Thomas Fahringer

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143EEHong Linh Truong, Peter Brunner, Vlad Nae, Thomas Fahringer: DIPAS: A distributed performance analysis service for grid service-based workflows. Future Generation Comp. Syst. 25(4): 385-398 (2009)
142 Jörn Altmann, Dirk Neumann, Thomas Fahringer: Grid Economics and Business Models, 5th International Workshop, GECON 2008, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, August 26, 2008. Proceedings Springer 2008
141EEFarrukh Nadeem, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Characterizing, Modeling and Predicting Dynamic Resource Availability in a Large Scale Multi-purpose Grid. CCGRID 2008: 348-357
140EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: Synthesizing Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Grid Application Wrapper Services. CCGRID 2008: 467-474
139EEMarek Wieczorek, Stefan Podlipnig, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Bi-criteria Scheduling of Scientific Workflows for the Grid. CCGRID 2008: 9-16
138EEVlad Nae, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Neural Network-Based Load Prediction for Highly Dynamic Distributed Online Games. Euro-Par 2008: 202-211
137EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: Supporting Parameter Sweep Applications with Synthesized Grid Services. Euro-Par 2008: 26-36
136EESergei 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
135EEChristoph Anthes, Thomas Fahringer, Dieter Kranzlmüller: Real-Time Online Interactive Applications on the Grid (ROIA 2008). Euro-Par Workshops 2008: 327-328
134EEVlad Nae, Jordan Herbert, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: An Information System for Real-Time Online Interactive Applications. Euro-Par Workshops 2008: 361-370
133EEJustin 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
132EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: A Multi-Perspective Taxonomy for Systematic Classification of Grid Faults. PDP 2008: 126-130
131EEVlad Nae, Alexandru Iosup, Stefan Podlipnig, Radu Prodan, Dick H. J. Epema, Thomas Fahringer: Efficient management of data center resources for massively multiplayer online games. SC 2008: 10
130EEJun Qin, Thomas Fahringer: A novel domain oriented approach for scientific grid workflow composition. SC 2008: 21
129EEMarek Wieczorek, Stefan Podlipnig, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Applying double auctions for scheduling of workflows on the Grid. SC 2008: 27
128EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Overhead Analysis of Scientific Workflows in Grid Environments. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 19(3): 378-393 (2008)
127EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: Grid Application Fault Diagnosis Using Wrapper Services and Machine Learning. Int. J. Cooperative Inf. Syst. 17(3): 283-299 (2008)
126 Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Grid Computing, Experiment Management, Tool Integration, and Scientific Workflows Springer 2007
125EEJun Qin, Marek Wieczorek, Kassia Plankensteiner, Thomas Fahringer: Towards a Light-weight Workflow Engine in the Asklon Grid Environment. CoreGRID 2007: 239-251
124EEAlex Villazón, Malik Junaid, Mumtaz Siddiqui, Thomas Fahringer: Applying patterns for porting complex workflows onto the Grid. CoreGRID 2007: 265-275
123EEThomas Fahringer, Christoph Anthes, Alexis Arragon, Arton Lipaj, Jens Müller-Iden, Christopher J. Rawlings, Radu Prodan, Mike Surridge: The edutain@grid Project. GECON 2007: 182-187
122EEFarrukh Nadeem, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Optimizing Performance of Automatic Training Phase for Application Performance Prediction in the Grid. HPCC 2007: 309-321
121EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: Grid Application Fault Diagnosis Using Wrapper Services and Machine Learning. ICSOC 2007: 233-244
120EERubing Duan, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Performance and cost optimization for multiple large-scale grid workflow applications. SC 2007: 12
