Dmitry Zinoviev

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| This work is a part of a project to design a petaaops-scale computer using a Hybrid Technology Multi-Threaded (HTMT) architecture. In the core of the superconductor part of the HTMT system there should be a high-bandwidth low-latency RSFQ switching cryonetwork (CNET) connecting 4,096 computing modules with each other and with room-temperature(More)
Discrete event simulation specification (DEVS) is a formalism designed to describe both discrete state and continuous state systems. It is a powerful abstract mathematical notation. However, until recently it lacked proper graphical representation , which made computer simulation of DEVS models a challenging issue. Unified modeling language (UML) is a(More)
One major function of social networks (e.g., massive online social networks) is the dissemination of information such as scientific knowledge, news, and rumors. Information can be propagated by the users of the network via natural connections in written, oral or electronic form. The information passing from a sender to a receiver intrinsi-cally involves(More)
|This paper describes the results of a preliminary analysis of ultra-fast low-power superconduc-tor digital switches based on Rapid Single-Flux-Quantum (RSFQ) technology. In particular, RSFQ-based crossbar , Batcher-banyan, and shared bus switching cores have been considered, and the possible parameters of these circuits have been estimated. The results(More)
One major function of social networks (e.g., massive online social networks) is the dissemination of information such as scientific knowledge, news, and rumors. Information can be propagated by the users of the network via natural connections in written, oral or electronic form. The information passing from a sender to a receiver intrinsically involves both(More)
|We present the results of the feasibility study of ultra-fast low-power superconductor digital switches based on Rapid Single-Flux-Quantum (RSFQ) technology. We have considered RSFQ-based crossbar, Batcher-banyan, and shared bus switching fabrics, and the complexity and performance parameters of these circuits have been estimated. The results show that the(More)
|An integrated multipurpose setup for the automated testing of superconductor devices and circuits has been designed, implemented, and installed in the RSFQ Laboratory of the State University of New York at Stony Brook. The extendable and modular design of the setup allows a wide variety of low-frequency superconductor experiments to be carried out(More)