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226EESaurabh Kumar Garg, Rajkumar Buyya, Howard Jay Siegel: Scheduling Parallel Applications on Utility Grids: Time and Cost Trade-off Management. ACSC 2009: 139-147
225EEVladimir Shestak, Edwin K. P. Chong, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Robust sequential resource allocation in heterogeneous distributed systems with random compute node failures. IPDPS 2009: 1-12
224EESamee Ullah Khan, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Robust CDN replica placement techniques. IPDPS 2009: 1-8
223 Abdulla Al-Qawasmeh, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Jay Smith, Jerry Potter: Task and Machine Heterogeneities: Higher Momenets Matter. PDPTA 2009: 3-9
222EEJay Smith, Vladimir Shestak, Howard Jay Siegel, Suzy Price, Larry Teklits, Prasanna Sugavanam: Robust resource allocation in a cluster based imaging system. Parallel Computing 35(7): 389-400 (2009)
2008
221EEChristoffer Norvik, John P. Morrison, Dan C. Marinescu, Chen Yu, Gabriela M. Marinescu, Howard Jay Siegel: Managing Contracts in Pleiades Using Trust Management. ATC 2008: 470-480
220EESamee Ullah Khan, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Ishfaq Ahmad: A game theoretical data replication technique for mobile ad hoc networks. IPDPS 2008: 1-12
219EEJay Smith, Edwin K. P. Chong, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Decentralized market-based resource allocation in a heterogeneous computing system. IPDPS 2008: 1-12
218EELuis Diego Briceno, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Ye Hong, B. Lock, M. N. Teli, F. Wedyan, C. Panaccione, Chen Zhang: Resource allocation in a client/server hybrid network for virtual world environments. IPDPS 2008: 1-13
217EEJay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: A stochastic model for robust resource allocation in heterogeneous parallel and distributed computing systems. IPDPS 2008: 1-5
216 Jay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Iterative Techniques for Maximizing Stochastic Robustness of a Static Resource Allocation in Periodic Sensor Driven Clusters. PDPTA 2008: 3-9
215EEDan C. Marinescu, John P. Morrison, Chen Yu, Christoffer Norvik, Howard Jay Siegel: A Self-Organization Model for Complex Computing and Communication Systems. SASO 2008: 149-158
214EEMichael Jurczyk, Howard Jay Siegel, Craig B. Stunkel: Interconnection Networks for Parallel Computers. Wiley Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Engineering 2008
213EEJay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Robust Resource Allocation in Heterogeneous Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems. Wiley Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Engineering 2008
212EEJong-Kook Kim, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Rudolf Eigenmann: Dynamic Resource Management in Energy Constrained Heterogeneous Computing Systems Using Voltage Scaling. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 19(11): 1445-1457 (2008)
211EETracy D. Braun, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Ye Hong: Static resource allocation for heterogeneous computing environments with tasks having dependencies, priorities, deadlines, and multiple versions. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 68(11): 1504-1516 (2008)
210EEXin Bai, Dan C. Marinescu, Ladislau Bölöni, Howard Jay Siegel, Rose A. Daley, I-Jeng Wang: A macroeconomic model for resource allocation in large-scale distributed systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 68(2): 182-199 (2008)
209EEVladimir Shestak, Edwin K. P. Chong, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Lotfi Benmohamed, I-Jeng Wang, Rose A. Daley: A hybrid Branch-and-Bound and evolutionary approach for allocating strings of applications to heterogeneous distributed computing systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 68(4): 410-426 (2008)
208EEShoukat Ali, Jong-Kook Kim, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Static heuristics for robust resource allocation of continuously executing applications. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 68(8): 1070-1080 (2008)
207EEVladimir Shestak, Jay Smith, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Stochastic robustness metric and its use for static resource allocations. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 68(8): 1157-1173 (2008)
2007
206EEChen Yu, Dan C. Marinescu, Howard Jay Siegel, John P. Morrison: A Simulation Study of Data Partitioning Algorithms for Multiple Clusters. CCGRID 2007: 259-266
205 Jerry Potter, Howard Jay Siegel: Prose as a Model of Computation. FCS 2007: 157-163
204EEJay Smith, Luis Diego Briceno, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Timothy Renner, Vladimir Shestak, Joshua Ladd, Andrew M. Sutton, David L. Janovy, Sudha Govindasamy, Amin Alqudah, Rinku Dewri, Puneet Prakash: Measuring the Robustness of Resource Allocations in a Stochastic Dynamic Environment. IPDPS 2007: 1-10
203EELuis Diego Briceno, Mohana Oltikar, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Study of an Iterative Technique to Minimize Completion Times of Non-Makespan Machines. IPDPS 2007: 1-14
202EEDavid L. Janovy, Jay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Models and Heuristics for Robust Resource Allocation in Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems. IPDPS 2007: 1-5
201 Jay Smith, Vladimir Shestak, Howard Jay Siegel, Suzy Price, Larry Teklits, Prasanna Sugavanam: Resource Allocation in a Cluster Based Imaging System. PDPTA 2007: 3-9
200 Jerry Potter, Howard Jay Siegel: Software Support for Non-Numerical Computing on Multi-Core Chips. PDPTA 2007: 845-851
199EEJong-Kook Kim, Sameer Shivle, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Tracy D. Braun, Myron Schneider, Sonja Tideman, Ramakrishna Chitta, Raheleh B. Dilmaghani, Rohit Joshi: Dynamically mapping tasks with priorities and multiple deadlines in a heterogeneous environment. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 67(2): 154-169 (2007)
198EEPrasanna Sugavanam, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Mohana Oltikar, Ashish M. Mehta, Ron Pichel, Aaron Horiuchi, Vladimir Shestak, Mohammad Al-Otaibi, Yogish G. Krishnamurthy, Syed Amjad Ali, Junxing Zhang, Mahir Aydin, Panho Lee, Kumara Guru, Michael Raskey, Alan J. Pippin: Robust static allocation of resources for independent tasks under makespan and dollar cost constraints. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 67(4): 400-416 (2007)
197EEAshish M. Mehta, Jay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Arun Jayaseelan, Bin Ye: Dynamic resource allocation heuristics that manage tradeoff between makespan and robustness. The Journal of Supercomputing 42(1): 33-58 (2007)
2006
196EEVladimir Shestak, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Shoukat Ali: The Robustness of Resource Allocations in Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems. ARCS 2006: 17-30
195EEAshish M. Mehta, Jay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Arun Jayaseelan, Bin Ye: Dynamic Resource Management Heuristics for Minimizing Makespan while Maintaining an Acceptable Level of Robustness in an Uncertain Environment. ICPADS (1) 2006: 107-114