119EEJun Qin, Thomas Fahringer: Advanced data flow support for scientific grid workflow applications. SC 2007: 42
118EEMumtaz Siddiqui, Alex Villazón, Thomas Fahringer: Semantic-Based On-demand Synthesis of Grid Activities for Automatic Workflow Generation. eScience 2007: 43-50
117EEHong Linh Truong, Schahram Dustdar, Thomas Fahringer: Performance metrics and ontologies for Grid workflows. Future Generation Comp. Syst. 23(6): 760-772 (2007)
116EEYolanda Gil, Ewa Deelman, Mark H. Ellisman, Thomas Fahringer, Geoffrey Fox, Dennis Gannon, Carole A. Goble, Miron Livny, Luc Moreau, Jim Myers: Examining the Challenges of Scientific Workflows. IEEE Computer 40(12): 24-32 (2007)
115EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: The Otho Toolkit - Synthesizing tailor-made scientific grid application wrapper services. Multiagent and Grid Systems 3(3): 281-298 (2007)
114EEMumtaz Siddiqui, Thomas Fahringer: Semantically-enhanced on-demand resource provision and management for the grid. Multiagent and Grid Systems 3(3): 327-339 (2007)
113 Thomas Fahringer: Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks, as part of the 24th IASTED International Multi-Conference on Applied Informatics, February 14-16 2006, Innsbruck, Austria IASTED/ACTA Press 2006
112EEFrancesco Nerieri, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer, Hong Linh Truong: Overhead Analysis of Grid Workflow Applications. GRID 2006: 17-24
111EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: Specification-based Synthesis of Tailor-made Grid Service Wrappers for Scientific Legacy Codes. GRID 2006: 305-306
110EERubing Duan, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Run-time Optimisation of Grid Workflow Applications. GRID 2006: 33-40
109EEPeter Brunner, Hong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: Performance Monitoring and Visualization of Grid Scientific Workflows in ASKALON. HPCC 2006: 170-179
108EERubing Duan, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Data Mining-based Fault Prediction and Detection on the Grid. HPDC 2006: 305-308
107EEMarek Wieczorek, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Dynamic Programming Based Approach for Bi-criteria Workflow Scheduling on the Grid. HPDC 2006: 381-382
106EEThomas Fahringer: Towards a sophisticated grid workflow development and computing environment. IPDPS 2006
105EEBartosz Balis, Hong Linh Truong, Marian Bubak, Thomas Fahringer, Krzysztof Guzy, Kuba Rozkwitalski: An Instrumentation Infrastructure for Grid Workflow Applications. OTM Conferences (2) 2006: 1305-1314
104EEMumtaz Siddiqui, Alex Villazón, Thomas Fahringer: Grid allocation and reservation - Grid capacity planning with negotiation-based advance reservation for optimized QoS. SC 2006: 103
103EEHong Linh Truong, Peter Brunner, Thomas Fahringer, Francesco Nerieri, Robert Samborski, Bartosz Balis, Marian Bubak, Kuba Rozkwitalski: K-WfGrid Distributed Monitoring and Performance Analysis Services for Workflows in the Grid. e-Science 2006: 15
102EEFrancesco Nerieri, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Kalipy: A Tool for Online Performance Analysis of Grid Workflows through Event Correlation. e-Science 2006: 18
101EEJürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: Presenting Scientific Legacy Programs as Grid Services via Program Synthesis. e-Science 2006: 34
100EEHong Linh Truong, Robert Samborski, Thomas Fahringer: Towards a Framework for Monitoring and Analyzing QoS Metrics of Grid Services. e-Science 2006: 65
99EEFarrukh Nadeem, Muhammad Murtaza Yousaf, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Soft Benchmarks-Based Application Performance Prediction Using a Minimum Training Set. e-Science 2006: 71
98EEMarek Wieczorek, Mumtaz Siddiqui, Alex Villazón, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Applying Advance Reservation to Increase Predictability of Workflow Execution on the Grid. e-Science 2006: 82
