His main research concerns Operating system, File system, Self-certifying File System, Database and Computer file. His Operating system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Kernel and Component. His Scalability research extends to the thematically linked field of File system.
The concepts of his Self-certifying File System study are interwoven with issues in Versioning file system and Embedded system. His Database research integrates issues from Key, Set and Interfacing. Erez Zadok usually deals with Stub file and limits it to topics linked to Device file and Layer.
His primary areas of study are Operating system, File system, Embedded system, Self-certifying File System and Computer file. Versioning file system, Virtual file system, Device file, Stub file and Scalability are the core of his Operating system study. His research on File system also deals with topics like
His studies deal with areas such as Software, Debugging, Profiling and Reliability engineering as well as Embedded system. His research brings together the fields of File system fragmentation and Self-certifying File System. His Computer file and Unix file types and File Control Block investigations all form part of his Computer file research activities.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Operating system, Computer data storage, File system, Cloud computing and Data mining. Operating system is a component of his POSIX, Torrent file, Everything is a file, Device file and Self-certifying File System studies. As a member of one scientific family, Erez Zadok mostly works in the field of Computer data storage, focusing on Workload and, on occasion, Variation, Reliability engineering, Stack and Quality of service.
His File system study combines topics in areas such as Data deduplication and Stub file, Unix file types, File system fragmentation. His Data deduplication research focuses on Hash function and how it connects with Overhead and Metadata. His Cloud computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Telecommunications, Scalability and Benchmark, Parallel computing.
Erez Zadok focuses on Operating system, File system, Benchmarking, Metadata and Database. Erez Zadok conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Operating system and Context through his research. His research integrates issues of Unix file types, Overhead, Interface, Instruction prefetch and Hash function in his study of File system.
His Benchmarking research covers fields of interest such as Variation, Workload, Reliability engineering, Stack and Quality of service. His Metadata research incorporates themes from Scalability, Cloud storage, Cloud computing and High availability, Computer network.
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Toward cost-sensitive modeling for intrusion detection and response
Wenke Lee;Wei Fan;Matthew Miller;Salvatore J. Stolfo.
Journal of Computer Security (2002)
A nine year study of file system and storage benchmarking
Avishay Traeger;Erez Zadok;Nikolai Joukov;Charles P. Wright.
ACM Transactions on Storage (2008)
System and methods for detection of new malicious executables
Matthew G. Schultz;Eleazar Eskin;Erez Zadok;Manasi Bhattacharyya.
FiST: a language for stackable file systems
Erez Zadok;Jason Nieh.
usenix annual technical conference (2000)
Cryptfs: A Stackable Vnode Level Encryption File System
Ion Badulescu;Alex Shender;Erez Zadok.
NCryptfs: A Secure and Convenient Cryptographic File System
Charles P. Wright;Michael C. Martino;Erez Zadok.
usenix annual technical conference (2003)
A versatile and user-oriented versioning file system
Kiran-Kumar Muniswamy-Reddy;Charles P. Wright;Andrew Himmer;Erez Zadok.
file and storage technologies (2004)
Stackable file systems and methods thereof
Erez Zadok;Charles Wright;Akshat Aranya;Abhijith Das.
Don't thrash: how to cache your hash on flash
Michael A. Bender;Martin Farach-Colton;Rob Johnson;Bradley C. Kuszmaul.
usenix conference on hot topics in storage and file systems (2011)
Ensuring data integrity in storage: techniques and applications
Gopalan Sivathanu;Charles P. Wright;Erez Zadok.
workshop on storage security and survivability (2005)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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