194EEVladimir Shestak, Jay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: A Stochastic Approach to Measuring the Robustness of Resource Allocations in Distributed Systems. ICPP 2006: 459-470
193EEMohana Oltikar, Jeff Brateman, Joe White, Jon Martin, Keith Knapp, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Robust Resource Allocation in Weather Data Processing Systems. ICPP Workshops 2006: 445-454
192EEXin Bai, Ladislau Bölöni, Dan C. Marinescu, Howard Jay Siegel, Rose A. Daley, I-Jeng Wang: A brokering framework for large-scale heterogeneous systems. IPDPS 2006
191EEHan Yu, Dan C. Marinescu, Annie S. Wu, Howard Jay Siegel, Rose A. Daley, I-Jeng Wang: Plan switching: an approach to plan execution in changing environments. IPDPS 2006
190 Ashish M. Mehta, Jay Smith, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Arun Jayaseelan, Bin Ye: Dynamic Resource Allocation Heuristics for Maximizing Robustness with an Overall Makespan Constraint in an Uncertain Environment. PDPTA 2006: 24-30
189 Vladimir Shestak, Jay Smith, Robert Umland, Jennifer Hale, Patrick Moranville, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Greedy Approaches to Static Stochastic Robust Resource Allocation for Periodic Sensor Driven Distributed Systems. PDPTA 2006: 3-9
188EEJong-Kook Kim, Debra A. Hensgen, Taylor Kidd, Howard Jay Siegel, David St. John, Cynthia E. Irvine, Timothy E. Levin, N. Wayne Porter, Viktor K. Prasanna, Richard F. Freund: A flexible multi-dimensional QoS performance measure framework for distributed heterogeneous systems. Cluster Computing 9(3): 281-296 (2006)
187EEHenri Casanova, Yves Robert, Howard Jay Siegel: Guest Editorial: Special Section on Algorithm Design and Scheduling Techniques (Realistic Platform Models) for Heterogeneous Clusters. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 17(2): 97-98 (2006)
186EEYu-Kwong Kwok, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Ishfaq Ahmad, Arif Ghafoor: A semi-static approach to mapping dynamic iterative tasks onto heterogeneous computing systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 66(1): 77-98 (2006)
185EESameer Shivle, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Prasanna Sugavanam, Tarun Banka, Ralph H. Castain, Kiran Chindam, Steve Dussinger, Prakash Pichumani, Praveen Satyasekaran: Static allocation of resources to communicating subtasks in a heterogeneous ad hoc grid environment. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 66(4): 600-611 (2006)
184EEMitchell D. Theys, Noah B. Beck, Howard Jay Siegel, Michael Jurczyk: An Analysis of Procedures and Objective Functions for Heuristics to Perform Data Staging in Distributed Systems. Journal of Interconnection Networks 7(2): 257-294 (2006)
2005
183EEPrasanna Sugavanam, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Junxing Zhang, Vladimir Shestak, Michael Raskey, Alan J. Pippin, Ron Pichel, Mohana Oltikar, Ashish M. Mehta, Panho Lee, Yogish G. Krishnamurthy, Aaron Horiuchi, Kumara Guru, Mahir Aydin, Mohammad Al-Otaibi, Shoukat Ali: Robust Processor Allocation for Independent Tasks When Dollar Cost for Processors is a Constraint. CLUSTER 2005: 1-10
182EEJong-Kook Kim, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Rudolf Eigenmann: Dynamic Mapping in Energy Constrained Heterogeneous Computing Systems. IPDPS 2005
181EEPrasanna Sugavanam, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Syed Amjad Ali, Mohammad Al-Otaibi, Mahir Aydin, Kumara Guru, Aaron Horiuchi, Yogish G. Krishnamurthy, Panho Lee, Ashish M. Mehta, Mohana Oltikar, Ron Pichel, Alan J. Pippin, Michael Raskey, Vladimir Shestak, Junxing Zhang: Processor Allocation for Tasks that is Robust Against Errors in Computation Time Estimates. IPDPS 2005
180EEVladimir Shestak, Edwin K. P. Chong, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Lotfi Benmohamed, I-Jeng Wang, Rose A. Daley: Resource Allocation for Periodic Applications in a Shipboard Environment. IPDPS 2005
179EEVladimir Shestak, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Shoukat Ali: Robust Resource Allocations in Parallel Computing Systems: Model and Heuristics. ISPAN 2005: 2-9
178 Shoukat Ali, Tracy D. Braun, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Noah Beck, Ladislau Bölöni, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Albert I. Reuther, James P. Robertson, Mitchell D. Theys, Bin Yao: Characterizing Resource Allocation Heuristics for Heterogeneous Computing Systems. Advances in Computers 63: 93-129 (2005)
177EESameer Shivle, Prasanna Sugavanam, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Tarun Banka, Kiran Chindam, Steve Dussinger, Andrew Kutruff, Prashanth Penumarthy, Prakash Pichumani, Praveen Satyasekaran, David Sendek, Jay Smith, J. Sousa, Jayashree Sridharan, Jose Velazco: Mapping subtasks with multiple versions on an ad hoc grid. Parallel Computing 31(7): 671-690 (2005)
2004
176EEShoukat Ali, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Jong-Kook Kim: Robust Resource Allocation for Sensor-Actuator Distributed Computing Systems. ICPP 2004: 178-185
175EERalph H. Castain, William W. Saylor, Howard Jay Siegel: Application of Lagrangian Receding Horizon Techniques to Resource Management in Ad Hoc Grid Environment. IPDPS 2004
174EESameer Shivle, Ralph H. Castain, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Tarun Banka, Kiran Chindam, Steve Dussinger, Prakash Pichumani, Praveen Satyasekaran, William W. Saylor, David Sendek, J. Sousa, Jayashree Sridharan, Prasanna Sugavanam, Jose Velazco: Static Mapping of Subtasks in a Heterogeneous Ad Hoc Grid Environment. IPDPS 2004
173EEShoukat Ali, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: The Robustness of Resource Allocation in Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems. ISPDC/HeteroPar 2004: 2-10
172EESameer Shivle, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Tarun Banka, Kiran Chindam, Steve Dussinger, Andrew Kutruff, Prashanth Penumarthy, Prakash Pichumani, Praveen Satyasekaran, David Sendek, J. Sousa, Jayashree Sridharan, Prasanna Sugavanam, Jose Velazco: Mapping of Subtasks with Multiple Versions in a Heterogeneous Ad Hoc Grid Environment. ISPDC/HeteroPar 2004: 380-387
171EEHan Yu, Dan C. Marinescu, Annie S. Wu, Howard Jay Siegel: Planning with Recursive Subgoals. KES 2004: 17-27
170EEShoukat Ali, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Jong-Kook Kim: Measuring the Robustness of a Resource Allocation. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 15(7): 630-641 (2004)
2003
169EEShoukat Ali, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Jong-Kook Kim: Definition of a Robustness Metric for Resource Allocation. IPDPS 2003: 42
168EEHan Yu, Dan C. Marinescu, Annie S. Wu, Howard Jay Siegel: A Genetic Approach to Planning in Heterogeneous Computing Environments. IPDPS 2003: 97
