Slides for my talk about hyperproprties and abstraction in concurrent objects, given at FRIDA 2022.
“Blunting an Adversary Against Randomized Concurrent Programs with Linearizable Implementations”, with Constantin Enea and Jennifer Welch (see https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.15554) is now published online.
Here are my slides (with the trademarked figure!).
The paper “Blunting an Adversary Against Randomized Concurrent Programs with Linearizable Implementations”, also with Constantin Enea and Jennifer Welch (see https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.15554) was accepted to PODC 2022.
The paper “Impossibility of Strongly-Linearizable Message-Passing Objects via Simulation by Single-Writer Registers”, with Constantin Enea and Jennifer Welch appeared in DISC 2021 (see https://arxiv.org/abs/2105.06614). DISC pre-recorded talk
Our paper “Separating lock-freedom from wait-freedom at every level of the consensus hierarchy” (previously published in PODC 2018) appeared in Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing. link open link for 50 days
Our paper “Store-collect in the presence of continuous churn with application to snapshots and lattice agreement” is published in the Information&Computation special issue of SSS 2020. permanent link author’s link
New paper evaluating the use of Optane Data Center Persistent Memory Module (DCPMM) for scientific computing on high-performance machines has been accepted to Fault Tolerance for HPC at eXtreme Scale (FTXS 2021).
The paper was featured in HPCWire.
My keynote at SRDS 2021 on “Preserving hyperproperties when using concurrent objects” is on Youtube.
Ask Me Anything in EuroSys 2021, on Wednesday, April 28, at 14:30 BST. Youtube video