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An emerging consensus among policy makers is that interventions undertaken by Internet Service Providers are the best way to counter the rising incidence of malware. However, assessing the suitability of countermeasures at this scale is hard. In this paper, we use an agent-based model, called ASIM, to investigate the impact of policy interventions at the(More)
—There are few studies that look closely at how the topology of the Internet evolves over time; most focus on snapshots taken at a particular point in time. In this paper, we investigate the evolution of the topology of the Autonomous Systems graph of the Internet, examining how eight commonly-used topological measures change from January 2002 to January(More)
Malware spread among websites and between websites and clients is an increasing problem. Search engines play an important role in directing users to websites and are a natural control point for intervening using mechanisms such as blacklisting. The paper presents a simple Markov model of malware spread through large populations of websites and studies the(More)
We introduce a task-parallel algorithm for sparse incomplete Cholesky factorization that utilizes a 2D sparse partitioned-block layout of a matrix. Our factorization algorithm follows the idea of algorithms-by-blocks by using the block layout. The algorithm-by-blocks approach induces a task graph for the factorization. These tasks are interrelated to each(More)
Disruptive changes to computer architecture are paving the way toward extreme scale computing. The co-design strategy of collaborative research and development among computer architects, system software designers, and application teams can help to ensure that applications not only cope but thrive with these changes. In this paper, we present a novel(More)
This paper describes improvements in task scheduling for the Chapel parallel programming language provided in its default on-node tasking runtime, the Qthreads library. We describe a new scheduler distrib which builds on the approaches of two previous Qthreads schedulers, Sherwood and Nemesis, and combines the best aspects of both --work stealing and load(More)
Preface The Computer Science department at the University of New Mexico is an ABET-accredited program offering Bachelor of Science (BS), Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees. The department was founded in 1979 and currently has 17 faculty members, 1 lecturers, 2 post-doctoral researchers, 120 graduate students, and 116 undergraduate(More)
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