97 Thomas Fahringer, M. H. Hamza: Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks, part of the 23rd Multi-Conference on Applied Informatics, Innsbruck, Austria, February 15-17, 2005 IASTED/ACTA Press 2005
96EEClovis Seragiotto Jr., Thomas Fahringer: Performance analysis for distributed and parallel Java programs with Aksum. CCGRID 2005: 1024-1031
95EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer, Francesco Nerieri, Schahram Dustdar: Performance metrics and ontology for describing performance data of grid workflows. CCGRID 2005: 301-308
94EEThomas Fahringer, Jun Qin, S. Hainzer: Specification of grid workflow applications with AGWL: an Abstract Grid Workflow Language. CCGRID 2005: 676-685
93EEClovis Seragiotto Jr., Thomas Fahringer: Analysis of Distributed Java Applications Using Dynamic Instrumentation. CLUSTER 2005: 1-10
92EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: Online Performance Monitoring and Analysis of Grid Scientific Workflows. EGC 2005: 1154-1164
91EEMumtaz Siddiqui, Thomas Fahringer: GridARM: Askalon's Grid Resource Management System. EGC 2005: 122-131
90EERubing Duan, Thomas Fahringer, Radu Prodan, Jun Qin, Alex Villazón, Marek Wieczorek: Real World Workflow Applications in the Askalon Grid Environment. EGC 2005: 454-463
89EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Optimising Parallel Applications on the Grid Using Irregular Array Distributions. EGC 2005: 527-537
88EEAlexandru Jugravu, Thomas Fahringer: Scheduling Workflow Distributed Applications in JavaSymphony. Euro-Par 2005: 272-281
87EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: Soft Computing Approach to Performance Analysis of Parallel and Distributed Programs. Euro-Par 2005: 50-60
86EEAllen D. Malony, Thomas Fahringer, Allan Snavely, Luís Silva: Topic 2 - Performance Prediction and Evaluation. Euro-Par 2005: 93
85EEThomas Fahringer, Radu Prodan, Rubing Duan, Francesco Nerieri, Stefan Podlipnig, Jun Qin, Mumtaz Siddiqui, Hong Linh Truong, Alex Villazón, Marek Wieczorek: ASKALON: a Grid application development and computing environment. GRID 2005: 122-131
84EERubing Duan, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: DEE: A Distributed Fault Tolerant Workflow Enactment Engine for Grid Computing. HPCC 2005: 704-716
83EEAlexandru Jugravu, Thomas Fahringer: Advanced Resource Management and Scheduling of Workflow Applications in JavaSymphony. HiPC 2005: 235-246
82EESabri Pllana, Thomas Fahringer: Performance Prophet: A Performance Modeling and Prediction Tool for Parallel and Distributed Programs. ICPP Workshops 2005: 509-516
81EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: Self-Managing Sensor-Based Middleware for Performance Monitoring and Data Integration in Grids. IPDPS 2005
80 Mumtaz Siddiqui, Thomas Fahringer, Jürgen Hofer, Ioan Toma: Grid Resource Ontologies and Asymmetric Resource-Correlation. NODe/GSEM 2005: 205-219
79 Jürgen Hofer, Alex Villazón, Mumtaz Siddiqui, Thomas Fahringer: The Otho Toolkit: Generating Tailor-made Scientific Grid Application Wrappers. NODe/GSEM 2005: 323-337
78EEHong Linh Truong, Bartosz Balis, Marian Bubak, Jakub Dziwisz, Thomas Fahringer, Andreas Hoheisel: Towards Distributed Monitoring and Performance Analysis Services in the K-WfGrid Project. PPAM 2005: 156-163
77EEMarek Wieczorek, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Comparison of Workflow Scheduling Strategies on the Grid. PPAM 2005: 792-800
76EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Dynamic scheduling of scientific workflow applications on the grid: a case study. SAC 2005: 687-694
75EEMumtaz Siddiqui, Alex Villazón, Jürgen Hofer, Thomas Fahringer: GLARE: A Grid Activity Registration, Deployment and Provisioning Framework. SC 2005: 52
74EEThomas Fahringer, Alexandru Jugravu, Sabri Pllana, Radu Prodan, Clovis Seragiotto Jr., Hong Linh Truong: ASKALON: a tool set for cluster and Grid computing. Concurrency - Practice and Experience 17(2-4): 143-169 (2005)
