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Travelled to:
1 × Portugal
1 × USA
Collaborated with:
E.Ayguadé J.Labarta D.Carrera J.Guitart J.L.Berral R.Gavaldà J.Alonso M.Valero R.Hernandez C.Cugnasco Y.Becerra M.Steinder I.Whalley D.García R.Nou F.Julià K.Hogan J.Caubet
Talks about:
applic (3) dynam (3) use (3) framework (2) analysi (2) center (2) manag (2) web (2) unimodular (1) differenti (1)

Person: Jordi Torres

DBLP DBLP: Torres:Jordi

Contributed to:

PDP 20152015
SAC 20132013
HPDC 20082008
PDP 20072007
PDP 20052005
PDP 19961996

Wrote 8 papers:

PDP-2015-HernandezCBTA #case study #experience #simulation #using
Experiences of Using Cassandra for Molecular Dynamics Simulations (RH, CC, YB, JT, EA), pp. 288–295.
SAC-2013-BerralGT #automation #machine learning
Empowering automatic data-center management with machine learning (JLB, RG, JT), pp. 170–172.
HPDC-2008-CarreraSWTA #using
Managing SLAs of heterogeneous workloads using dynamic application placement (DC, MS, IW, JT, EA), pp. 217–218.
PDP-2007-AlonsoGT #concurrent #e-commerce #quality #scheduling #thread
Differentiated Quality of Service for e-Commerce Applications through Connection Scheduling based on System-Level Thread Priorities (JA, JG, JT), pp. 72–76.
PDP-2007-NouJCHCLT #analysis #framework #grid #middleware #monitoring
Monitoring and Analysis Framework for Grid Middleware (RN, FJ, DC, KH, JC, JL, JT), pp. 129–133.
WAS Control Center: An Autonomic Performance-Triggered Tracing Environment for WebSphere (DC, DG, JT, EA, JL), pp. 26–32.
PDP-2005-GuitartCTAL #analysis #using #web
Tuning Dynamic Web Applications using Fine-Grain Analysis (JG, DC, JT, EA, JL), pp. 84–91.
PDP-1996-TorresALV #framework #parallel
Loop Parallelization: Revisiting Framework of Unimodular Transformations (JT, EA, JL, MV), pp. 420–428.

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