2011 - ACM Senior Member
Luís Rodrigues focuses on Distributed computing, Computer network, Scalability, Replication and Fault tolerance. Particularly relevant to Protocol Independent Multicast is his body of work in Distributed computing. His studies in Scalability integrate themes in fields like Quality of service, Flooding and Intelligent Network.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Distributed algorithm, Complex system, Isolation and Java applet in addition to Replication. His Fault tolerance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Algorithm, Real-time computing, Clock synchronization and Broadcasting. He has researched Inter-domain in several fields, including Reliable multicast and Pragmatic General Multicast.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Distributed computing, Computer network, Protocol, Replication and Fault tolerance. The various areas that Luís Rodrigues examines in his Distributed computing study include Consistency, Scalability, Atomic broadcast and Adaptation. Luís Rodrigues has included themes like Overlay network and Wireless ad hoc network in his Computer network study.
His Replication study combines topics in areas such as Middleware, Overhead, Transaction processing and Software transactional memory. Luís Rodrigues interconnects Algorithm and Dependability in the investigation of issues within Fault tolerance. His work carried out in the field of Mobile ad hoc network brings together such families of science as Ad hoc wireless distribution service and Optimized Link State Routing Protocol.
His primary scientific interests are in Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Computer network, Concurrency and Geo-replication. In his research, Luís Rodrigues performs multidisciplinary study on Distributed computing and Causal consistency. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quality of service, Bandwidth allocation, Provisioning and Community network.
His Computer network research incorporates themes from Overlay, Overlay network, The Internet and Leverage. His work deals with themes such as Real-time computing, Production and Debugging, which intersect with Concurrency. His research integrates issues of Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution, Atomic broadcast, Protocol, Completeness and Evolutionary game theory in his study of Service.
Luís Rodrigues mainly focuses on Distributed computing, Concurrency, Scalability, Cloud computing and Causal consistency. His work on Byzantine consensus as part of general Distributed computing study is frequently connected to Byzantine architecture, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Concurrency course of study focuses on Debugging and Event, Parallel computing, Schedule, Symbolic execution and Thread.
His Scalability study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Load balancing, Data placement, Data structure and Network congestion. His Cloud computing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Provisioning, Key and Transient. Luís Rodrigues combines subjects such as Replication, Service, Set, Atomic broadcast and Fault tolerance with his study of Serialization.
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Distributed Systems for System Architects
Paulo Verissimo;Luis Rodrigues.
Introduction to Reliable Distributed Programming
Rachid Guerraoui;Luís Rodrigues.
Appia, a flexible protocol kernel supporting multiple coordinated channels
H. Miranda;A. Pinto;L. Rodrigues.
international conference on distributed computing systems (2001)
D2STM: Dependable Distributed Software Transactional Memory
Maria Couceiro;Paolo Romano;Nuno Carvalho;Luís Rodrigues.
pacific rim international symposium on dependable computing (2009)
ChainReaction: a causal+ consistent datastore based on chain replication
Sérgio Almeida;João Leitão;Luís Rodrigues.
european conference on computer systems (2013)
Fault-tolerant broadcasts in CAN
J. Rufino;P. Verissimo;G. Arroz;C. Almeida.
ieee international symposium on fault tolerant computing (1998)
CesiumSpray>: a Precise and Accurate Global Time Servicefor Large-scale Systems
Paulo Veríssimo;Luís Rodrigues;Antonio Casimiro.
Real-time Systems (1997)
The Delta-4 extra performance architecture (XPA)
P.A. Barret;A.M. Hilborne;P.G. Bond;D.T. Seaton.
ieee international symposium on fault tolerant computing (1990)
Friends and foes: preventing selfishness in open mobile ad hoc networks
H. Miranda;L. Rodrigues.
international conference on distributed computing systems workshops (2003)
HyParView: A Membership Protocol for Reliable Gossip-Based Broadcast
J. Leitao;J. Pereira;L. Rodrigues.
dependable systems and networks (2007)
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