2010 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2000 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the development of computer systems dealing with the efficient manipulation and processing of information.
1998 - ACM Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award For his contributions to Computer Science Education through his books and mentoring of students.
1996 - ACM Fellow For superb research contributions in the areas of databases, multimedia systems and concurrency control, outstanding contribution to Computer Science education and outstanding service to the ACM community.
Abraham Silberschatz integrates Database and Serialization in his studies. Abraham Silberschatz integrates Serialization with Database in his study. He combines topics linked to Relational model with his work on Information retrieval. Relational model and Null (SQL) are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. In his articles, Abraham Silberschatz combines various disciplines, including Null (SQL) and Relational database. He regularly links together related areas like Information retrieval in his Relational database studies. Abraham Silberschatz performs multidisciplinary study in Programming language and Theoretical computer science in his work. Borrowing concepts from Theory of computation, he weaves in ideas under Theoretical computer science. As part of his studies on Theory of computation, Abraham Silberschatz frequently links adjacent subjects like Programming language.
His Operating system study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Compiler, Concurrency and Distributed database. He integrates several fields in his works, including Distributed database and Database transaction. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Database transaction and Rollback. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Distributed computing and Parallel computing research. Abraham Silberschatz performs integrative Parallel computing and Distributed computing research in his work. Programming language and Software engineering are two areas of study in which Abraham Silberschatz engages in interdisciplinary research. While working on this project, he studies both Software engineering and Programming language. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Database and Relational database in his work. His studies link Shortest path problem with Theoretical computer science.
His Artificial intelligence study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Class (philosophy) and Selection (genetic algorithm). Many of his studies on Class (philosophy) apply to Artificial intelligence as well. Abraham Silberschatz links adjacent fields of study such as Selection (genetic algorithm) and Stability (learning theory) in the subject of Machine learning. His Programming language study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Overhead (engineering). Abraham Silberschatz regularly links together related areas like Programming language in his Overhead (engineering) studies. His study connects Code (set theory) and Set (abstract data type). His Set (abstract data type) research extends to Code (set theory), which is thematically connected. In his research, Abraham Silberschatz undertakes multidisciplinary study on Distributed computing and Concurrency. Abraham Silberschatz connects Concurrency with Operating system in his research.
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Cyclic association rules
B. Ozden;S. Ramaswamy;A. Silberschatz.
international conference on data engineering (1998)
Disk scheduling with quality of service guarantees
J. Bruno;J. Brustoloni;E. Gabber;B. Ozden.
international conference on multimedia computing and systems (1999)
A transaction model for multidatabase systems
S. Mehrotra;R. Rastogi;A. Silberschatz;H.F. Korth.
international conference on distributed computing systems (1992)
On the Discovery of Interesting Patterns in Association Rules
Sridhar Ramaswamy;Sameer Mahajan;Abraham Silberschatz.
very large data bases (1998)
System and method for restoring a distributed checkpointed database
Philip L. Bohannon;James Allen Parker;Rajeev Rastogi;Abraham Silberschatz.
Efficiently monitoring bandwidth and latency in IP networks
Y. Breitbart;Chee-Yong Chan;M. Garofalakis;R. Rastogi.
international conference on computer communications (2001)
Buffer replacement algorithms for multimedia storage systems
B. Ozden;R. Rastogi;A. Silberschatz.
international conference on multimedia computing and systems (1996)
The eclipse operating system: providing quality of service via reservation domains
John Bruno;Eran Gabber;Banu Özden;Abraham Silberschatz.
usenix annual technical conference (1998)
Real-time event processing system for telecommunications and other applications
Gerald D. Baulier;Stephen M. Blott;Benson L. Branch;Thomas M. Cliff.
Multimedia on-demand server
Alexandros Biliris;Banu Ozden;Rajeev Rastogi;Abraham Silberschatz.
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