Parallel computing, Computer architecture, Electronic circuit, Compiler and Reconfigurable computing are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Programming language, Computation, Scheduling and High-level programming language in his Parallel computing study. His Computer architecture study deals with Field-programmable gate array intersecting with Forward compatibility.
His studies deal with areas such as CMOS, Nanoelectronics and Integrated circuit as well as Electronic circuit. The Compiler study combines topics in areas such as Data flow diagram and Dataflow. Seth Copen Goldstein usually deals with Implementation and limits it to topics linked to Myrinet and Embedded system.
Parallel computing, Embedded system, Compiler, Robot and Self-reconfiguring modular robot are his primary areas of study. In the field of Parallel computing, his study on Dataflow overlaps with subjects such as Allocator. In the subject of general Embedded system, his work in Reconfigurable computing and Field-programmable gate array is often linked to PipeRench, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His research investigates the connection between Compiler and topics such as Abstract machine that intersect with issues in Scheduling. His Robot study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Computational science and Modular design. His study in Self-reconfiguring modular robot is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Robot kinematics and Distributed computing.
Seth Copen Goldstein spends much of his time researching Self-reconfiguring modular robot, Distributed algorithm, Programming language, Robot and Embedded system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Programmable matter, Spatial computing and Component. His Distributed algorithm study is concerned with the field of Distributed computing as a whole.
His Robot research incorporates elements of Computer architecture and Human–computer interaction. His Embedded system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Logical topology and Time Protocol. His Parallel computing research extends to the thematically linked field of Programming paradigm.
Seth Copen Goldstein mainly investigates Robot, Mobility management, Embedded intelligence, Systems engineering and Embedded system. His study in Robot is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computer architecture, Asynchronous communication, Human–computer interaction and Modular design. His Mobility management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Control, Software, Microelectromechanical systems and Engineering design process.
His study connects Wireless sensor network and Embedded intelligence. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Embedded system and Control reconfiguration in his work. His work in Energy consumption addresses issues such as Distributed algorithm, which are connected to fields such as Rendering, Simulation, Computational science, Self-reconfiguring modular robot and Hexagonal lattice.
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Active messages: a mechanism for integrated communication and computation
Thorsten von Eicken;David E. Culler;Seth Copen Goldstein;Klaus Erik Schauser.
international symposium on computer architecture (1992)
Magnetic Resonant Coupling As a Potential Means for Wireless Power Transfer to Multiple Small Receivers
B.L. Cannon;J.F. Hoburg;D.D. Stancil;S.C. Goldstein.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2009)
Parallel programming in Split-C
A. Krishnamurthy;D. E. Culler;A. Dusseau;S. C. Goldstein.
conference on high performance computing (supercomputing) (1993)
PipeRench: a reconfigurable architecture and compiler
S.C. Goldstein;H. Schmit;M. Budiu;S. Cadambi.
IEEE Computer (2000)
PipeRench: a co/processor for streaming multimedia acceleration
Seth Copen Goldstein;Herman Schmit;Matthew Moe;Mihai Budiu.
international symposium on computer architecture (1999)
NanoFabrics: spatial computing using molecular electronics
Seth Copen Goldstein;Mihai Budiu.
international symposium on computer architecture (2001)
S.C. Goldstein;J.D. Campbell;T.C. Mowry.
IEEE Computer (2005)
Molecular electronics: from devices and interconnect to circuits and architecture
M.R. Stan;P.D. Franzon;S.C. Goldstein;J.C. Lach.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2003)
TAM—a compiler controlled threaded abstract machine
David E. Culler;Seth Copen Goldstein;Klaus Erik Schauser;Thorsten von Eicken.
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (1993)
Noninvasive evaluation of left ventricular performance based on peak aortic blood acceleration measured with a continuous-wave Doppler velocity meter
H. N. Sabbah;Fareed Khaja;J. F. Brymer;T. M. Mcfarland.
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