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50EEThomas L. Sterling: HCW Keynote Address ParalleX: An Asynchronous Execution Model for Scalable Heterogeneous Computing. IPDPS 2007: 1
49EEGuang R. Gao, Thomas L. Sterling, Rick Stevens, Mark Hereld, Weirong Zhu: ParalleX: A Study of A New Parallel Computation Model. IPDPS 2007: 1-6
48EEGuang R. Gao, Thomas L. Sterling, Rick L. Stevens, Mark Hereld, Weirong Zhu: Hierarchical multithreading: programming model and system software. IPDPS 2006
47EEThomas L. Sterling: Computer science - architecture - Beyond the beyond and the extremes of computing. SC 2006: 66
46EEThomas L. Sterling, Peter M. Kogge, William J. Dally, Steve Scott, William Gropp, David E. Keyes, Peter H. Beckman: Multi-core issues - Multi-Core for HPC: breakthrough or breakdown? SC 2006: 73
45EEThomas L. Sterling: Towards a Technology and Architecture Hybrid? SC 2005: 63
44EEThomas L. Sterling: Towards Memory Oriented Scalable Computer Architecture and High Efficiency Petaflops Computing. NPC 2004: 2
43EEEd Upchurch, Thomas L. Sterling, Jay B. Brockman: Analysis and Modeling of Advanced PIM Architecture Design Tradeoffs. SC 2004: 12
42EEGuang R. Gao, Kevin B. Theobald, Ramaswamy Govindarajan, Clement Leung, Ziang Hu, Haiping Wu, Jizhu Lu, Juan del Cuvillo, Adeline Jacquet, Vincent Janot, Thomas L. Sterling: Programming Models and System Software for Future High-End Computing Systems: Work-in-Progress. IPDPS 2003: 206
41EEAdeline Jacquet, Vincent Janot, Clement Leung, Guang R. Gao, Ramaswamy Govindarajan, Thomas L. Sterling: An Executable Analytical Performance Evaluation Approach for Early Performance Prediction. IPDPS 2003: 268
40EETimothy Mark Pinkston, Alan F. Benner, Michael Krause, Irv M. Robinson, Thomas L. Sterling: InfiniBand: The "De Facto" Future Standard for System and Local Area Networks or Just a Scalable Replacement for PCI Buses? Cluster Computing 6(2): 95-104 (2003)
39EEThomas L. Sterling: Launching into the Future of Commodity Cluster Computing. CLUSTER 2002: 345-
38EEGuang R. Gao, Kevin B. Theobald, Ziang Hu, Haiping Wu, Jizhu Lu, Keshav Pingali, Paul Stodghill, Thomas L. Sterling, Rick Stevens, Mark Hereld: Next Generation System Software for Future High-End Computing Systems. IPDPS 2002
37EEThomas L. Sterling: The Gilgamesh MIND Processor-in-Memory Architecture for Petaflops-Scale Computing. ISHPC 2002: 1-5
36EEThomas L. Sterling, Hans P. Zima: Gilgamesh: a multithreaded processor-in-memory architecture for petaflops computing. SC 2002: 1-23
35EEThomas L. Sterling: An Introduction to the Gilgamesh PIM Architecture. Euro-Par 2001: 16-32
34EEThomas L. Sterling: Continuum computer architecture for exaflops computation. Commun. ACM 44(3): 78-80 (2001)
33EEMitchell 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)
32EEHans P. Zima, Thomas L. Sterling: Support for Irregular Computations in Massively Parallel PIM Arrays, Using an Object-Based Execution Model. IPDPS Workshops 2000: 450-456
31EEHans P. Zima, Thomas L. Sterling: Macroservers: An Object-Based Programming and Execution Model for Processor-in-Memory Arrays. ISHPC 2000: 7-25
30EEThomas L. Sterling: Symbolic Computing with Beowulf-Class PC Clusters. PVM/MPI 2000: 7-8
29EEAbdullah I. AlMojel, Tarek A. El-Ghazawi, Thomas L. Sterling: Characterizing and representing workloads for parallel computer architectures. Journal of Systems Architecture 46(1): 23-37 (2000)
28EEThomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese: A Coming of Age for Beowulf-Class Computing. Euro-Par 1999: 78-88