167EEJong-Kook Kim, Sameer Shivle, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Tracy D. Braun, Myron Schneider, Sonja Tideman, Ramakrishna Chitta, Raheleh B. Dilmaghani, Rohit Joshi, Aditya Kaul, Ashish Sharma, Siddhartha Sripada, Praveen Vangari, Siva Sankar Yellampalli: Dynamic Mapping in a Heterogeneous Environment with Tasks Having Priorities and Multiple Deadlines. IPDPS 2003: 98
166 Shoukat Ali, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Jong-Kook Kim: On the Robustness of Resource Allocation for Parallel and Distributed Computing and Communications. PDPTA 2003: 3-16
165EEJung Min Park, Edwin K. P. Chong, Howard Jay Siegel: Constructing fair-exchange protocols for E-commerce via distributed computation of RSA signatures. PODC 2003: 172-181
164EEJung Min Park, Edwin K. P. Chong, Howard Jay Siegel: Efficient multicast stream authentication using erasure codes. ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. Secur. 6(2): 258-285 (2003)
2002
163EEJung Min Park, Edwin K. P. Chong, Howard Jay Siegel: Efficient Multicast Packet Authentication Using Signature Amortization. IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy 2002: 227-240
162EESethavidh Gertphol, Yang Yu, Shriram B. Gundala, Viktor K. Prasanna, Shoukat Ali, Jong-Kook Kim, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: A Metric and Mixed-Integer-Programming-Based Approach for Resource Allocation in Dynamic Real-Time Systems. IPDPS 2002
161EEHoward Jay Siegel: Message from the HCW Steering Committee Chair. IPDPS 2002
160EETracy D. Braun, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Static Mapping Heuristics for Tasks with Dependencies, Priorities, Deadlines, and Multiple Versions in Heterogeneous Environments. IPDPS 2002
159EEShoukat Ali, Jong-Kook Kim, Yang Yu, Shriram B. Gundala, Sethavidh Gertphol, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Viktor K. Prasanna: Utilization-Based Heuristics for Statically Mapping Real-Time Applications onto the HiPer-D Heterogeneous Computing System. IPDPS 2002
158 Shoukat Ali, Jong-Kook Kim, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Yang Yu, Shriram B. Gundala, Sethavidh Gertphol, Viktor K. Prasanna: Greedy Heuristics for Resource Allocation in Dynamic Distributed Real-Time Heterogeneous Computing Systems. PDPTA 2002: 519-530
157 Tracy D. Braun, Renard Ulrey, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Parallel Approaches for Singular Value Decomposition as Applied to Robotic Manipulator Jacobians. International Journal of Parallel Programming 30(1): 1-35 (2002)
2001
156EETracy D. Braun, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Heterogeneous Computing: Goals, Methods, and Open Problems. HiPC 2001: 307-320
155EEPranav Dharwadkar, Howard Jay Siegel, Edwin K. P. Chong: A Heuristic for Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation with Preemption and Degradation for Prioritized Requests. ICDCS 2001: 547-556
154 Jong-Kook Kim, Taylor Kidd, Howard Jay Siegel, Cynthia E. Irvine, Timothy E. Levin, Debra A. Hensgen, David St. John, Viktor K. Prasanna, Richard F. Freund, N. Wayne Porter: Collective Value of QoS: A Performance Measure Framework for Distributed Heterogeneous Networks. IPDPS 2001: 84
153EEMitchell D. Theys, Shoukat Ali, Howard Jay Siegel, K. Mani Chandy, Kai Hwang, Ken Kennedy, Lui Sha, Kang G. Shin, Marc Snir, Larry Snyder, Thomas L. Sterling: What Are the Top Ten Most Influential Parallel and Distributed Processing Concepts of the Past Millenium? J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 61(12): 1827-1841 (2001)
152EETracy D. Braun, Howard Jay Siegel, Noah Beck, Ladislau Bölöni, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Albert I. Reuther, James P. Robertson, Mitchell D. Theys, Bin Yao, Debra A. Hensgen, Richard F. Freund: A Comparison of Eleven Static Heuristics for Mapping a Class of Independent Tasks onto Heterogeneous Distributed Computing Systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 61(6): 810-837 (2001)
151EEMitchell D. Theys, Howard Jay Siegel, Edwin K. P. Chong: Heuristics for Scheduling Data Requests Using Collective Communications in a Distributed Communication Network. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 61(9): 1337-1366 (2001)
2000
150EEShoukat Ali, Howard Jay Siegel, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Debra A. Hensgen, Sahra Ali: Task Execution Time Modeling for Heterogeneous Computing Systems. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 2000: 185-199
149EEMitchell D. Theys, Noah Beck, Howard Jay Siegel, Michael Jurczyk: Evaluation of Expanded Heuristics in a Heterogeneous Distributed Data Staging Network. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 2000: 75-89
148EEMitchell D. Theys, Noah Beck, Howard Jay Siegel, Michael Jurczyk, Min Tan: Scheduling Heuristics for Data Requests in an Oversubscribed Network with Priorities and Deadlines. ICDCS 2000: 97-109
147EEHoward Jay Siegel: The Top 10 Most Influential Parallel and Distributed Processing Concepts in the Last Millennium. IPDPS 2000: 289-
146EEMitchell D. Theys, Noah Beck, Howard Jay Siegel, Michael Jurczyk, Min Tan: Heuristics for Scheduling Prioritized Data Requests with Deadlines in an Overloaded Distributed Computing Networ. ISMSE 2000: 33-40
145 Mitchell D. Theys, Howard Jay Siegel, Edwin K. P. Chong: A Model and Heuristics for Scheduling Data Traffic at the Application Level in a Distributed Computing Environment. PDPTA 2000
144EEMitchell D. Theys, Min Tan, Noah Beck, Howard Jay Siegel, Michael Jurczyk: A Mathematical Model and Scheduling Heuristics for Satisfying Prioritized Data Requests in an Oversubscribed Communication Network. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 11(9): 969-988 (2000)
143EEHoward Jay Siegel, Shoukat Ali: Techniques for mapping tasks to machines in heterogeneous computing systems. Journal of Systems Architecture 46(8): 627-639 (2000)
1999
142EETracy D. Braun, Howard Jay Siegel, Noah Beck, Ladislau Bölöni, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Albert I. Reuther, James P. Robertson, Mitchell D. Theys, Bin Yao, Debra A. Hensgen, Richard F. Freund: A Comparison Study of Static Mapping Heuristics for a Class of Meta-tasks on Heterogeneous Computing Systems. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1999: 15-29
141EEDebra A. Hensgen, Taylor Kidd, David St. John, Matthew C. Schnaidt, Howard Jay Siegel, Tracy D. Braun, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Shoukat Ali, Jong-Kook Kim, Cynthia E. Irvine, Timothy E. Levin, Richard F. Freund, Matt Kussow, Michael W. Godfrey, Alpay Duman, Paul Carff, Shirley Kidd, Viktor K. Prasanna, Prashanth B. Bhat, Ammar H. Alhusaini: An Overview of MSHN: The Management System for Heterogeneous Networks. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1999: 184-198
140EEMuthucumaru Maheswaran, Shoukat Ali, Howard Jay Siegel, Debra A. Hensgen, Richard F. Freund: Dynamic Matching and Scheduling of a Class of Independent Tasks onto Heterogeneous Computing Systems. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1999: 30-
139EETracy D. Braun, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: A Parallel Algorithm for Singular Value Decomposition as Applied to Failure Tolerant Manipulators. IPPS/SPDP 1999: 343-349
