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Howard Jay Siegel (Selection)

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136Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLNicholas Giolmas, Daniel W. Watson, David M. Chelberg, Peter V. Henstock, June-Ho Yi, Howard Jay Siegel: Aspects of computational mode and data distribution for parallel range image segmentation. Parallel Computing 25(5): 499-523 (1999)
126Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLBrent R. Carter, Daniel W. Watson, Richard F. Freund, Elaine G. Keith, Francesca Mirabile, Howard Jay Siegel: Generational Scheduling for Dynamic Task Management in Heterogenous Computing Systems. Inf. Sci. 106(3-4): 219-236 (1998)
112Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLYan Alexander Li, John K. Antonio, Howard Jay Siegel, Min Tan, Daniel W. Watson: Determining the Execution Time Distribution for a Data Parallel Program in a Heterogeneous Computing Environment. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 44(1): 35-52 (1997)
92Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLDaniel W. Watson, Howard Jay Siegel, John K. Antonio, Mark A. Nichols, Mikhail J. Atallah: A Block-Based Mode Selection Model for SIMD/SPMD Parallel Environments. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 21(3): 271-288 (1994)
79no EE pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLNicholas Giolmas, Daniel W. Watson, David M. Chelberg, Howard Jay Siegel: A Parallel Approach to Hybrid Range Image Segmentation. IPPS 1992: 334-342
78Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLHoward Jay Siegel, James B. Armstrong, Daniel W. Watson: Mapping Computer-Vision-Related Tasks onto Reconfigurable Parallel-Processing Systems. IEEE Computer 25(2): 54-63 (1992)

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