IEEE Transactions on Computers
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From the September 2017 issue
Extending Unix Pipelines to DAGs
By Diomidis Spinellis and Marios Fragkoulis
The Unix shell dgsh provides an expressive way to construct sophisticated and efficient non-linear pipelines. Such pipelines can use standard Unix tools, as well as third-party and custom-built components. Dgsh allows the specification of pipelines that perform non-uniform non-linear processing. These form a directed acyclic process graph, which is typically executed by multiple processor cores, thus increasing the processing task’s throughput. A number of existing Unix tools have been adapted to take advantage of the new shell’s multiple pipe input/output capabilities. The shell supports visualization of the process graphs, which can also aid debugging. Dgsh was evaluated through a number of common data processing and domain-specific examples, and was found to offer an expressive way to specify processing topologies, while also generally increasing processing throughput.
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Editor's pick of the year 2016 (4 selected papers, each one free-to-download for three months in 2017)
- (January-March 2017) - Memory Bandwidth Management for Efficient Performance Isolation in Multi-Core Platforms, by Heechul Yun, Gang Yao, Rodolfo Pellizzoni, Marco Caccamo, and Lui Sha (IEEE Transactions on Computers, Volume: 65, Issue: 2, February 2016, pages 562-576, DOI: 10.1109/TC.2015.2425889).
- (April-June 2017) - Conﬁgurable XOR Hash Functions for Banked Scratchpad Memories in GPUs, by Gert-Jan van den Braak, Juan Gomez-Luna, Jose Marıa Gonzalez-Linares, Henk Corporaal, and Nicolas Guil (IEEE Transactions on Computers, Volume: 65, Issue: 7, July 2016, pages 2045-2058, DOI: 10.1109/TC.2015.2479595).
- (July-September 2017) - Optimised Multiplication Architectures for Accelerating Fully Homomorphic Encryption, by Xiaolin Cao, Ciara Moore, Maire O’Neill, Elizabeth O’Sullivan, and Neil Hanley (IEEE Transactions on Computers, Volume: 65, Issue: 9, September 2016, pages 2794-2806, DOI: 10.1109/TC.2015.2498606).
- (September-December 2017) - A New Design of In-Memory File System Based on File Virtual Address Framework by Edwin H.-M. Sha, Xianzhang Chen, Qingfeng Zhuge, Liang Shi, and Weiwen Jiang (IEEE Transactions on Computers, Volume: 65, Issue: 10, October 2016, pages 2959-2972, DOI: 10.1109/TC.2016.2516019).
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