73EEThomas Fahringer, Alexandru Jugravu: JavaSymphony: a new programming paradigm to control and synchronize locality, parallelism and load balancing for parallel and distributed computing. Concurrency - Practice and Experience 17(7-8): 1005-1025 (2005)
72EEAlexandru Jugravu, Thomas Fahringer: JavaSymphony, a programming model for the Grid. Future Generation Comp. Syst. 21(1): 239-247 (2005)
71EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: ZEN: a directive based experiment specification language for performance and parameter studies of parallel scientific applications. IJHPCN 3(2/3): 103-121 (2005)
70EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer, Schahram Dustdar: Dynamic Instrumentation, Performance Monitoring and Analysis of Grid Scientific Workflows. J. Grid Comput. 3(1-2): 1-18 (2005)
69EEMarek Wieczorek, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: Scheduling of scientific workflows in the ASKALON grid environment. SIGMOD Record 34(3): 56-62 (2005)
68EESabri Pllana, Thomas Fahringer, Johannes Testori, Siegfried Benkner, Ivona Brandic: Towards an UML Based Graphical Representation of Grid Workflow Applications. European Across Grids Conference 2004: 149-158
67EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: SCALEA-G: A Unified Monitoring and Performance Analysis System for the Grid. European Across Grids Conference 2004: 202-211
66EEAlexandru Jugravu, Thomas Fahringer: JavaSymphony, a Programming Model for the Grid. International Conference on Computational Science 2004: 18-25
65EEThomas Fahringer, Sabri Pllana, Alex Villazón: A-GWL: Abstract Grid Workflow Language. International Conference on Computational Science 2004: 42-49
64EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: Performance Analysis, Data Sharing, and Tools Integration in Grids: New Approach Based on Ontology. International Conference on Computational Science 2004: 424-431
63EEThomas Fahringer, Sabri Pllana, Johannes Testori: Teuta: Tool Support for Performance Modeling of Distributed and Parallel Applications. International Conference on Computational Science 2004: 456-463
62EERadu Prodan, Andreas Bonelli, Andreas Adelmann, Thomas Fahringer, Christoph Überhuber: Benchmarking Parallel Three Dimensional FFT Kernels with ZENTURIO. International Conference on Computational Science 2004: 459-466
61EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: ZENTURIO: A Grid Service-Based Tool for Optimising Parallel and Grid Applications. J. Grid Comput. 2(1): 15-29 (2004)
60EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: ZENTURIO: a grid middleware-based tool for experiment management of parallel and distributed applications. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 64(6): 693-707 (2004)
59EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: SCALEA-G: A unified monitoring and performance analysis system for the grid. Scientific Programming 12(4): 225-237 (2004)
58 Thomas Fahringer, Bernhard Scholz: Advanced Symbolic Analysis for Compilers: New Techniques and Algorithms for Symbolic Program Analysis and Optimization Springer 2003
57EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: On Utilizing Experiment Data Repository for Performance Analysis of Parallel Applications. Euro-Par 2003: 27-37
56EEJeffrey K. Hollingsworth, Allen D. Malony, Jesús Labarta, Thomas Fahringer: Performance Evaluation and Prediction. Euro-Par 2003: 87
55EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: From Web Services to OGSA: Experiences in Implementing an OGSA-based Grid Application. GRID 2003: 2-9
54EEAlexandru Jugravu, Thomas Fahringer: On the Implementation of JavaSymphony. HIPS 2003: 34-
53EEAlexandru Jugravu, Thomas Fahringer: On the Implementation of JavaSymphony. IPDPS 2003: 129
52EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: A Web Service-Based Experiment Management System for the Grid. IPDPS 2003: 85
51EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer, Michael Geissler, Georg Madsen, Franz Franchetti, Hans Moritsch: On Using ZENTURIO for Performance and Parameter Studies on Cluster and Grid Architectures. PDP 2003: 185-192
50EEClovis Seragiotto Jr., Thomas Fahringer, Michael Geissler, Georg Madsen, Hans Moritsch: On Using Aksum for Semi-Automatically Searching of Performance Problems in Parallel and Distributed Programs. PDP 2003: 385-392
49EEThomas Fahringer, Nicola Mazzocca, Massimiliano Rak, Sabri Pllana, Umberto Villano, Georg Madsen: Performance Modeling of Scientific Applications: Scalability Analysis of LAPW0. PDP 2003: 5-12
48EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: SCALEA: a performance analysis tool for parallel programs. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 15(11-12): 1001-1025 (2003)
47EEThomas Fahringer, Alexandru Jugravu, Beniamino Di Martino, Salvatore Venticinque, Hans Moritsch: On the Evaluation of JavaSymphony for Cluster Applications. CLUSTER 2002: 394-
46EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: ZENTURIO: An Experiment Management System for Cluster and Grid Computing. CLUSTER 2002: 9-18
45EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer: SCALEA: A Performance Analysis Tool for Distributed and Parallel Programs. Euro-Par 2002: 75-85
44EEThomas Fahringer, Clovis Seragiotto Jr.: Automatic Search for Performance Problems in Parallel and Distributed Programs by Using Multi-experiment Analysis. HiPC 2002: 151-162
43EERadu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer: ZEN: A Directive-Based Language for Automatic Experiment Management of Distributed and Parallel Programs. ICPP 2002: 93-100
42EEThomas Fahringer, Alexandru Jugravu: JavaSymphony: new directives to control and synchronize locality, parallelism, and load balancing for cluster and GRID-computing. Java Grande 2002: 8-17
41EERocco Aversa, Beniamino Di Martino, Thomas Fahringer, Salvatore Venticinque: On the Evaluation of the Distributed Objects and Mobile Agents Programming Models for a Distributed Optimization Application. PARA 2002: 233-242
40EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer, Michael Geissler, Georg Madsen: Performance Analysis for MPI Applications with SCALEA. PVM/MPI 2002: 421-431
39EESabri Pllana, Thomas Fahringer: On Customizing the UML for Modeling Performance-Oriented Applications. UML 2002: 259-274
38EESabri Pllana, Thomas Fahringer: Parallel and distributed systems: UML based modeling of performance oriented parallel and distributed applications. Winter Simulation Conference 2002: 497-505
37 Thomas Fahringer, K. Sowa-Pieklo, Przemyslaw Czerwinski, Peter Brezany, Marian Bubak, Rainer Koppler, Roland Wismüller: SPiDER - An advanced symbolic debugger for Fortran 90/HPF programs. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 14(2): 103-136 (2002)
36EEThomas Fahringer, K. Sowa-Pieklo: Debugging real-world data-parallel programs with SPiDER. Future Generation Comp. Syst. 18(6): 779-788 (2002)
35EEThomas Fahringer, K. Sowa-Pieklo, J. Luitz, Hans Moritsch: On Using SPiDER to Examine and Debug Real-World Data-Parallel Applications. PaCT 2001: 211-225
34EEHong Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer, Georg Madsen, Allen D. Malony, Hans Moritsch, Sameer Shende: On using SCALEA for performance analysis of distributed and parallel programs. SC 2001: 34
33EEThomas Fahringer, Clovis Seragiotto Jr.: Modeling and detecting performance problems for distributed and parallel programs with JavaPSL. SC 2001: 35
32 Thomas Fahringer, P. Blaha, A. Hössinger, J. Luitz, Eduard Mehofer, Hans Moritsch, Bernhard Scholz: Development and performance analysis of real-world applications for distributed and parallel architectures. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 13(10): 841-868 (2001)
31EEThomas Fahringer: JavaSymphony: A System for Development of Locality-Oriented Distributed and Parallel Java Applications. CLUSTER 2000: 145-152
