergei Gorlatch: Integrating MPI-Skeletons with Web Services. PARCO 2005: 787-794
51EEMartin Alt, Andreas Hoheisel, Hans Werner Pohl, Sergei Gorlatch: A Grid Workflow Language Using High-Level Petri Nets. PPAM 2005: 715-722
50 Jan Dünnweber, Sergei Gorlatch: Component-Based Grid Programming Using the HOC-Service Architecture. SoMeT 2005: 311-329
49EEMartin Alt, Sergei Gorlatch: Adapting Java RMI for grid computing. Future Generation Comp. Syst. 21(4): 699-707 (2005)
48EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch: A cost-optimal parallel implementation of a tridiagonal system solver using skeletons. Future Generation Comp. Syst. 21(4): 737-742 (2005)
47EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch, Roman Leshchinskiy, Jens Müller: Data Parallelism in C++ Template Programs: a Barnes-hut Case Study. Parallel Processing Letters 15(3): 257-272 (2005)
2004
46EEJens Müller, Stefan Fischer, Sergei Gorlatch, Martin Mauve: A Proxy Server-Network for Real-Time Computer Games. Euro-Par 2004: 606-613
45EEPaul H. J. Kelly, Sergei Gorlatch, Christoph W. Kessler, Daniel J. Quinlan: Topic 10: Parallel Programming: Models, Methods and Programming Languages. Euro-Par 2004: 614
44 Jens Müller, Sergei Gorlatch: A Scalable Architecture for Multiplayer Computer Games. GI Jahrestagung (1) 2004: 154-158
43EEJan Dünnweber, Sergei Gorlatch: HOC-SA: A Grid Service Architecture for Higher-Order Components. IEEE SCC 2004: 288-294
42EESergei Gorlatch: Send-receive considered harmful: Myths and realities of message passing. ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 26(1): 47-56 (2004)
2003
41EEMartin Alt, Sergei Gorlatch: Algorithmic Skeletons for Metacomputing. APPT 2003: 363-372
40EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch, Roman Leshchinskiy: Generic Parallel Programming Using C++ Templates and Skeletons. Domain-Specific Program Generation 2003: 107-126
39EESergei Gorlatch: Domain-Specific Optimizations of Composed Parallel Components. Domain-Specific Program Generation 2003: 274-290
38EEMartin Alt, Sergei Gorlatch: Future-Based RMI: Optimizing Compositions of Remote Method Calls on the Grid. Euro-Par 2003: 427-430
37EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch, Emanuel Kitzelmann: Cost Optimality and Predictability of Parallel Programming with Skeletons. Euro-Par 2003: 682-693
36EEMartin Alt, Sergei Gorlatch: Using Skeletons in a Java-Based Grid System. Euro-Par 2003: 742-749
35EEMartin Alt, Sergei Gorlatch: A Prototype Grid System Using Java and RMI. PaCT 2003: 401-414
34EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch, Emanuel Kitzelmann: Design and Implementation of a Cost-Optimal Parallel Tridiagonal System Solver Using Skeletons. PaCT 2003: 415-428
33EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch, Roman Leshchinskiy: DatTel: A Data-Parallel C++ Template Library. Parallel Processing Letters 13(3): 461-472 (2003)
32EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch, Emanuel Kitzelmann: Cost Optimality And Predictability Of Parallel Programming With Skeletons. Parallel Processing Letters 13(4): 575-587 (2003)
2002
31EEHolger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch: Double-Scan: Introducing and Implementing a New Data-Parallel Skeleton. Euro-Par 2002: 640-647
30EEMartin Alt, Holger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch: Algorithm Design and Performance Prediction in a Java-Based Grid System with Skeletons. Euro-Par 2002: 899-906
