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Travelled to:
1 × Italy
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
A.Nicolau U.Banerjee C.D.Polychronopoulos C.Cascaval A.V.Veidenbaum S.Kulkarni K.Ramasamy G.Li S.Gupta N.Dutt R.Gupta R.Cammarota D.Donato M.Madhugiri X.Tian M.Girkar W.Li S.Kozhukhov
Talks about:
partit (3) algorithm (2) parallel (2) program (2) analysi (2) thread (2) space (2) iter (2) spectroscopi (1) watermark (1)

Person: Arun Kejariwal

DBLP DBLP: Kejariwal:Arun

Contributed to:

VLDB 20152015
CC 20132013
PPoPP 20092009
PPoPP 20082008
PPoPP 20072007
PPoPP 20052005
DAC 20042004

Wrote 8 papers:

VLDB-2015-KejariwalKR #algorithm #realtime
Real Time Analytics: Algorithms and Systems (AK, SK, KR), pp. 2040–2051.
CC-2013-CammarotaNVKDM #on the #optimisation
On the Determination of Inlining Vectors for Program Optimization (RC, AN, AVV, AK, DD, MM), pp. 164–183.
PPoPP-2009-KejariwalC #analysis #concurrent #parallel #source code #thread
Parallelization spectroscopy: analysis of thread-level parallelism in hpc programs (AK, CC), pp. 293–294.
PPoPP-2009-NicolauLK #performance
Techniques for efficient placement of synchronization primitives (AN, GL, AK), pp. 199–208.
PPoPP-2008-KejariwalNBVP #clustering
Cache-aware iteration space partitioning (AK, AN, UB, AVV, CDP), pp. 269–270.
PPoPP-2007-KejariwalTGLKBNVP #analysis #concurrent #cpu #performance #specification #thread #using
Tight analysis of the performance potential of thread speculation using spec CPU 2006 (AK, XT, MG, WL, SK, UB, AN, AVV, CDP), pp. 215–225.
PPoPP-2005-KejariwalNBP #approach #clustering #novel
A novel approach for partitioning iteration spaces with variable densities (AK, AN, UB, CDP), pp. 120–131.
DAC-2004-KejariwalGNDG #algorithm #clustering #energy #mobile
Proxy-based task partitioning of watermarking algorithms for reducing energy consumption in mobile devices (AK, SG, AN, ND, RG), pp. 556–561.

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