138EEYu-Kwong Kwok, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Arif Ghafoor, Ishfaq Ahmad: Evaluation of a Semi-Static Approach to Mapping Dynamic Iterative Tasks onto Heterogeneous Computing Systems. ISPAN 1999: 204-209
137 Surjamukhi Chatterjea, Edwin K. P. Chong, Howard Jay Siegel, Steven Jones, I-Jeng Wang, Michael Jurczyk: Quality of Service Attributes in a Hierarchical System for Global Information Dissemination: A Preliminary Study. PDPTA 1999: 1076-1082
136 Min Tan, Janet M. Siegel, Howard Jay Siegel: Parallel Implementations of Block-Based Motion Vector Estimation for Video Compression on Four Parallel Processing Systems. International Journal of Parallel Programming 27(3): 195-225 (1999)
135 Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Shoukat Ali, Howard Jay Siegel, Debra A. Hensgen, Richard F. Freund: Dynamic Mapping of a Class of Independent Tasks onto Heterogeneous Computing Systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 59(2): 107-131 (1999)
134 Nicholas Giolmas, Daniel W. Watson, David M. Chelberg, Peter V. Henstock, June-Ho Yi, Howard Jay Siegel: Aspects of computational mode and data distribution for parallel range image segmentation. Parallel Computing 25(5): 499-523 (1999)
133EEMuthucumaru Maheswaran, Kevin J. Webb, Howard Jay Siegel: MCGS: A Modified Conjugate Gradient Squared Algorithm for Nonsymmetric Linear Systems. The Journal of Supercomputing 14(3): 257-280 (1999)
1998
132EEMin Tan, Mitchell D. Theys, Howard Jay Siegel, Noah Beck, Michael Jurczyk: A Mathematical Model, Heuristic, and Simulation Study for a Basic Data Staging Problem in a Heterogeneous Networking Environment. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1998: 115-129
131EERichard F. Freund, Michael Gherrity, Stephen L. Ambrosius, Mark Campbell, Mike Halderman, Debra A. Hensgen, Elaine G. Keith, Taylor Kidd, Matt Kussow, John D. Lima, Francesca Mirabile, Lantz Moore, Brad Rust, Howard Jay Siegel: Scheduling Resources in Multi-User, Heterogeneous, Computing Environments with SmartNet. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1998: 3
130EEMuthucumaru Maheswaran, Howard Jay Siegel: A Dynamic Matching and Scheduling Algorithm for Heterogeneous Computing Systems. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1998: 57-69
129EEMuthucumaru Maheswaran, Kevin J. Webb, Howard Jay Siegel: Reducing the Synchronization Overhead in Parallel Nonsymmetric Krylov Algorithms on MIMD Machines. ICPP 1998: 405-413
128EELee Wang, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Vwani P. Roychowdhury: A Comparative Study of Five Parallel Genetic Algorithms Using the Traveling Salesman Problem. IPPS/SPDP 1998: 345-349
127EEMark Bernd Kulaczewski, Howard Jay Siegel: SIMD and Mixed-Mode Implementations of a Visual Tracking Algorithm. IPPS/SPDP 1998: 716-720
126 Tracy D. Braun, Howard Jay Siegel, Noah Beck, Ladislau Bölöni, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Albert I. Reuther, James P. Robertson, Mitchell D. Theys, Bin Yao: A Taxonomy for Describing Matching and Scheduling Heuristics for Mixed-Machine Heterogeneous Computing Systems. SRDS 1998: 330-335
125EEMin Tan, Howard Jay Siegel: A Stochastic Model for Heterogeneous Computing and Its Application in Data Relocation Scheme Development. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 9(11): 1088-1101 (1998)
124 Brent R. Carter, Daniel W. Watson, Richard F. Freund, Elaine G. Keith, Francesca Mirabile, Howard Jay Siegel: Generational Scheduling for Dynamic Task Management in Heterogenous Computing Systems. Inf. Sci. 106(3-4): 219-236 (1998)
123 John John E. So, Thomas J. Downar, Raghunandan Janardhan, Howard Jay Siegel: Mapping Conjugate Gradient Algorithms for Neutron Diffusion Applications onto SIMD, MIMD, and Mixed-Mode Machines. International Journal of Parallel Programming 26(2): 183-207 (1998)
122EEJames B. Armstrong, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Mitchell D. Theys, Howard Jay Siegel, Mark A. Nichols, Kenneth H. Casey: Parallel Image Correlation: Case Study to Examine Trade-Offs in Algorithm-to-Machine Mappings. The Journal of Supercomputing 12(1-2): 7-35 (1998)
121EEJohn R. Budenske, Ranga S. Ramanujan, Howard Jay Siegel: A Method for the On-Line Use of Off-Line Derived Remappings of Iterative Automatic Target Recognition Tasks onto a Particular Class of Heterogeneous Parallel Platforms. The Journal of Supercomputing 12(4): 387-406 (1998)
1997
120EEPaul Messina, Sharon Brunett, Dan Davis, Thomas Gottschalk, D. Curkendall, L. Ekroot, Howard Jay Siegel: Distributed interactive simulation for synthetic forces. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1997: 112-
119EEMin Tan, Howard Jay Siegel: A stochastic model of a dedicated heterogeneous computing system for establishing a greedy approach to developing data relocation heuristics. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1997: 122-134
118EEJohn R. Budenske, Ranga S. Ramanujan, Howard Jay Siegel: On-line use of off-line derived mappings for iterative automatic target recognition tasks and a particular class of hardware platforms. Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 1997: 96-
117 Lee Wang, Ranga S. Ramanujan, James A. Newhouse, Maher Kaddoura, Atiq Ahamad, Kenneth J. Thurber, Howard Jay Siegel: An Objective Approach to Assessing Relative Perceptual Quality of MPEG-Encoded Video Sequences. ICMCS 1997: 622-623
116EEMark Bernd Kulaczewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Implementations of a Feature-Based Visual Tracking Algorithm on Two MIMD Machines Mark Bernd. ICPP 1997: 422-430
115EERohit Gupta, Mitchell D. Theys, Howard Jay Siegel: Background Compensation and an Active-Camera Motion Tracking Algorithm. ICPP 1997: 431-440
114 Howard Jay Siegel: Off-Line, On-Line, and Front-Line Heterogeneous Computing. PDPTA 1997: 1174-
113 Howard Jay Siegel, Henry G. Dietz, John K. Antonio: Software Support Challenges for Heterogeneous Computing. The Computer Science and Engineering Handbook 1997: 1886-1909
112EEMin Tan, Howard Jay Siegel, John K. Antonio, Yan Alexander Li: Minimizing the Application Execution Time Through Scheduling of Subtasks and Communication Traffic in a Heterogeneous Computing System. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 8(8): 857-871 (1997)
111EEStephen L. Ambrosius, Richard F. Freund, Stephen L. Scott, Howard Jay Siegel: Work-based performance measurement and analysis of virtual heterogeneous machines. Int. J. Systems Science 28(11): 1057-1067 (1997)
110 Yan Alexander Li, John K. Antonio, Howard Jay Siegel, Min Tan, Daniel W. Watson: Determining the Execution Time Distribution for a Data Parallel Program in a Heterogeneous Computing Environment. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 44(1): 35-52 (1997)
109 Lee Wang, Howard Jay Siegel, Vwani P. Roychowdhury, Anthony A. Maciejewski: Task Matching and Scheduling in Heterogenous Computing Environments Using a Genetic-Algorithm-Based Approach. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 47(1): 8-22 (1997)
1996
108 Howard Jay Siegel: Introduction to the 1996 ICPP Workshop on Challenges for Parallel Processing. ICPP Workshop 1996: 1-6