29EESergei Gorlatch: Message passing without send-receive. Future Generation Comp. Syst. 18(6): 797-805 (2002)
28EEMartin Alt, Holger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch: Program Development for Computational Grids Using Skeletons and Performance Prediction. Parallel Processing Letters 12(2): 157-174 (2002)
27EEJörg Fischer, Sergei Gorlatch: Turing Universality of Recursive Patterns for Parallel Programming. Parallel Processing Letters 12(2): 229-246 (2002)
2001
26EEScott B. Baden, Paul H. J. Kelly, Sergei Gorlatch, Calvin Lin: Topic 10: Parallel Programming: Models, Methods and Programming Languages. Euro-Par 2001: 491-493
25EESergei Gorlatch: Send-Recv Considered Harmful? Myths and Truths about Parallel Programming. PaCT 2001: 243-257
24 Marco Aldinucci, Sergei Gorlatch, Christian Lengauer, Susanna Pelagatti: Towards parallel programming by transformation: the FAN skeleton framework. Parallel Algorithms Appl. 16(2-3): 87-121 (2001)
23 Thilo Kielmann, Henri E. Bal, Sergei Gorlatch, Kees Verstoep, Rutger F. H. Hofman: Network performance-aware collective communication for clustered wide-area systems. Parallel Computing 27(11): 1431-1456 (2001)
2000
22EEPaul H. J. Kelly, Sergei Gorlatch, Scott B. Baden, Vladimir Getov: Programming Languages, Models, and Methods. Euro-Par 2000: 617-619
21EEThilo Kielmann, Henri E. Bal, Sergei Gorlatch: Bandwidth-Efficient Collective Communication for Clustered Wide Area Systems. IPDPS 2000: 492-499
20EESergei Gorlatch, Christian Lengauer: Abstraction and Performance in the Design of Parallel Programs: An Overview of the SAT Approach. Acta Inf. 36(9/10): 761-803 (2000)
19EESergei Gorlatch: Toward Formally-Based Design of Message Passing Programs. IEEE Trans. Software Eng. 26(3): 276-288 (2000)
1999
18EESergei Gorlatch, Christoph Wedler, Christian Lengauer: Optimization Rules for Programming with Collective Operations. IPPS/SPDP 1999: 492-499
17 Sergei Gorlatch, Susanna Pelagatti: A Transformational Framework for Skeletal Programs: Overview and Case Study. IPPS/SPDP Workshops 1999: 123-137
16EEBruno Bacci, Sergei Gorlatch, Christian Lengauer, Susanna Pelagatti: Skeletons and Transformations in an Integrated Parallel Programming Environment. PaCT 1999: 13-27
15 Alfons Geser, Sergei Gorlatch: Parallelizing functional programs by generalization. J. Funct. Program. 9(6): 649-673 (1999)
14 Sergei Gorlatch: Extracting and Implementing List Homomorphisms in Parallel Program Development. Sci. Comput. Program. 33(1): 1-27 (1999)
1998
13 Sergei Gorlatch, Holger Bischof: A Generic MPI Implementation for a Data-Parallel Skeleton: Formal Derivation and Application to FFT. Parallel Processing Letters 8(4): 447-458 (1998)
12EESergei Gorlatch: Programming with Divide-and-Conquer Skeletons: A Case Study of FFT. The Journal of Supercomputing 12(1-2): 85-97 (1998)
1997
11 Christian Lengauer, Martin Griebl, Sergei Gorlatch: Euro-Par '97 Parallel Processing, Third International Euro-Par Conference, Passau, Germany, August 26-29, 1997, Proceedings Springer 1997
10EEAlfons Geser, Sergei Gorlatch: Parallelizing Functional Programs by Generalization. ALP/HOA 1997: 46-60
9 Sergei Gorlatch: N-Graphs: Scalable Topology and Design of Balanced Divide-and-Conquer Algorithms. Parallel Computing 23(6): 687-698 (1997)
