José Duato spends much of his time researching Distributed computing, Computer network, Static routing, Multipath routing and Dynamic Source Routing. His Distributed computing research integrates issues from Routing, Network topology, Geographic routing and Adaptive routing. His work focuses on many connections between Computer network and other disciplines, such as Control reconfiguration, that overlap with his field of interest in Packet injection, Dynamic network analysis and Network interface controller.
His research in Static routing intersects with topics in Routing table and Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing. His study in Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Deterministic routing and Topology. His study looks at the intersection of Dynamic Source Routing and topics like Link-state routing protocol with Algorithm.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Distributed computing, Computer network, Interconnection, Network topology and Static routing. He has included themes like Routing, Routing table, Routing protocol and Geographic routing in his Distributed computing study. In his study, Server, Directory and Reliability is strongly linked to Scalability, which falls under the umbrella field of Computer network.
His Interconnection research focuses on subjects like Adaptive routing, which are linked to Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Local area network and Topology in addition to Network topology. His Static routing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Link-state routing protocol, Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing and Dynamic Source Routing.
José Duato focuses on Computer network, Distributed computing, Network topology, Interconnection and Parallel computing. His Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Network performance and Link-state routing protocol, Static routing, Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing, Adaptive routing. His Network topology research incorporates themes from Latency, Routing and Deterministic routing.
His Interconnection course of study focuses on Logical topology and Fault tolerance. His studies deal with areas such as Algorithm design, Bottleneck and Compiler as well as Parallel computing. The various areas that José Duato examines in his Policy-based routing study include Routing table and Geographic routing.
His primary scientific interests are in Distributed computing, Interconnection, Operating system, Parallel computing and Network topology. His Distributed computing research integrates issues from Link-state routing protocol, Static routing, Routing domain, Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing and Computer network. His Static routing study incorporates themes from Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol and Dynamic Source Routing.
His work in the fields of Blocking overlaps with other areas such as Head-of-line blocking. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Network performance under Interconnection, and may sometimes address concerns connected to InfiniBand. His Network topology research includes themes of Artificial neural network and Topology.
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Jose Duato;Sudhakar Yalamanchili;Lionel Ni.
Interconnection Networks: An Engineering Approach
Jose Duato;Sudhakar Yalamanchili;Lionel Ming-Shuan Ni.
Interconnection Networks: An Engineering Approach (1997)
A new theory of deadlock-free adaptive routing in wormhole networks
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1993)
Interconnection Networks: An Engineering Approach
Jose Duato;Sudhakar Yalamanchili;Ni Lionel.
Interconnection Networks: An Engineering Approach (second edition) (1997)
A necessary and sufficient condition for deadlock-free adaptive routing in wormhole networks
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1995)
rCUDA: Reducing the number of GPU-based accelerators in high performance clusters
Jose Duato;Antonio J. Pena;Federico Silla;Rafael Mayo.
international conference on high performance computing and simulation (2010)
Increasing the effectiveness of directory caches by deactivating coherence for private memory blocks
Blas A. Cuesta;Alberto Ros;María E. Gómez;Antonio Robles.
international symposium on computer architecture (2011)
A necessary and sufficient condition for deadlock-free routing in cut-through and store-and-forward networks
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1996)
Deterministic versus Adaptive Routing in Fat-Trees
C. Gomez;F. Gilabert;M.E. Gomez;P. Lopez.
international parallel and distributed processing symposium (2007)
A theory of fault-tolerant routing in wormhole networks
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1997)
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