2009 - ACM Fellow For contributions to distributed and parallel computing.
Her work on Organic chemistry as part of general Bioreactor study is frequently linked to Waste management, Chromatography and Pulp and paper industry, bridging the gap between disciplines. She combines topics linked to Bioreactor with her work on Organic chemistry. In most of her Discrete mathematics studies, her work intersects topics such as Disjoint sets and Binary logarithm. Her work often combines Binary logarithm and Algorithm studies. She merges many fields, such as Algorithm and Implementation, in her writings. Hagit Attiya carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Implementation and Programming language. Hagit Attiya combines Programming language and Theoretical computer science in her research. She combines Theoretical computer science and Discrete mathematics in her research. She is involved in relevant fields of research such as Interval (graph theory) and Disjoint sets in the domain of Combinatorics.
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Distributed Computing: Fundamentals, Simulations and Advanced Topics
Jennifer L. Welch;Hagit Attiya.
Sharing memory robustly in message-passing systems
Hagit Attiya;Amotz Bar-Noy;Danny Dolev.
Journal of the ACM (1995)
Atomic snapshots of shared memory
Yehuda Afek;Hagit Attiya;Danny Dolev;Eli Gafni.
Journal of the ACM (1993)
Renaming in an asynchronous environment
Hagit Attiya;Amotz Bar-Noy;Danny Dolev;David Peleg.
Journal of the ACM (1990)
Sequential consistency versus linearizability
Hagit Attiya;Jennifer L. Welch.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (1994)
Computing on an anonymous ring
Hagit Attiya;Marc Snir;Manfred K. Warmuth.
Journal of the ACM (1988)
Atomic Snapshots in O ( n log n ) Operations
Hagit Attiya;Ophir Rachman.
SIAM Journal on Computing (1998)
Are wait-free algorithms fast?
Hagit Attiya;Nancy Lynch;Nir Shavit.
Journal of the ACM (1994)
Bounds on the time to reach agreement in the presence of timing uncertainty
Hagit Attiya;Cynthia Dwork;Nancy Lynch;Larry Stockmeyer.
Journal of the ACM (1994)
Laws of order: expensive synchronization in concurrent algorithms cannot be eliminated
Hagit Attiya;Rachid Guerraoui;Danny Hendler;Petr Kuznetsov.
symposium on principles of programming languages (2011)
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