107 John John E. So, Raghunandan Janardhan, Thomas J. Downar, Howard Jay Siegel: Mapping the Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Algorithm for Neutron Diffusion Applications onto Parallel Machines. ICPP, Vol. 2 1996: 1-10
106EERanga S. Ramanujan, Jordan Bonney, Kenneth J. Thurber, Rakesh Jha, Howard Jay Siegel: A Framework for Automated Software Partitioning and Mapping for Distributed Multiprocessors. ISPAN 1996: 138-145
105EEHoward Jay Siegel, Lee Wang, Vwani P. Roychowdhury, Min Tan: Computing with Heterogeneous Parallel Machines: Advantages and Challenges. ISPAN 1996: 368-374
104EEHoward Jay Siegel, Tracy D. Braun, Henry G. Dietz, Mark Bernd Kulaczewski, Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Pierre H. Pero, Janet M. Siegel, John John E. So, Min Tan, Mitchell D. Theys, Lee Wang: The PASM Project: A Study of Reconfigurable Parallel Computing. ISPAN 1996: 529-536
103 Howard Jay Siegel, Henry G. Dietz, John K. Antonio: Software Support for Heterogeneous Computing. ACM Comput. Surv. 28(1): 237-239 (1996)
1995
102EEJames B. Armstrong, Howard Jay Siegel: Dynamic task migration from SIMD to SPMD virtual machines. ICECCS 1995: 326-333
101 Min Tan, Janet M. Siegel, Howard Jay Siegel: Parallel Implementations of Block-Based Motion Vector Estimation for Video Compression on the MasPar MP-1 and PASM. ICPP (3) 1995: 21-24
100EEGene Saghi, Howard Jay Siegel: Compiler techniques for increasing CU/PE overlap in SIMD machines. IPPS 1995: 369-
99EEMu-Cheng Wang, Howard Jay Siegel, Mark A. Nichols, Seth Abraham: Using a Multipath Network for Reducing the Effects of Hot Spots. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 6(3): 252-268 (1995)
1994
98 Howard Jay Siegel: Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Parallel Processing, Cancún, Mexico, April 1994 IEEE Computer Society 1994
97 Lionel M. Ni, Kuo-Wei Wu, Ken Kennedy, Howard Jay Siegel, George Spix, Steven Wallach, Hans P. Zima: Parallel Processing: What Have We Done Wrong? ICPADS 1994: 24-25
96 R. G. Palmer Jr., Howard Jay Siegel, Janet M. Siegel, John K. Antonio: Implementation of a Tree-Structured Vector Quantizer for Image Compression on the MasPar MP-1 Parallel Machine. ICPADS 1994: 242-249
95 James B. Armstrong, Howard Jay Siegel, William E. Cohen, Min Tan, Henry G. Dietz, José A. B. Fortes: Dynamic Task Migration from SPMD to SIMD Virtual Machines. ICPP 1994: 160-169
94 Michael Jurczyk, Thomas Schwederski, R. Born, Howard Jay Siegel, Seth Abraham: Strategies for the Massively Parallel Simulation of Interconnection Networks. ICPP (1) 1994: 21-25
93 James B. Armstrong, Mark A. Nichols, Howard Jay Siegel, Kenneth H. Casey: Image Correlation: A Case Study to Examine SIMD/MIMD Trade-offs for Scalable Parallel Algorithms. ICPP (1) 1994: 241-245
92 Renard Ulrey, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Parallel Algorithms for Singular Value Decomposition. IPPS 1994: 524-533
91 Mu-Cheng Wang, Wayne G. Nation, James B. Armstrong, Howard Jay Siegel, Shin-Dug Kim, Mark A. Nichols, Michael Gherrity: Multiple Quadratic Forms: A Case Study in the Design of Data.Parallel Algorithms. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 21(1): 124-139 (1994)
90 Daniel W. Watson, Howard Jay Siegel, John K. Antonio, Mark A. Nichols, Mikhail J. Atallah: A Block-Based Mode Selection Model for SIMD/SPMD Parallel Environments. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 21(3): 271-288 (1994)
1993
89 Howard Jay Siegel, Henry G. Dietz, Richard F. Freund, Chani Pangali, Richard C. Metzger, Kenneth W. Neves, C. V. Ramamoorthy, Andrew S. Tanenbaum: Panel - The Virtual Heterogeneous Supercomputer: Can It Be Built? HPDC 1993: 30-31
88 Gene Saghi, Howard Jay Siegel, José A. B. Fortes: On the Practical Application of a Quantitative Model of System Reconfiguration Due to a Fault. ICPP 1993: 248-252
87 Mu-Cheng Wang, Howard Jay Siegel, Mark A. Nichols, Seth Abraham: Reducing the Effect of Hot Spots by Using a Multipath Network. ICPP 1993: 274-281
86 Howard Jay Siegel: Panel: In Search of a Universal (But Useful) Model of a Parallel Computation. ICPP 1993: 349-350
85 Mu-Cheng Wang, Wayne G. Nation, James B. Armstrong, Howard Jay Siegel, Shin-Dug Kim, Mark A. Nichols, Michael Gherrity: Multiple Quadratic Forms: A Case Study in the Design of Scalable Algorithms. ICPP 1993: 37-46
84 Gene Saghi, Howard Jay Siegel, Jeffery L. Gray: Mapping onto Three Classes of Parallel Machines: A Case Study Using the Cyclic Reduction Algorithm. IPPS 1993: 238-247
83 Richard F. Freund, Howard Jay Siegel: Heterogeneous Processing - Guest Editors' Introduction. IEEE Computer 26(6): 13-17 (1993)
82EEMark A. Nichols, Howard Jay Siegel, Henry G. Dietz: Data Management and Control-Flow Aspects of an SIMD/SPMD Parallel Language/Compiler. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 4(2): 222-234 (1993)
81 Gene Saghi, Howard Jay Siegel, Jeffery L. Gray: Predicting Partitioning for NUMA Multiprocessor Computer Systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 19(3): 219-233 (1993)
80 Wayne G. Nation, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: A Methodology for Exploiting Concurrency among Independent Tasks in Partitionable Parallel Processing Systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 19(3): 271-278 (1993)
1992
79 Gene Saghi, Howard Jay Siegel, José A. B. Fortes: On the Viability of a Quantitative Model of System Reconfiguration Due to a Fault. ICPP (1) 1992: 233-242
78 Wayne G. Nation, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel: Exploiting Concurrency among Tasks in Partitionable Parallel Processing Systems. IPPS 1992: 30-38
77 Nicholas Giolmas, Daniel W. Watson, David M. Chelberg, Howard Jay Siegel: A Parallel Approach to Hybrid Range Image Segmentation. IPPS 1992: 334-342
76 Howard Jay Siegel, James B. Armstrong, Daniel W. Watson: Mapping Computer-Vision-Related Tasks onto Reconfigurable Parallel-Processing Systems. IEEE Computer 25(2): 54-63 (1992)
75 Darwen Rau, José A. B. Fortes, Howard Jay Siegel: Destination Tag Routing Techniques Based on a State Model for the IADM Network. IEEE Trans. Computers 41(3): 274-285 (1992)
74 Howard Jay Siegel, Seth Abraham, William L. Bain, Kenneth E. Batcher, Thomas L. Casavant, Doug DeGroot, Jack B. Dennis, David C. Douglas, Tse-Yun Feng, James R. Goodman, Alan Huang, Harry F. Jordan, J. Robert Jamp, Yale N. Patt, Alan Jay Smith, James E. Smith, Lawrence Snyder, Harold S. Stone, Russ Tuck, Benjamin W. Wah: Report of the Purdue Workshop on Grand Challenges in Computer Architecture for the Support of High Performance Computing. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 16(3): 199-211 (1992)
73 Mikhail J. Atallah, Christina Lock Black, Dan C. Marinescu, Howard Jay Siegel, Thomas L. Casavant: Models and Algorithms for Coscheduling Compute-Intensive Tasks on a Network of Workstations. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 16(4): 318-327 (1992)
1991
72EEMikhail J. Atallah, C. Lock, Dan C. Marinescu, Howard Jay Siegel, Thomas L. Casavant: Co-scheduling compute-intensive tasks on a network of workstations: model and algorithms. ICDCS 1991: 344-352
