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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × Denmark
1 × Spain
6 × USA
Collaborated with:
M.Englert B.Vöcking A.Adamaszek A.Czumaj M.Westermann S.Fischer M.T.Hajiaghayi J.H.Kim T.Leighton Y.Azar E.Cohen A.Fiat H.Kaplan M.Adler N.Sivadasan C.Sohler H.Esfandiari M.Hajiaghayi M.R.Khani V.Liaghat H.Mahini
Talks about:
buffer (4) reorder (3) optim (3) schedul (2) random (2) oblivi (2) onlin (2) graph (2) rout (2) equilibria (1)

Person: Harald Räcke

DBLP DBLP: R=auml=cke:Harald

Contributed to:

ICALP (1) 20142014
STOC 20122012
STOC 20112011
STOC 20082008
STOC 20072007
STOC 20062006
STOC 20052005
STOC 20032003
ICALP 20022002

Wrote 9 papers:

ICALP-v1-2014-EsfandiariHKLMR #online #order #probability #scheduling
Online Stochastic Reordering Buffer Scheduling (HE, MH, MRK, VL, HM, HR), pp. 465–476.
STOC-2012-AdamaszekCER #online #scheduling
Optimal online buffer scheduling for block devices (AA, AC, ME, HR), pp. 589–598.
STOC-2011-AdamaszekCER #bound #order
Almost tight bounds for reordering buffer management (AA, AC, ME, HR), pp. 607–616.
STOC-2008-Racke #network
Optimal hierarchical decompositions for congestion minimization in networks (HR), pp. 255–264.
STOC-2007-EnglertRW #metric #order
Reordering buffers for general metric spaces (ME, HR, MW), pp. 556–564.
STOC-2006-FischerRV #adaptation #convergence #performance
Fast convergence to Wardrop equilibria by adaptive sampling methods (SF, HR, BV), pp. 653–662.
STOC-2005-HajiaghayiKLR #graph #random
Oblivious routing in directed graphs with random demands (MTH, JHK, TL, HR), pp. 193–201.
STOC-2003-AzarCFKR #polynomial
Optimal oblivious routing in polynomial time (YA, EC, AF, HK, HR), pp. 383–388.
ICALP-2002-AdlerRSSV #graph #random
Randomized Pursuit-Evasion in Graphs (MA, HR, NS, CS, BV), pp. 901–912.

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