27EEThomas L. Sterling, Larry A. Bergman: A design analysis of a hybrid technology multithreaded architecture for petaflops scale computation3. International Conference on Supercomputing 1999: 286-293
26EEJay B. Brockman, Peter M. Kogge, Thomas L. Sterling, Vincent W. Freeh, Shannon K. Kuntz: Microservers: a new memory semantics for massively parallel computing. International Conference on Supercomputing 1999: 454-463
25EEJohn K. Salmon, Thomas L. Sterling, Rajesh Bordawekar, Christopher Stein: Scaling of Beowulf-Class Distributed Systems. HPDC 1998: 368-369
24EEHank G. Dietz, José Duato, Steven L. Scott, Thomas L. Sterling, Craig B. Stunkel, Stephen R. Wheat: Convergence Points on Commercial Parallel Systems: Do We Have the Node Architecture? Do We Have the Network? Do We Have the Programming Paradigm? ICPP 1998: 392-
23EEThomas L. Sterling: Beowulf PC clusters: breaking the cost barrier to high end application computing (keynote address - abstract). SAC 1998: 1
22 Michael S. Warren, Donald J. Becker, M. Patrick Goda, John K. Salmon, Thomas L. Sterling: Parallel Supercomputing with Commodity Components. PDPTA 1997: 1372-1381
21 David W. Pfitzner, John K. Salmon, Thomas L. Sterling: Halo World: Tools for Parallel Cluster Finding in Astrophysical N-body Simulations. Data Min. Knowl. Discov. 1(4): 419-438 (1997)
20EEChance Reschke, Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Ridge, Daniel Savarese, Donald J. Becker, Phillip Merkey: A Design Study of Alternative Network Topologies for the Beowulf Parallel Workstation. HPDC 1996: 626-636
19EEThomas L. Sterling, Donald J. Becker, Chance Reschke, Daniel Savarese, Michael R. Berry: Achieving a Balanced Low-Cost Architecture for Mass Storage Management through Multiple Fast Ethernet Channels on the Beowulf Parallel Workstation. IPPS 1996: 104-108
18 Abdullah I. Meajil, Tarek A. El-Ghazawi, Thomas L. Sterling: A Quantitative Approach for Architecture-Invariant Parallel Workload Characterization. PARA 1996: 515-524
17 Thomas L. Sterling: The Scientific Workstation of the Future May Be a Pile of PCs. Commun. ACM 39(9): 11-12 (1996)
16 Thomas L. Sterling, Phillip Merkey, Daniel Savarese: Improving Application Performance on the HP/Convex Exemplar. IEEE Computer 29(12): 50-55 (1996)
15 Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Phillip Merkey, Jeffrey P. Gardner: An Initial Evaluation of the Convex SPP-1000 for Earth and Space Science Application. HPCA 1995: 176-185
14EEThomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Donald J. Becker, Bruce Fryxell, Kevin Olson: Communication Overhead for Space Science Applications on the Beowulf Parallel Workstation. HPDC 1995: 23-
13 Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Donald J. Becker, John E. Dorband, Udaya A. Ranawake, Charles V. Packer: BEOWULF: A Parallel Workstation for Scientific Computation. ICPP (1) 1995: 11-14
12EEThomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Peter MacNeice, Kevin Olson, Clark Mobarry, Bruce Fryxell, Phillip Merkey: A Performance Evaluation of the Convex SPP-1000 Scalable Shared Memory Parallel Computer. SC 1995
11EEPaul Messina, James C. T. Pool, Thomas L. Sterling: System Software and Tools for High-Performance Computing Environments. SC 1995
10 Steven Hotovy, Thomas L. Sterling: JNNIE: Evaluation of Scalable Parallel Processing Architectures. HPCN 1994: 172-173
9EESteven Hotovy, Wayne Pfeiffer, Thomas L. Sterling: Findings of the joint NSF-NASA initiative in evaluation. SC 1994: 811-813