71 Thomas B. Berg, Shin-Dug Kim, Howard Jay Siegel: Impact of Temporal Juxtaposition on the Isolated Phase Optimization Approach to Mapping an Algorithm to Mixed-Mode Architectures. ICPP (1) 1991: 110-118
70 Thomas Schwederski, Eduard Bernath, Gerhard Roos, Wayne G. Nation, Howard Jay Siegel: Fault Side-Effects in Fault Tolerant Multistage Interconnection Networks. ICPP (1) 1991: 313-317
69 Thomas B. Berg, Howard Jay Siegel: Instruction Execution Trade-Offs for SIMD vs. MIMD vs. Mixed Mode Parallelism. IPPS 1991: 301-308
68 Alfred Brenner, Richard F. Freund, R. Stockton Gaines, Rob Kelly, Louis Lome, Richard McAndrew, Alexandru Nicolau, Janak H. Patel, Thomas Probert, John H. Reif, Jorge L. C. Sanz, Howard Jay Siegel, Jon A. Webb: How Do We Make Parallel Processing a Reality? Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice. IPPS 1991: 648-653
67EEHoward Jay Siegel: ``Whither massive parallelism?''. SC 1991: 740
66EEJames B. Armstrong, Mark A. Nichols, Howard Jay Siegel, Leah H. Jamieson: Examining the effects of CU/PE overlap and synchronization overhead when using the complete sums approach to image correlation. SPDP 1991: 224-232
65 James E. Lumpp Jr., Samuel A. Fineberg, Wayne G. Nation, Thomas L. Casavant, Edward C. Bronson, Howard Jay Siegel, Pierre H. Pero, Thomas Schwederski, Dan C. Marinescu: CAPS: A Coding Aid For PASM. Commun. ACM 34(11): 104-117 (1991)
64EEMark A. Nichols, Howard Jay Siegel, Henry G. Dietz, Russell W. Quong, Wayne G. Nation: Eliminating Memory for Fragmentation Within Partitionable SIMD/SPMD Machines. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 2(3): 290-303 (1991)
63 Samuel A. Fineberg, Thomas L. Casavant, Howard Jay Siegel: Experimental Analysis of a Mixed-Mode Parallel Architecture Using Bitonic Sequence Sorting. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 11(3): 239-251 (1991)
62 Shin-Dug Kim, Mark A. Nichols, Howard Jay Siegel: Modeling Overlapped Operation between the Control Unit and Processing Elements in an SIMD Machine. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 12(4): 329-342 (1991)
61 Thomas B. Berg, Shin-Dug Kim, Howard Jay Siegel: Limitations Imposed on Mixed-Mode Performance of Optimized Phases Due to Temporal Juxtaposition. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 13(2): 154-169 (1991)
1990
60 James E. Lumpp Jr., Howard Jay Siegel, Dan C. Marinescu, Thomas L. Casavant: Specification and Identification of Events for Debugging and Performance Monitoring of Distributed Multiprocessor Systems. ICDCS 1990: 476-483
59 Thomas Schwederski, Howard Jay Siegel, Thomas L. Casavant: Optimizing Task Migration Transfers Using Multistage Cube Networks. ICPP (1) 1990: 51-58
58 Mark A. Nichols, Howard Jay Siegel, Henry G. Dietz, Russell W. Quong, Wayne G. Nation: Minimizing Memory Requirements for Partitionable SIMD/SPMD Machines. ICPP (1) 1990: 84-91
57 Samuel A. Fineberg, Thomas L. Casavant, Howard Jay Siegel: Experimental Analysis of a Mixed-Mode Parallel Architecture Performing Sequence Sorting. ICPP (3) 1990: 370-371
56EESamuel A. Fineberg, Thomas L. Casavant, Howard Jay Siegel: Experimental analysis of communication/data-conditional aspects of a mixed-mode parallel architecture via synthetic computations. SC 1990: 637-646
55EEMenkae Jeng, Howard Jay Siegel: A Distributed Management Scheme for Partitionable Parallel Computers. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 1(1): 120-126 (1990)
54 Dan C. Marinescu, James E. Lumpp Jr., Thomas L. Casavant, Howard Jay Siegel: Models for Monitoring and Debugging Tools for Parallel and Distributed Software. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 9(2): 171-184 (1990)
53 Wayne G. Nation, Howard Jay Siegel: Disjoint Path Properties of the Data Manipulator Network Family. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 9(4): 419-423 (1990)
1989
52 Thomas Schwederski, Howard Jay Siegel, Thomas L. Casavant: Task Migration Transfers in Multistage Cube Based Parallel Systems. ICPP (1) 1989: 296-305
51 Menkae Jeng, Howard Jay Siegel: A Distributed Processor Management Scheme for Partitionable Parallel Computers. ICPP (2) 1989: 57-64
50 C. Henry Chu, Edward J. Delp, Leah H. Jamieson, Howard Jay Siegel, Francis J. Weil, Andrew B. Whinston: A Model for an Intelligent Operating System for Executing Image Understanding Tasks on a Reconfigurable Parallel Architecture. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 6(3): 598-622 (1989)
1988
49 Menkae Jeng, Howard Jay Siegel: Dynamic Partitioning in a Class of Parallel Systems. ICDCS 1988: 33-40
48 Samuel A. Fineberg, Thomas L. Casavant, Thomas Schwederski, Howard Jay Siegel: Non-Deterministic Instruction Time Experiments on the PASM System Prototype. ICPP (1) 1988: 444-451
47 Darwen Rau, José A. B. Fortes, Howard Jay Siegel: Destination Tag Routing Techniques Based on a State Model for the IADM Network. ISCA 1988: 318-324
46 Menkae Jeng, Howard Jay Siegel: Design and Analysis of Dynamic Redundancy Networks. IEEE Trans. Computers 37(9): 1019-1029 (1988)
1987
45 Howard Jay Siegel, William Tsun-Yuk Hsu, Menkae Jeng, Wayne G. Nation: Communication Techniques in Parallel Processing. Parallel Computing in Science and Engineering 1987: 35-60
1986
44 Menkae Jeng, Howard Jay Siegel: A Fault-Tolerant Multistage Interconnection Network for Multiprocessor Systems Using Dynamic Redundancy. ICDCS 1986: 70-77
43 Nathaniel J. Davis IV, Howard Jay Siegel: Performance Studies of Multiple-Packet Multistage Cube Networks and Comparison to Circuit Switching. ICPP 1986: 108-114
42 Menkae Jeng, Howard Jay Siegel: Implementation Approach and Reliability Estimation of Dynamic Redundancy Networks. IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium 1986: 79-88
41 Thomas Schwederski, Howard Jay Siegel: Adaptable Software for Supercomputers. IEEE Computer 19(2): 40-48 (1986)
40 David Lee Tuomenoksa, Howard Jay Siegel: Determining an Optimal Secondary Storage Service Rate for the PASM Control System. IEEE Trans. Computers 35(1): 43-53 (1986)
39 Leah H. Jamieson, Philip T. Mueller Jr., Howard Jay Siegel: FFT Algorithms for SIMD Parallel Processing Systems. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 3(1): 48-71 (1986)
1985
38 David G. Meyer, Howard Jay Siegel, Thomas Schwederski, Nathaniel J. Davis IV, James T. Kuehn: The PASM Parallel System Prototype. COMPCON 1985: 429
37 Robert R. Seban, Howard Jay Siegel: Analysis of Partitionability Properties of Topologically Arbitrary Interconnection Networks. ICDCS 1985: 173-181
36 Veljko M. Milutinovic, Jakov J. Crnkovic, L.-Y. Chang, Howard Jay Siegel: The Loco Approach to Distributed Task Allocation in AIDA by VERDI. ICDCS 1985: 359-368
35 James T. Kuehn, Howard Jay Siegel: Extensions to the C Programming Language for SIMD/MIMD Parallelism. ICPP 1985: 232-235
34 Nathaniel J. Davis IV, William Tsun-Yuk Hsu, Howard Jay Siegel: Fault Location in Distributed Control Interconnection Networks. ICPP 1985: 403-410
33 Bradley Warren Smith, Howard Jay Siegel: Models for Use in the Design of Macro-Pipelined Parallel Processors. ISCA 1985: 116-123
