1998 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Jaswinder Pal Singh focuses on Parallel computing, Multiprocessing, Parallel rendering, Distributed computing and Information retrieval. His Concurrent computing study in the realm of Parallel computing connects with subjects such as Barnes–Hut simulation. His Multiprocessing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computer architecture, Latency, Access time and Shared memory.
In his research on the topic of Distributed computing, Supercomputer and Distributed memory is strongly related with CPU cache. His TreadMarks research incorporates themes from Resource allocation, Memory coherence, MESIF protocol and MSI protocol. His studies deal with areas such as MESI protocol, Working set and Data science as well as Application software.
His primary scientific interests are in Distributed computing, Parallel computing, Shared memory, Distributed shared memory and Address space. His work deals with themes such as Scalability, CPU cache, Application software, Event and Programming paradigm, which intersect with Distributed computing. Jaswinder Pal Singh has included themes like Programming complexity and Working set in his CPU cache study.
His work on Distributed memory as part of his general Shared memory study is frequently connected to Network interface and Cache coherence, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. In his works, Jaswinder Pal Singh performs multidisciplinary study on Cache coherence and Data science. His Address space research focuses on Cache and how it relates to Memory architecture.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Scalability, Software engineering, Association, Traditional medicine and Acoustics. His Scalability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Distributed computing, Video tracking, Tracking system, Real-time computing and Smart camera. In general Distributed computing, his work in Peer-to-peer is often linked to Hash table linking many areas of study.
The various areas that Jaswinder Pal Singh examines in his Software engineering study include Quality, Software, Social software engineering and Model-driven architecture. The Traditional medicine study combines topics in areas such as Medical prescription and Adverse effect. His study in the field of Quality and Sound is also linked to topics like Speech recognition, Time domain waveforms and Spectrogram.
His primary scientific interests are in Cross-sectional study, Tracking system, Smart camera, Video tracking and Scalability. Throughout his Cross-sectional study studies, Jaswinder Pal Singh incorporates elements of other sciences such as Prevalence, Age of onset, Demography, Rural area and Young adult. His study in Tracking system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Message passing, Object detection, Real-time computing, Communications protocol and Robustness.
Jaswinder Pal Singh interconnects Synchronization, Message Passing Interface and Fault tolerance in the investigation of issues within Smart camera. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Video tracking and Camera auto-calibration.
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The SPLASH-2 programs: characterization and methodological considerations
Steven Cameron Woo;Moriyoshi Ohara;Evan Torrie;Jaswinder Pal Singh.
international symposium on computer architecture (1995)
Parallel Computer Architecture: A Hardware/Software Approach
David E. Culler;Anoop Gupta;Jaswinder Pal Singh.
SPLASH: Stanford parallel applications for shared-memory
Jaswinder Pal Singh;Wolf-Dietrich Weber;Anoop Gupta.
ACM Sigarch Computer Architecture News (1992)
Scope Consistency: A Bridge between Release Consistency and Entry Consistency
Liviu Iftode;Jaswinder Pal Singh;Kai Li.
Theory of Computing Systems / Mathematical Systems Theory (1998)
Method and apparatus for focused crawling
Dongming Jiang;Arvind Krishnamurthy;Jaswinder Pal Singh;Randolph Wang.
Load balancing and data locality in adaptive hierarchical N -body methods: Barnes-Hut, fast multipole, and radiosity
Jaswinder Pal Singh;Chris Holt;Takashi Totsuka;Anoop Gupta.
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (1995)
Building and using a scalable display wall system
K. Li;H. Chen;Y. Chen;D.W. Clark.
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (2000)
Method and apparatus for searching network resources
Jaswinder Pal Singh;Randolph Wang.
Computing and using reputations for internet ratings
Mao Chen;Jaswinder Pal Singh.
electronic commerce (2001)
Hybrid sort-first and sort-last parallel rendering with a cluster of PCs
Rudrajit Samanta;Thomas Funkhouser;Kai Li;Jaswinder Pal Singh.
international conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques (2000)
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