1994 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His primary scientific interests are in Parallel computing, Database, Theoretical computer science, Materialized view and Deductive database. His work deals with themes such as Hash function, Hash table and Computer architecture, which intersect with Parallel computing. He interconnects Computer data storage, Data reduction and Multiple view in the investigation of issues within Database.
His Theoretical computer science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computation, Search engine indexing and Ternary search tree. His Deductive database research incorporates elements of Class, Well-founded semantics, Semantics and Stable model semantics. His Game semantics and Axiomatic semantics study in the realm of Semantics connects with subjects such as Rule Interchange Format and Meaning.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Database, Parallel computing, Theoretical computer science, Cache and Data mining. His Database research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Indirection and Computer architecture. In his study, Locality is strongly linked to Hash function, which falls under the umbrella field of Parallel computing.
His work carried out in the field of Theoretical computer science brings together such families of science as Relational database and Set. His study in Cache concentrates on CPU cache, Cache algorithms, Cache pollution and Page cache. His studies deal with areas such as SQL and Database administrator as well as Materialized view.
His main research concerns Parallel computing, Database, SIMD, Locality and Cache. Kenneth A. Ross has included themes like Hash function and String searching algorithm in his Parallel computing study. As part of his studies on Database, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Computer architecture.
His SIMD research includes elements of Xeon Phi, Massively parallel, Lossless compression, Degree of parallelism and DEFLATE. His Locality research includes themes of Theoretical computer science, Tuple, Schedule and Hash join, Join. His primary area of study in Cache is in the field of CPU cache.
Kenneth A. Ross mainly focuses on Parallel computing, SIMD, Database, Tuple and Joins. His research ties Computer architecture and Parallel computing together. His work in SIMD tackles topics such as Sorting which are related to areas like Xeon Phi, Memory hierarchy and Hash function.
His research integrates issues of Software and Instruction set in his study of Database. His Tuple study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control flow, Set, Data structure and Bloom filter. His studies in Joins integrate themes in fields like Hash table, Algorithm design, Vectorization and Join.
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The well-founded semantics for general logic programs
Allen Van Gelder;Kenneth A. Ross;John S. Schlipf.
Journal of the ACM (1991)
Filtering algorithms and implementation for very fast publish/subscribe systems
Françoise Fabret;H. Arno Jacobsen;François Llirbat;Joăo Pereira.
international conference on management of data (2001)
Making B+- trees cache conscious in main memory
Jun Rao;Kenneth A. Ross.
international conference on management of data (2000)
Unfounded sets and well-founded semantics for general logic programs
Allen Van Gelder;Kenneth Ross;John S. Schlipf.
symposium on principles of database systems (1988)
Cache Conscious Indexing for Decision-Support in Main Memory
Jun Rao;Kenneth A. Ross.
very large data bases (1999)
Fast Computation of Sparse Datacubes
Kenneth A. Ross;Divesh Srivastava.
very large data bases (1997)
The New Jersey Data Reduction Report.
Daniel Barbará;William DuMouchel;Christos Faloutsos;Peter J. Haas.
IEEE Data(base) Engineering Bulletin (1997)
Materialized view maintenance and integrity constraint checking: trading space for time
Kenneth A. Ross;Divesh Srivastava;S. Sudarshan.
international conference on management of data (1996)
Implementing database operations using SIMD instructions
Jingren Zhou;Kenneth A. Ross.
international conference on management of data (2002)
Rethinking SIMD Vectorization for In-Memory Databases
Orestis Polychroniou;Arun Raghavan;Kenneth A. Ross.
international conference on management of data (2015)
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