32 Nathaniel J. Davis IV, Howard Jay Siegel: The Performance Analysis of Partitioned Circuit Switched Multistage Interconnection Networks. ISCA 1985: 387-394
31 Nathaniel J. Davis IV, William Tsun-Yuk Hsu, Howard Jay Siegel: Fault Location Techniques for Distributed Control Interconnection Networks. IEEE Trans. Computers 34(10): 902-910 (1985)
30 David Lee Tuomenoksa, Howard Jay Siegel: Task Scheduling on the PASM Parallel Processing System. IEEE Trans. Software Eng. 11(2): 145-157 (1985)
29 Carolyn Cline, Howard Jay Siegel: Augmenting Ada for SIMD Parallel Processing. IEEE Trans. Software Eng. 11(9): 970-977 (1985)
1984
28 Robert R. Seban, Howard Jay Siegel: Theoretical Modeling and Analysis of Special Purpose Interconnection Networks. ICDCS 1984: 256-265
27EECarolyn Cline, Howard Jay Siegel: A Comparison of Parallel Approaches to data Representation and Data Transferral. ICDE 1984: 60-66
26 David Lee Tuomenoksa, Howard Jay Siegel: Task Preloading Schemes for Reconfigurable Parallel Processing Systems. IEEE Trans. Computers 33(10): 895-905 (1984)
25 Robert R. Seban, Howard Jay Siegel: Shuffling with the Illiac and PM21 SIMD Networks. IEEE Trans. Computers 33(7): 619-625 (1984)
1983
24 Robert R. Seban, Howard Jay Siegel: Performing the Shuffle with the PM2I and Illiac SIMD Interconnection Networks. ICPP 1983: 117-125
23 David Lee Tuomenoksa, Howard Jay Siegel: Preloading Schemes for the PASM Parallel Memory System. ICPP 1983: 407-415
1982
22 David Lee Tuomenoksa, Howard Jay Siegel: Analysis of multiple-queue task scheduling algorithms for multiple-SIMD machines. ICDCS 1982: 114-121
21 Robert J. McMillen, Howard Jay Siegel: A comparison of cube type and data manipulator type networks. ICDCS 1982: 614-621
20 James T. Kuehn, Howard Jay Siegel, Peter D. Hallenbeck: Design and simulation of an MC68000-based multi-microprocessor system. ICPP 1982: 353-362
19 David Lee Tuomenoksa, Howard Jay Siegel: Analysis of the PASM control system memory hierarchy. ICPP 1982: 363-370
18EERobert J. McMillen, Howard Jay Siegel: Performance and fault tolerance improvements in the Inverse Augmented Data Manipulator network. ISCA 1982: 63-72
17 Robert J. McMillen, Howard Jay Siegel: Routing Schemes for the Augmented Data Manipulator Network in an MIMD System. IEEE Trans. Computers 31(12): 1202-1214 (1982)
16 Leah J. Siegel, Howard Jay Siegel, Arthur E. Feather: Parallel Processing Approaches to Image Correlation. IEEE Trans. Computers 31(3): 208-218 (1982)
15 George B. Adams III, Howard Jay Siegel: On the Number of Permutations Performable by the Augmented Data Manipulator Network. IEEE Trans. Computers 31(4): 270-277 (1982)
14 George B. Adams III, Howard Jay Siegel: The Extra Stage Cube: A Fault-Tolerant Interconnection Network for Supersystems. IEEE Trans. Computers 31(5): 443-454 (1982)
13 Leah J. Siegel, Howard Jay Siegel, Philip H. Swain: Performance Measures for Evaluating Algorithms for SIMD Machines. IEEE Trans. Software Eng. 8(4): 319-331 (1982)
1981
12 Howard Jay Siegel, Robert J. McMillen: The Cube Network as a Distributed Processing Test Bed Switch. ICDCS 1981: 377-386
11 Robert J. McMillen, Howard Jay Siegel: Dynamic Rerouting Tag Schemes for the Augmented Data Manipulator Network. ISCA 1981: 505-516
10 Howard Jay Siegel, Robert J. McMillen: The Multistage Cube: A Versatile Interconnection Network. IEEE Computer 14(12): 65-76 (1981)
9 Howard Jay Siegel, Leah J. Siegel, Frederick C. Kemmerer, Philip T. Mueller Jr., Harold E. Smalley, S. Diane Smith: PASM: A Partitionable SIMD/MIMD System for Image Processing and Pattern Recognition. IEEE Trans. Computers 30(12): 934-947 (1981)
1980
8 Robert J. McMillen, Howard Jay Siegel: The Hybrid Cube Network. IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium 1980: 11-22
7 Robert J. McMillen, Howard Jay Siegel: MIMD Machine Communication Using the Augmented Data Manipulator Network. ISCA 1980: 51-60
6 Howard Jay Siegel: The Theory Underlying the Partitioning of Permutation Networks. IEEE Trans. Computers 29(9): 791-801 (1980)
1979
5 S. Diane Smith, Howard Jay Siegel: An Emulator Network for SIMD Machine Interconnection Networks. ISCA 1979: 232-241
4 Howard Jay Siegel: A Model of SIMD Machines and a Comparison of Various Interconnection Networks. IEEE Trans. Computers 28(12): 907-917 (1979)
1978
3 Howard Jay Siegel, S. Diane Smith: Study of Multistage SIMD Interconnection Networks. ISCA 1978: 223-229
1977
2 Howard Jay Siegel: The Universality of Various Types of SIMD Machine Interconnection Networks. ISCA 1977: 70-79
1 Howard Jay Siegel: Analysis Techniques for SIMD Machine Interconnection Networks and the Effects of Processor Address Masks. IEEE Trans. Computers 26(2): 153-161 (1977)

Coauthor Index

1Seth Abraham [74] [87] [94] [99]
2George B. Adams III [14] [15]
3Atiq Ahamad [117]
4Ishfaq Ahmad [138] [186] [220]
5Mohammad Al-Otaibi [181] [183] [198]
6Abdulla Al-Qawasmeh [223]
7Ammar H. Alhusaini [141]
8Sahra Ali [150]
9Shoukat Ali [135] [140] [141] [143] [150] [153] [158] [159] [162] [166] [169] [170] [173] [176] [178] [179] [183] [196] [208]
10Syed Amjad Ali [181] [198]
11Amin Alqudah [204]
12Stephen L. Ambrosius [111] [131]
13John K. Antonio [90] [96] [103] [110] [112] [113]
14James B. Armstrong [66] [76] [85] [91] [93] [95] [102] [122]
15Mikhail J. Atallah [72] [73] [90]
16Mahir Aydin [181] [183] [198]
17Xin Bai [192] [210]
18William L. Bain [74]
19Tarun Banka [172] [174] [177] [185]
20Kenneth E. Batcher [74]
21Noah Beck [126] [132] [142] [144] [146] [148] [149] [152] [178]
22Noah B. Beck [184]
23Lotfi Benmohamed [180] [209]
24Thomas B. Berg [61] [69] [71]
25Eduard Bernath [70]
26Prashanth B. Bhat [141]
27Christina Lock Black [73]
28Ladislau Bölöni [126] [142] [152] [178] [192] [210]
29Jordan Bonney [106]
30R. Born [94]
31Jeff Brateman [193]
32Tracy D. Braun [104] [126] [139] [141] [142] [152] [156] [157] [160] [167] [178] [199] [211]
33Alfred Brenner [68]
34Luis Diego Briceno [203] [204] [218]
35Edward C. Bronson [65]
36Sharon Brunett [120]
37John R. Budenske [118] [121]
38Rajkumar Buyya [226]
39Mark Campbell [131]
40Paul Carff [141]
41Brent R. Carter [124]
42Henri Casanova [187]
43Thomas L. Casavant [48] [52] [54] [56] [57] [59] [60] [63] [65] [72] [73] [74]
44Kenneth H. Casey [93] [122]
45Ralph H. Castain [174] [175] [185]
46K. Mani Chandy [153]
47L.-Y. Chang [36]
48Surjamukhi Chatterjea [137]
49David M. Chelberg [77] [134]
50Kiran Chindam [172] [174] [177] [185]
51Ramakrishna Chitta [167] [199]
52Edwin K. P. Chong [137] [145] [151] [155] [163] [164] [165] [180] [209] [219] [225]
53C. Henry Chu [50]
54Carolyn Cline [27] [29]
55William E. Cohen [95]
56Jakov J. Crnkovic [36]
57D. Curkendall [120]
58Rose A. Daley [180] [191] [192] [209] [210]
59Dan Davis [120]
60Nathaniel J. Davis IV [31] [32] [34] [38] [43]
61Doug DeGroot [74]
62Edward J. Delp [50]
63Jack B. Dennis [74]
64Rinku Dewri [204]
65Pranav Dharwadkar [155]
66Henry G. Dietz (Hank G. Dietz) [58] [64] [82] [89] [95] [103] [104] [113]
67Raheleh B. Dilmaghani [167] [199]
68David C. Douglas [74]
69Thomas J. Downar [107] [123]
70Alpay Duman [141]
71Steve Dussinger [172] [174] [177] [185]
72Rudolf Eigenmann [182] [212]
73L. Ekroot [120]
74Arthur E. Feather [16]