30EEThomas Fahringer, Wolfgang E. Nagel: Performance Evaluation and Prediction. Euro-Par 2000: 105-107
29EEThomas Fahringer, Michael Gerndt, Graham D. Riley, Jesper Larsson Träff: Specification of Performance Problems in MPI Programs with ASL. ICPP 2000: 51-
28EEThomas Fahringer, A. Pozgaj, Hans Moritsch, J. Luitz: Evaluation of P3T+: A Performance Estimator for Distributed and Parallel Applications. IPDPS 2000: 229-234
27EEThomas Fahringer, Michael Gerndt, Graham D. Riley, Jesper Larsson Träff: On Performance Modeling for HPF Applications with ASL. ISHPC 2000: 191-204
26EEThomas Fahringer, Michael Gerndt, Graham D. Riley, Jesper Larsson Träff: Formalizing OpenMP Performance Properties with ASL. ISHPC 2000: 428-439
25EEBernhard Scholz, Johann Blieberger, Thomas Fahringer: Symbolic Pointer Analysis for Detecting Memory Leaks. PEPM 2000: 104-113
24EEThomas Fahringer, Bernhard Scholz, Xian-He Sun: Execution-driven performance analysis for distributed and parallel systems. Workshop on Software and Performance 2000: 204-215
23EEThomas Fahringer, Bernhard Scholz: A Unified Symbolic Evaluation Framework for Parallelizing Compilers. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 11(11): 1105-1125 (2000)
22 Johann Blieberger, Thomas Fahringer, Bernhard Scholz: Symbolic Cache Analysis for Real-Time Systems. Real-Time Systems 18(2/3): 181-215 (2000)
21 Thomas Fahringer, A. Pozgaj: P^3T+: A performance estimator for distributed and parallel programs. Scientific Programming 8(2): 73-93 (2000)
20 Xian-He Sun, Mario Pantano, Thomas Fahringer, Zhaohua Zhan: SCALA: A Framework for Performance Evaluation of Scalable Computing. IPPS/SPDP Workshops 1999: 49-62
19EEXian-He Sun, Mario Pantano, Thomas Fahringer: Integrated Range Comparison for Data-Parallel Compilation Systems. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 10(5): 448-458 (1999)
18 Thomas Fahringer, Eduard Mehofer: Buffer-Safe and Cost-Driven Communication Optimization. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 57(1): 33-63 (1999)
17EEXian-He Sun, Mario Pantano, Thomas Fahringer: Performance Range Comparison for Restructuring Compilation. ICPP 1998: 595-
16EEThomas Fahringer, Eduard Mehofer: Problem and Machine Sensitive Communication Optimization. International Conference on Supercomputing 1998: 117-124
15EEThomas Fahringer: Efficient Symbolic Analysis for Parallelizing Compilers and Performance Estimators. The Journal of Supercomputing 12(3): 227-252 (1998)
14 Thomas Fahringer: Effective Symbolic Analysis to Support Parallelizing Compilers and Performance Analysis. HPCN Europe 1997: 781-790
13 Thomas Fahringer: Estimating Cache Performance for Sequential and Data Parallel Programs. HPCN Europe 1997: 840-849
12EEThomas Fahringer, Eduard Mehofer: Buffer-Safe Communication Optimization Based on Data Flow Analysis and Performance Prediction. IEEE PACT 1997: 189-200
11EEThomas Fahringer, Bernhard Scholz: Symbolic Evaluation for Parallelizing Compilers. International Conference on Supercomputing 1997: 261-268
10 Thomas Fahringer: Symbolic expression evaluation to support parallelizing compilers. PDP 1997: 173-180
9EEThomas Fahringer: Toward Symbolic Performance Prediction of Parallel Programs. IPPS 1996: 474-478
8 Thomas Fahringer: On estimating the useful work distribution of parallel programs under P3T: a static performance estimator. Concurrency - Practice and Experience 8(4): 261-282 (1996)
7 Thomas Fahringer: Compile-Time Estimation of Communication Costs for Data Parallel Programs. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 39(1): 46-65 (1996)
6EEThomas Fahringer, Matthew Haines, Piyush Mehrotra: On the Utility of Threads for Data Parallel Programming. International Conference on Supercomputing 1995: 51-59
5 Thomas Fahringer: Estimating and Optimizing Performance for Parallel Programs. IEEE Computer 28(11): 47-56 (1995)
4 Thomas Fahringer: Automatically Estimating Network Contention of Parallel Programs. Computer Performance Evaluation 1994: 389-405
