• Trustedpals

  • Referenced in 6 articles [sw09013]
  • fault-tolerance problem at the level of security modules. Since the critical part...
  • ReviveNet

  • Referenced in 0 articles [sw20998]
  • timing adaptation mechanism to tolerate aging-induced delay on critical paths. On the evaluation...
  • DAGMap

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw08443]
  • high resource utilization efficiency, while providing fault tolerance. Based on list scheduling and group scheduling ... dependency relationships and task upward priority; (2) Critical tasks are scheduled first...
  • JackHare

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw27956]
  • process the large-scale data is a critical issue in either the relational database system ... database. With the inherent scalability and fault tolerance of Hadoop, MapReduce is attractive to process...
  • WADE

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw08954]
  • this paper, we describe two mission critical applications currently deployed by Telecom Italia ... both in terms of administration and fault tolerance. In this paper in particular we focus...
  • EigenCFA

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw14136]
  • arithmetic, data-parallel computations with a poor tolerance for branching. Taking that perspective ... operations turned out to be the critical accelerants. Because control-flow graphs are sparse...
  • BicSPAM

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw29972]
  • using sequential patterns. Background: Biclustering is a critical task for biomedical applications. Order-preserving biclusters ... algorithms to perform flexible, exhaustive and noise-tolerant biclustering based on sequential patterns (BicSPAM). Strategies...
  • eigentools

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw39234]
  • with user-specifiable norms; tools to find critical parameters for linear stability analysis; ability ... ratios (both ordinal and nearest) to evaluate tolerance for eigenvalue rejection...
  • Drizzle

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw28750]
  • They are often used to run mission-critical applications, and must be available 24x7. Thus ... from the coordination interval used for fault tolerance and adaptability. Our experiments...
  • ATLAS

  • Referenced in 199 articles [sw00056]
  • This paper describes the Automatically Tuned Linear Algebra...
  • ACL2

  • Referenced in 291 articles [sw00060]
  • ACL2 is both a programming language in which...
  • CoCoA

  • Referenced in 659 articles [sw00143]
  • CoCoA is a system for Computations in Commutative...
  • Coq

  • Referenced in 1906 articles [sw00161]
  • Coq is a formal proof management system. It...
  • GAP

  • Referenced in 3221 articles [sw00320]
  • GAP is a system for computational discrete algebra...
  • LAPACK

  • Referenced in 1713 articles [sw00503]
  • LAPACK is written in Fortran 90 and provides...
  • Magma

  • Referenced in 3363 articles [sw00540]
  • Computer algebra system (CAS). Magma is a large...
  • Maple

  • Referenced in 5403 articles [sw00545]
  • The result of over 30 years of cutting...
  • Mathematica

  • Referenced in 6445 articles [sw00554]
  • Almost any workflow involves computing results, and that...
  • Matlab

  • Referenced in 13702 articles [sw00558]
  • MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive...
  • MPDATA

  • Referenced in 78 articles [sw00596]
  • MPDATA: A finite-difference solver for geophysical flows...