8 Thomas L. Sterling, Michael J. MacDonald: The Realities of Parallel Processing and Dataflow's Role in It: Lessons from the NASA HPCC Program. Architectures and Compilation Techniques for Fine and Medium Grain Parallelism 1993: 165-176
7 Thomas L. Sterling, Jeffrey M. Arnold: Fine Grain Dataflow Computation without Tokens for Balanced Execution. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 18(3): 327-339 (1993)
6 Mark R. Thistle, Thomas L. Sterling, James T. Kuehn, Thomas A. Anastasio: The Effectiveness of Random Mapping on Fine-Grain MIMD Architectures. ICPP (2) 1992: 41-48
5 Thomas L. Sterling, Albert J. Musciano, Donald J. Becker: Multiprocessor Performance Measurement Using Embedded Instrumentation. ICPP (1) 1988: 156-165
4 Thomas L. Sterling, Ellery Y. Chan: A Practical Static Data Flow Computer Based on Associative Methods. ICPP (1) 1988: 225-234
3 Albert J. Musciano, Thomas L. Sterling: Efficient Dynamic Scheduling of Medium-Grained Tasks for General Purpose Parallel Processing. ICPP (2) 1988: 166-175
2EEThomas L. Sterling, D. Scott Wills, Ellery Y. Chan: Tokenless static data flow using associative templates. SC 1988: 70-79
1 Robert H. Halstead Jr., Thomas L. Anderson, Randy B. Osborne, Thomas L. Sterling: Concert: Design of a Multiprocessor Development System. ISCA 1986: 40-48

Coauthor Index

1Abdullah I. AlMojel [29]
2Shoukat Ali [33]
3Thomas A. Anastasio [6]
4Thomas L. Anderson [1]
5Jeffrey M. Arnold [7]
6Donald J. Becker [5] [13] [14] [19] [20] [22]
7Peter H. Beckman [46]
8Alan F. Benner [40]
9Larry A. Bergman [27]
10Michael R. Berry [19]
11Rajesh Bordawekar [25]
12Jay B. Brockman [26] [43]
13Ellery Y. Chan [2] [4]
14K. Mani Chandy [33]
15Juan del Cuvillo [42]
16William J. Dally [46]
17Henry G. Dietz (Hank G. Dietz) [24]
18John E. Dorband [13]
19José Duato [24]
20Tarek A. El-Ghazawi [18] [29]
21Vincent W. Freeh [26]
22Bruce Fryxell [12] [14]
23Guang R. Gao [38] [41] [42] [48] [49]
24Jeffrey P. Gardner [15]
25M. Patrick Goda [22]
26Ramaswamy Govindarajan [41] [42]
27William Gropp (William D. Gropp, Bill Gropp) [46]
28Robert H. Halstead Jr. [1]
29Mark Hereld [38] [48] [49]
30Steven Hotovy [9] [10]
31Ziang Hu [38] [42]
32Kai Hwang [33]
33Adeline Jacquet [41] [42]
34Vincent Janot [41] [42]
35Ken Kennedy [33]
36David E. Keyes [46]
37Peter M. Kogge [26] [46]
38Michael Krause [40]
39James T. Kuehn [6]
40Shannon K. Kuntz [26]
41Clement Leung [41] [42]
42Jizhu Lu [38] [42]
43Michael J. MacDonald [8]
44Peter MacNeice [12]
45Abdullah I. Meajil [18]
46Phillip Merkey [12] [15] [16] [20]
47Paul Messina [11]
48Clark Mobarry [12]
49Albert J. Musciano [3] [5]
50Kevin Olson [12] [14]
51Randy B. Osborne [1]
52Charles V. Packer [13]
53Wayne Pfeiffer [9]
54David W. Pfitzner [21]
55Keshav Pingali [38]
56Timothy Mark Pinkston [40]
57James C. T. Pool [11]
58Udaya A. Ranawake [13]
59Chance Reschke [19] [20]
60Daniel Ridge [20]
61Irv M. Robinson [40]
62John K. Salmon [21] [22] [25]
63Daniel Savarese [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [19] [20] [28]
64Steve Scott [46]
65Steven L. Scott [24]
66Lui Sha [33]
67Kang G. Shin [33]
68Howard Jay Siegel [33]
69Marc Snir [33]
70Lawrence Snyder (Larry Snyder) [33]
71Christopher Stein [25]
72Rick L. Stevens (Rick Stevens) [38] [48] [49]
73Paul Stodghill [38]
74Craig B. Stunkel [24]
75Kevin B. Theobald [38] [42]
76Mitchell D. Theys [33]
77Mark R. Thistle [6]
78Ed Upchurch [43]
79Michael S. Warren [22]
80Stephen R. Wheat [24]
81D. Scott Wills [2]
82Haiping Wu [38] [42]
83Weirong Zhu [48] [49]
84Hans P. Zima [31] [32] [36]

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