75Tse-Yun Feng [74]
76Samuel A. Fineberg [48] [56] [57] [63] [65]
77José A. B. Fortes [47] [75] [79] [88] [95]
78Richard F. Freund [68] [83] [89] [111] [124] [131] [135] [140] [141] [142] [152] [154] [188]
79R. Stockton Gaines [68]
80Saurabh Kumar Garg [226]
81Sethavidh Gertphol [158] [159] [162]
82Arif Ghafoor [138] [186]
83Michael Gherrity [85] [91] [131]
84Nicholas Giolmas [77] [134]
85Michael W. Godfrey [141]
86James R. Goodman [74]
87Thomas Gottschalk [120]
88Sudha Govindasamy [204]
89Jeffery L. Gray [81] [84]
90Shriram B. Gundala [158] [159] [162]
91Rohit Gupta [115]
92Kumara Guru [181] [183] [198]
93Mike Halderman [131]
94Jennifer Hale [189]
95Peter D. Hallenbeck [20]
96Debra A. Hensgen [131] [135] [140] [141] [142] [150] [152] [154] [188]
97Peter V. Henstock [134]
98Ye Hong [211] [218]
99Aaron Horiuchi [181] [183] [198]
100William Tsun-Yuk Hsu [31] [34] [45]
101Alan Huang [74]
102Kai Hwang [153]
103Cynthia E. Irvine [141] [154] [188]
104Leah H. Jamieson [39] [50] [66]
105J. Robert Jamp [74]
106Raghunandan Janardhan [107] [123]
107David L. Janovy [202] [204]
108Arun Jayaseelan [190] [195] [197]
109Menkae Jeng [42] [44] [45] [46] [49] [51] [55]
110Rakesh Jha [106]
111David St. John [141] [154] [188]
112Steven Jones [137]
113Harry F. Jordan [74]
114Rohit Joshi [167] [199]
115Michael Jurczyk [94] [132] [137] [144] [146] [148] [149] [184] [214]
116Maher Kaddoura [117]
117Aditya Kaul [167]
118Elaine G. Keith [124] [131]
119Rob Kelly [68]
120Frederick C. Kemmerer [9]
121Ken Kennedy [97] [153]
122Samee Ullah Khan [220] [224]
123Shirley Kidd [141]
124Taylor Kidd [131] [141] [154] [188]
125Jong-Kook Kim [141] [154] [158] [159] [162] [166] [167] [169] [170] [176] [182] [188] [199] [208] [212]
126Shin-Dug Kim [61] [62] [71] [85] [91]
127Keith Knapp [193]
128Yogish G. Krishnamurthy [181] [183] [198]
129James T. Kuehn [20] [35] [38]
130Mark Bernd Kulaczewski [104] [116] [127]
131Matt Kussow [131] [141]
132Andrew Kutruff [172] [177]
133Yu-Kwong Kwok [138] [186]
134Joshua Ladd [204]
135Panho Lee [181] [183] [198]
136Timothy E. Levin [141] [154] [188]
137Yan Alexander Li [110] [112]
138John D. Lima [131]
139B. Lock [218]
140C. Lock [72]
141Louis Lome [68]
142James E. Lumpp Jr. [54] [60] [65]
143Anthony A. Maciejewski [78] [80] [92] [109] [128] [138] [139] [156] [157] [158] [159] [160] [162] [166] [167] [169] [170] [172] [173] [174] [176] [177] [178] [179] [180] [181] [182] [183] [185] [186] [189] [190] [193] [194] [195] [196] [197] [198] [199] [202] [203] [204] [207] [208] [209] [211] [212] [213] [216] [217] [218] [219] [220] [223] [224] [225]
144Muthucumaru Maheswaran [104] [122] [126] [129] [130] [133] [135] [140] [141] [142] [150] [152] [178]
145Dan C. Marinescu [54] [60] [65] [72] [73] [168] [171] [191] [192] [206] [210] [215] [221]
146Gabriela M. Marinescu [221]
147Jon Martin [193]
148Richard McAndrew [68]
149Robert J. McMillen [7] [8] [10] [11] [12] [17] [18] [21]
150Ashish M. Mehta [181] [183] [190] [195] [197] [198]
151Paul Messina [120]
152Richard C. Metzger [89]
153David G. Meyer [38]
154Veljko M. Milutinovic [36]
155Francesca Mirabile [124] [131]
156Lantz Moore [131]
157Patrick Moranville [189]
158John P. Morrison [206] [215] [221]
159Philip T. Mueller Jr. [9] [39]
160Wayne G. Nation [45] [53] [58] [64] [65] [70] [78] [80] [85] [91]
161Kenneth W. Neves [89]
162James A. Newhouse [117]
163Lionel M. Ni [97]
164Mark A. Nichols [58] [62] [64] [66] [82] [85] [87] [90] [91] [93] [99] [122]
165Alexandru Nicolau (Alex Nicolau) [68]
166Christoffer Norvik [215] [221]
167Mohana Oltikar [181] [183] [193] [198] [203]
168R. G. Palmer Jr. [96]
169C. Panaccione [218]
170Chani Pangali [89]
171Jung Min Park [163] [164] [165]
172Janak H. Patel [68]
173Yale N. Patt [74]
174Prashanth Penumarthy [172] [177]
175Pierre H. Pero [65] [104]
176Ron Pichel [181] [183] [198]
177Prakash Pichumani [172] [174] [177] [185]
178Alan J. Pippin [181] [183] [198]
179N. Wayne Porter [154] [188]
180Jerry Potter [200] [205] [223]
181Puneet Prakash [204]
182Viktor K. Prasanna (V. K. Prasanna Kumar) [141] [154] [158] [159] [162] [188]
183Suzy Price [201] [222]
184Thomas Probert [68]
185Russell W. Quong [58] [64]
186C. V. Ramamoorthy (Chittoor V. Ramamoorthy) [89]
187Ranga S. Ramanujan [106] [117] [118] [121]
188Michael Raskey [181] [183] [198]
189Darwen Rau [47] [75]
190John H. Reif [68]
191Timothy Renner [204]
192Albert I. Reuther [126] [142] [152] [178]
193Yves Robert [187]
194James P. Robertson [126] [142] [152] [178]
195Gerhard Roos [70]
196Vwani P. Roychowdhury [105] [109] [128]
197Brad Rust [131]
198Gene Saghi [79] [81] [84] [88] [100]
199Jorge L. C. Sanz [68]
200Praveen Satyasekaran [172] [174] [177] [185]
201William W. Saylor [174] [175]
202Matthew C. Schnaidt [141]
203Myron Schneider [167] [199]
204Thomas Schwederski [38] [41] [48] [52] [59] [65] [70] [94]
205Stephen L. Scott [111]
206Robert R. Seban [24] [25] [28] [37]
207David Sendek [172] [174] [177]
208Lui Sha [153]
209Ashish Sharma [167]
210Vladimir Shestak [179] [180] [181] [183] [189] [194] [196] [198] [201] [204] [207] [209] [222] [225]
211Kang G. Shin [153]
212Sameer Shivle [167] [172] [174] [177] [185] [199]
213Janet M. Siegel [96] [101] [104] [136]
214Leah J. Siegel [9] [13] [16]
215Harold E. Smalley [9]
216Alan Jay Smith [74]
217Bradley Warren Smith [33]
218James E. Smith [74]
219Jay Smith [177] [189] [190] [194] [195] [197] [201] [202] [204] [207] [213] [216] [217] [219] [222] [223]
220S. Diane Smith [3] [5] [9]
221Marc Snir [153]
222Lawrence Snyder (Larry Snyder) [74] [153]
223John John E. So [104] [107] [123]
224J. Sousa [172] [174] [177]
225George Spix [97]
226Jayashree Sridharan [172] [174] [177]
227Siddhartha Sripada [167]
228Thomas L. Sterling [153]
229Harold S. Stone [74]
230Craig B. Stunkel [214]
231Prasanna Sugavanam [172] [174] [177] [181] [183] [185] [198] [201] [222]
232Andrew M. Sutton [204]
233Philip H. Swain [13]
234Min Tan [95] [101] [104] [105] [110] [112] [119] [125] [132] [136] [144] [146] [148]
235Andrew S. Tanenbaum [89]
236Larry Teklits [201] [222]
237M. N. Teli [218]
238Mitchell D. Theys [104] [115] [122] [126] [132] [142] [144] [145] [146] [148] [149] [151] [152] [153] [178] [184]
239Kenneth J. Thurber [106] [117]
240Sonja Tideman [167] [199]
241Russ Tuck [74]
242David Lee Tuomenoksa [19] [22] [23] [26] [30] [40]
243Renard Ulrey [92] [157]
244Robert Umland [189]
245Praveen Vangari [167]
246Jose Velazco [172] [174] [177]
247Benjamin W. Wah [74]
248Steven Wallach [97]
249I-Jeng Wang [137] [180] [191] [192] [209] [210]
250Lee Wang [104] [105] [109] [117] [128]
251Mu-Cheng Wang [85] [87] [91] [99]
252Daniel W. Watson [76] [77] [90] [110] [124] [134]
253Jon A. Webb [68]
254Kevin J. Webb [129] [133]
255F. Wedyan [218]
256Francis J. Weil [50]
257Andrew B. Whinston [50]
258Joe White [193]
259Annie S. Wu [168] [171] [191]
260Kuo-Wei Wu [97]
261Bin Yao [126] [142] [152] [178]
262Bin Ye [190] [195] [197]
263Siva Sankar Yellampalli [167]
264June-Ho Yi [134]
265Chen Yu [206] [215] [221]
266Han Yu [168] [171] [191]
267Yang Yu [158] [159] [162]
268Chen Zhang [218]
269Junxing Zhang [181] [183] [198]
270Hans P. Zima [97]

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