8EEChristian Lengauer, Sergei Gorlatch, Christoph A. Herrmann: The Static Parallelization of Loops and Recursions. The Journal of Supercomputing 11(4): 333-353 (1997)
1996
7EESergei Gorlatch: Systematic Efficient Parallelization of Scan and Other List Homomorphisms. Euro-Par, Vol. II 1996: 401-408
6EESergei Gorlatch: Systematic Extraction and Implementation of Divide-and-Conquer Parallelism. PLILP 1996: 274-288
5EESergei Gorlatch: From transformations to methodology in parallel program development: A case study. Microprocessing and Microprogramming 41(8-9): 571-588 (1996)
1995
4 Sergei Gorlatch, Christian Lengauer: Parallelisation of Divide-and-Conquer in the Bird-Meertens Formalism. Formal Asp. Comput. 7(6): 663-682 (1995)
1994
3 Sergei Gorlatch: Exploiting Divided-and-Conquer Parallelism of Functional Specifications. EUROSIM 1994: 397-404
2 Sergei Gorlatch, Christian Lengauer: Systematic Development of an SPMD Implementation Schema for Mutually Recursive Divide-and-Conquer Specifications. IPPS 1994: 368-375
1992
1EESergei Gorlatch: A Case Study: Parallel Program Development for a Recursive Numerical Algorithm. PARLE 1992: 945-946

Coauthor Index

1Marco Aldinucci [24]
2Martin Alt [28] [30] [35] [36] [38] [41] [49] [51] [54] [60] [61] [66] [80]
3Christoph Anthes [74]
4Osamu Arai [62] [71] [81]
5Alexis Arragon [74]
6Bruno Bacci [16]
7Scott B. Baden [22] [26]
8Henri E. Bal [21] [23]
9Anne Benoit [52]
10Holger Bischof [13] [28] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34] [37] [40] [47] [48]
11Martin Burger [82]
12Murray Cole [52]
13José C. Cunha [65]
14Kristina Davoian [55]
15Catalin Dumitrescu [59] [70]
16Jan Dünnweber [43] [50] [52] [59] [61] [66] [70] [80]
17Dick H. J. Epema [59]
18Thomas Fahringer [74] [77]
19Justin Ferris [74]
20Jörg Fischer [27]
21Stefan Fischer [46] [69]
22Ian T. Foster [70]
23Hamido Fujita [62] [66] [71] [72] [80] [81]
24Yutaka Funyu [62] [66] [80]
25Alfons Geser [10] [15]
26Vladimir Getov [22]
27Frank Glinka [68] [72] [74] [75] [77] [79]
28Andreas Gössling [64]
29Martin Griebl [11]
30Christoph Armin Herrmann (Christoph A. Herrmann) [8]
31Torsten Hoefler [73]
32Rutger F. H. Hofman [23]
33Andreas Hoheisel [51] [60]
34Tae Kameda [62] [71] [81]
35Philipp Kegel [83]
36Paul H. J. Kelly [22] [26] [45]
37Christoph W. Keßler (Christoph W. Kessler) [45]
38Thilo Kielmann [21] [23]
39Emanuel Kitzelmann [32] [34] [37]
40Thomas Kösters [82]
41Christian Lengauer [2] [4] [8] [11] [16] [18] [20] [24]
42Roman Leshchinskiy [33] [40] [47]
43Calvin Lin [26]
44Arton Lipaj [74]
45Philipp Lüdeking [70]
46Andrew Lumsdaine [73]
47Martin Mauve [46]
48Dominik Meiländer [78] [82]
49Jan Hendrik Metzen [56]
50Jens Müller [44] [46] [47] [53] [54] [56] [57] [58] [61] [64] [66] [67] [69]
51Jens Müller-Iden [68] [77] [80]
52Vlad Nae [77]
53Susanna Pelagatti [16] [17] [24]
54Alexander Ploss [56] [68] [72] [75] [77] [79]
55Hans Werner Pohl [51] [60]
56Radu Prodan [74] [77]
57Daniel J. Quinlan [45] [65]
58Allaithy Raed [72]
59Ioan Raicu [70]
60Christopher J. Rawlings [74]
61Klaus P. Schäfers [82]
62Maraike Schellmann [56] [63] [73] [76] [78] [82] [83]
63Tobias Schröter [69]
64Rafael Schwerdt [57]
65Mike Surridge [74]
66Michiru Tanaka [62]
67Kees Verstoep [23]
68Jürgen Vörding [63] [76] [78]
69E. Rowland Watkins [74]
70Christoph Wedler [18]
71Peter H. Welch [65]
72Stefan Wichmann [79]
73Frank Wübbeling [82]

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