His primary scientific interests are in Distributed computing, Grid computing, Cloud computing, Virtualization and Utility computing. His study connects Scheduling and Distributed computing. His work deals with themes such as Supercomputer and Parallel computing, which intersect with Scheduling.
Dick Epema has researched Grid computing in several fields, including Resource allocation and Workflow. His Virtualization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as High availability, Services computing, Resource management and Computational science. Dick Epema combines subjects such as Social computing, Scalability and The Internet with his study of End-user computing.
Dick Epema mainly focuses on Distributed computing, Scheduling, Grid computing, BitTorrent and Computer network. His studies in Distributed computing integrate themes in fields like Scalability, Workload, Parallel computing, Dynamic priority scheduling and Cloud computing. His Scheduling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Queue, Supercomputer and Resource allocation.
His Grid computing research includes elements of Testbed, Semantic grid and Workflow. He works mostly in the field of BitTorrent, limiting it down to topics relating to Upload and, in certain cases, Computer security and Internet privacy. The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in File sharing and The Internet.
Distributed computing, Scheduling, Workflow, Cloud computing and Scalability are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dynamic priority scheduling, Graph, Server, Data analysis and Big data in addition to Distributed computing. His Scheduling study incorporates themes from Data modeling and Resource allocation.
His Workflow research integrates issues from Autoscaling and Workload. His Cloud computing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quality of service, Social gaming, Provisioning and Operations research. His Bandwidth research incorporates themes from Download and The Internet, BitTorrent, Peer-to-peer.
Dick Epema focuses on Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Scheduling, Workflow and Graph. Dick Epema specializes in Distributed computing, namely Symmetric multiprocessor system. His Cloud computing research includes themes of Social gaming and Data science.
His Scheduling study combines topics in areas such as Feedback loop, Resource allocation, Database and Data analysis. Dick Epema combines subjects such as Parallel computing, Autoscaling, Elasticity, Pairwise comparison and Provisioning with his study of Workflow. His study in Graph is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Algorithm design, Scalability and Load balancing.
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The bittorrent p2p file-sharing system: measurements and analysis
Johan Pouwelse;Paweł Garbacki;Dick Epema;Henk Sips.
international workshop on peer to peer systems (2005)
Performance Analysis of Cloud Computing Services for Many-Tasks Scientific Computing
A Iosup;S Ostermann;M N Yigitbasi;R Prodan.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2011)
Edge-centric Computing: Vision and Challenges
Pedro Garcia Lopez;Alberto Montresor;Dick Epema;Anwitaman Datta.
acm special interest group on data communication (2015)
A Performance Analysis of EC2 Cloud Computing Services for Scientific Computing
Simon Ostermann;Alexandria Iosup;Nezih Yigitbasi;Radu Prodan.
international conference on cloud computing (2009)
Deadline-constrained workflow scheduling algorithms for Infrastructure as a Service Clouds
Saeid Abrishami;Mahmoud Naghibzadeh;Dick H.J. Epema.
Future Generation Computer Systems (2013)
A worldwide flock of Condors: load sharing among workstation clusters
D. H. J. Epema;M. Livny;R. van Dantzig;X. Evers.
Future Generation Computer Systems (1996)
On the Performance Variability of Production Cloud Services
Alexandru Iosup;Nezih Yigitbasi;Dick Epema.
ieee acm international symposium cluster cloud and grid computing (2011)
The Grid Workloads Archive
Alexandru Iosup;Hui Li;Mathieu Jan;Shanny Anoep.
Future Generation Computer Systems (2008)
An experience report on using gamification in technical higher education
Alexandru Iosup;Dick Epema.
technical symposium on computer science education (2014)
Cost-Driven Scheduling of Grid Workflows Using Partial Critical Paths
S. Abrishami;M. Naghibzadeh;D. H. J. Epema.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2012)
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