3EEThomas Fahringer, Hans P. Zima: A Static Parameter Based Performance Prediction Tool for Parallel Programs. International Conference on Supercomputing 1993: 207-219
2 Barbara M. Chapman, Thomas Fahringer, Hans P. Zima: Automatic Support for Data Distribution on Distributed Memory Multiprocessor Systems. LCPC 1993: 184-199
1EEThomas Fahringer, Roman Blasko, Hans P. Zima: Automatic performance prediction to support parallelization of Fortran programs for massively parallel systems. ICS 1992: 347-356

Coauthor Index

1Andreas Adelmann [62]
2Jörn Altmann [142]
3Christoph Anthes [123] [133] [135]
4Alexis Arragon [123] [133]
5Rocco Aversa [41]
6Bartosz Balis [78] [103] [105]
7Siegfried Benkner [68]
8P. Blaha [32]
9Roman Blasko [1]
10Johann Blieberger [22] [25]
11Andreas Bonelli [62]
12Ivona Brandic [68]
13Peter Brezany [37]
14Peter Brunner [103] [109] [143]
15Marian Bubak [37] [78] [103] [105]
16Barbara M. Chapman [2]
17Przemyslaw Czerwinski [37]
18Ewa Deelman [116]
19Rubing Duan [84] [85] [90] [108] [110] [120]
20Schahram Dustdar [70] [95] [117]
21Jakub Dziwisz [78]
22Mark H. Ellisman [116]
23Dick H. J. Epema [131]
24Justin Ferris [133]
25Geoffrey Fox (Geoffrey Charles Fox) [116]
26Franz Franchetti [51]
27Dennis Gannon [116]
28Michael Geissler [40] [50] [51]
29Michael Gerndt [26] [27] [29]
30Yolanda Gil [116]
31Frank Glinka [133] [136]
32Carole A. Goble [116]
33Sergei Gorlatch [133] [136]
34Krzysztof Guzy [105]
35Matthew Haines [6]
36S. Hainzer [94]
37M. H. Hamza [97]
38Jordan Herbert [134]
39Jürgen Hofer [75] [79] [80] [101] [111] [115] [121] [127] [132] [137] [140]
40Andreas Hoheisel [78]
41Jeffrey K. Hollingsworth [56]
42A. Hössinger [32]
43Alexandru Iosup [131]
44Alexandru Jugravu [42] [47] [53] [54] [66] [72] [73] [74] [83] [88]
45Malik Junaid [124]
46Rainer Koppler [37]
47Dieter Kranzlmüller [135]
48Jesús Labarta [56]
49Arton Lipaj [123] [133]
50Miron Livny [116]
51J. Luitz [28] [32] [35]
52Georg Madsen [34] [40] [49] [50] [51]
53Allen D. Malony [34] [56] [86]
54Beniamino Di Martino [41] [47]
55Nicola Mazzocca [49]
56Eduard Mehofer [12] [16] [18] [32]
57Piyush Mehrotra [6]
58Luc Moreau [116]
59Hans Moritsch [28] [32] [34] [35] [47] [50] [51]
60Jens Müller-Iden [123] [136]
61Jim Myers [116]
62Farrukh Nadeem [99] [122] [141]
63Vlad Nae [131] [134] [136] [138] [143]
64Wolfgang E. Nagel [30]
65Francesco Nerieri [85] [95] [102] [103] [112]
66Dirk Neumann [142]
67Mario Pantano [17] [19] [20]
68Kassia Plankensteiner [125]
69Sabri Pllana [38] [39] [49] [63] [65] [68] [74] [82]
70Alexander Ploss [136]
71Stefan Podlipnig [85] [129] [131] [139]
72A. Pozgaj [21] [28]
73Radu Prodan [43] [46] [51] [52] [55] [60] [61] [62] [69] [71] [74] [76] [77] [84] [85] [89] [90] [98] [99] [102] [107] [108] [110] [112] [120] [122] [123] [126] [128] [129] [131] [133] [134] [136] [138] [139] [141]
74Jun Qin [85] [90] [94] [119] [125] [130]
75Massimiliano Rak [49]
76Christopher J. Rawlings [123] [133]
77Graham D. Riley [26] [27] [29]
78Kuba Rozkwitalski [103] [105]
79Robert Samborski [100] [103]
80Bernhard Scholz [11] [22] [23] [24] [25] [32] [58]
81Clovis Seragiotto Jr. [33] [44] [50] [74] [93] [96]
82Sameer Shende [34]
83Mumtaz Siddiqui [75] [79] [80] [85] [91] [98] [104] [114] [118] [124]
84Luís Silva [86]
85Allan Snavely [86]
86K. Sowa-Pieklo [35] [36] [37]
87Xian-He Sun [17] [19] [20] [24]
88Mike Surridge [123] [133]
89Johannes Testori [63] [68]
90Ioan Toma [80]
91Jesper Larsson Träff [26] [27] [29]
92Hong Linh Truong [34] [40] [45] [48] [57] [59] [64] [67] [70] [74] [78] [81] [85] [87] [92] [95] [100] [103] [105] [109] [112] [117] [143]
93Christoph Überhuber [62]
94Salvatore Venticinque [41] [47]
95Umberto Villano [49]
96Alex Villazón [65] [75] [79] [85] [90] [98] [104] [118] [124]
97E. Rowland Watkins [133]
98Marek Wieczorek [69] [77] [85] [90] [98] [107] [125] [129] [139]
99Roland Wismüller [37]
100Muhammad Murtaza Yousaf [99]
101Zhaohua Zhan [20]
102Hans P. Zima [1] [2] [3]

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