Distributed computing, Asynchronous communication, Parallel computing, Protocol and Algorithm are her primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Scalability, Network dynamics, Leverage, Brooks–Iyengar algorithm and Computer network in addition to Distributed computing. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Scalability, Wide area network are connected with Virtual synchrony and Reliability and other disciplines.
Her Computer network study incorporates themes from Bottleneck and System on a chip. Her research in Asynchronous communication intersects with topics in Block, Theoretical computer science and Crash. Her studies deal with areas such as Node, Upper and lower bounds and Partition as well as Algorithm.
Idit Keidar mainly investigates Distributed computing, Computer network, Scalability, Theoretical computer science and Asynchronous communication. Her Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless mesh network, Column and Server. Her Computer network research includes themes of Denial-of-service attack and The Internet.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Java and Concurrent data structure, Data structure. As a part of the same scientific study, Idit Keidar usually deals with the Theoretical computer science, concentrating on Correctness and frequently concerns with Object. Her work in Asynchronous communication tackles topics such as Liveness which are related to areas like Paxos.
Her primary scientific interests are in Scalability, Distributed computing, Key, Correctness and Asynchronous communication. Database and Operating system are the main areas of her Scalability studies. Her studies in Operating system integrate themes in fields like Transaction processing and Service.
Idit Keidar combines subjects such as Consistency and Control reconfiguration with her study of Distributed computing. Her work deals with themes such as Parallelism, Semantics and Theoretical computer science, which intersect with Correctness. She interconnects Adversary, Word and Arithmetic in the investigation of issues within Asynchronous communication.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Distributed computing, Scalability, Key, Theoretical computer science and Concurrency. Her research integrates issues of Consistency, Object, Control reconfiguration and Asynchronous communication in her study of Distributed computing. Her Scalability research integrates issues from Java, Semantics, Data structure and Memory management.
Her research in Semantics tackles topics such as Synchronization which are related to areas like Correctness. The various areas that Idit Keidar examines in her Theoretical computer science study include Nearest neighbor search, Locality-sensitive hashing, Cosine similarity and Extension. Her research on Liveness also deals with topics like
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Group communication specifications: a comprehensive study
Gregory V. Chockler;Idit Keidar;Roman Vitenberg.
ACM Computing Surveys (2001)
Trusting the cloud
Christian Cachin;Idit Keidar;Alexander Shraer.
Sigact News (2009)
Byzantine disk paxos: optimal resilience with byzantine shared memory
Ittai Abraham;Gregory V. Chockler;Idit Keidar;Dahlia Malkhi.
Distributed Computing (2006)
NoC-Based FPGA: Architecture and Routing
R. Gindin;I. Cidon;I. Keidar.
networks on chips (2007)
Do not crawl in the DUST: Different URLs with similar text
Ziv Bar-Yossef;Idit Keidar;Uri Schonfeld.
ACM Transactions on The Web (2009)
On the cost of fault-tolerant consensus when there are no faults: preliminary version
Idit Keidar;Sergio Rajsbaum.
Sigact News (2001)
Venus: verification for untrusted cloud storage
Alexander Shraer;Christian Cachin;Asaf Cidon;Idit Keidar.
cloud computing security workshop (2010)
GPUfs: integrating a file system with GPUs
Mark Silberstein;Bryan Ford;Idit Keidar;Emmett Witchel.
architectural support for programming languages and operating systems (2013)
Brahms: Byzantine resilient random membership sampling
Edward Bortnikov;Maxim Gurevich;Idit Keidar;Gabriel Kliot.
Computer Networks (2009)
Many-Core vs. Many-Thread Machines: Stay Away From the Valley
Z. Guz;E. Bolotin;I. Keidar;A. Kolodny.
IEEE Computer Architecture Letters (2009)
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