Patricia Gilfeather

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In this paper, we present a new, conceptual model that captures the benefits of protocol offload in the context of high performance computing systems. In contrast to the LAWS model, the extensible message-oriented offload model (EMO) emphasizes communication in terms of messages rather than flows. In contrast to the LogP model, EMO emphasizes the(More)
TCP is an important protocol in high-performance computing. It is used extensively in graphics programs and file systems and it is often the protocol used for the cluster control mechanism. As the breadth of applications increases, the need for a scalable and efficient implementation of TCP becomes more important. In addition to other bottlenecks that must(More)
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