Itthichok Jangjaimon

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Cloud computing users are most concerned about the application turnaround time and the monetary cost involved. For lower monetary costs, less expensive services, like spot instances offered by Amazon, are often made available, albeit to their relatively frequent resource unavailability that leads to on-going execution being evicted, thereby undercutting(More)
Checkpointing has been widely adopted in support of fault-tolerance and job migration, with checkpoint files preferably kept also at remote storage to withstand unavailability/failures of local nodes in networked systems. Lately, I/O bandwidth to remote storage becomes the bottleneck for checkpointing on a large-scale system. This paper proposes an adaptive(More)
Multithreaded applications are common in high performance cloud computing systems, able to take advantage of elastic resource availability and cost fluctuation inherent to the systems. When applications involve many threads over more cores leased from the RaaS (Resource-as-a-Service) cloud under spot instance pricing for faster execution, resource(More)
The discovery and management of energy resources, especially at locations in the Gulf of Mexico, requires an economic but technically enhanced infrastructure. Research teams from Louisiana State University, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and Southern University Baton Rouge are engaged in a collaborative effort to create a ubiquitous computing and(More)
Sand monitoring gives the benefits of avoiding equipment erosion and production failure in the oil industry. This paper presents the design and implementation of a reliable and cost-effective sand monitoring system for measuring sand production in gas and oil flows in real time. The designed monitoring system involves two acoustic emission (AE) sensors and(More)
In this paper, we consider the content distribution problem over wireless mesh networks, which are characterized by the broadcast nature of the medium and significant data redundancy. One potential solution is network coding [6, 7], which has been recently been receiving interest [1–5] within the wireless community. This paper describes an efficient(More)
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