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Millennium sort: a cluster-based application for windows NT using DCOM, river primitives and the virtual interface architecture
We present the design and results of Millennium Sort, a distributed sorting application built using three layers of technology: extensible River System primitives, the Virtual Interface Architecture
Performance / Price Sort and PennySort
TLDR
This paper documents this and proposes that the PennySort benchmark be revised to Performance/Price sort: a simple GB/$ sort metric based on a two-pass external sort.
Performance / Price Soft and PennySort
TLDR
This paper proposes that the PennySort benchmark be revised to Performance/Price sort: a simple GB/ sort metric based on a two-pass external sort.
Performance / Price Sort
TLDR
This paper documents this and proposes that the PennySort benchmark be revised to Performance/Price sort: a simple GB/$ sort metric based on a two-pass external sort.
Big Storage: Make or Buy?
Your local CompUSA is happy to sell you a 200-gigabyte ATA drive for $300, which comes to about $1,500 per terabyte. Go online and save even more - $1,281 for 1 terabyte of drive space (using, say,
When Bad People Happen to Good Games
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No matter how good games get at so-called artificial intelligence, humans will always make more interesting teammates or opponents, and this is the real attraction of online games.
NTCluster DataPump , Rivers , and Sorting
We report on the design, implementation, and performance of three distributed systems running on a cluster of WindowsNT nodes: DataPump, RiverSystem and NTClusterSort. The DataPump is a simple data
A Bigot by Any Other Name...
I’ve been responsible for hiring many software engineers. I tend to ask lots of elaborate technical questions so I can really get to know how the candidate thinks and works with me while solving hard