Thomas Sødring

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As part of the celebration of twenty-five years of ACM SIGIR conferences we performed a content analysis of all papers published in the proceedings of SIGIR conferences, including those from 2002. From this we determined, using information retrieval approaches of course, which topics had come and gone over the last two and a half decades, and which topics(More)
Molecular biologists study the biochemical function, chemical structure and evolutionary history of genes and proteins from all types of organisms, from human beings to fruit flies and yeast [8, 3]. While molecular biologists still spend much of their time in wet labs, they nowadays often spend equally as much time in front of computers. Information has(More)
As the end of Moores-law is on the horizon, power becomes a limiting factor to continuous increases in performance gains for single-core processors. Processor engineers have shifted to the multicore paradigm and many-core processors are a reality. Within the context of these multi-core chips, three key metrics point themselves out as being of major(More)
Overlapping Reconfiguration is currently the most efficient method to reconfigure an interconnection network, but is only valid for systems that apply distributed routing. This paper proposes a solution which enables utilization of Overlapping Reconfiguration in a source routed environment. We demonstrate how a synchronized injection of tokens has a(More)
Maintaining high system utilisation is a key factor for data centres. However, strictly partitioning the datacentre resources to fully isolate the concurrent applications (contention freedom) leads to poor system utilisation because of fragmentation. We present an allocation algorithm for fat-trees (which are commonly found in large-scale data centres)(More)