Auction-based Resource Management in Computer Architecture

ABSTRACT Resource management systems rely on a centralized approach to manage applications running on each resource. The centralized resource management system is not efficient and scalable for large-scale servers as the number of applications running on shared resources is increasing dramatically and the centralized manager may not have enough information about applications’ need. This work […]

CAGE: Contention-Aware Game-theoretic modEl

Abstract Traditional resource management systems rely on a centralized approach to manage users running on each resource. The centralized resource management system is not scalable for large-scale servers as the number of users running on shared resources is increasing dramatically and the centralized manager may not have enough information about applications’ need. In this paper […]

EECS PSU

Farshid Farhat @ EECS PSU PhD Candidate School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science The Pennsylvania State University Address: 310 IST Building, University Park, PA, 16802. Email: fuf111 AT psu DOT edu Web: Farshid Farhat ‘s Site@PSU About Me I am a member of Intelligent Information Systems (IIS) research lab at Penn State. I am working with Prof. […]

Penn State

Farshid Farhat @ Penn State PhD Candidate School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science The Pennsylvania State University Address: 310 IST Building, University Park, PA, 16802. Email: fuf111 AT psu DOT edu Web: Farshid Farhat ‘s Site@PSU About Me I am a member of Intelligent Information Systems (IIS) research lab at Penn State. I am working with Prof. […]

Optimal Placement in Network On-Chip

Abstract: Parallel programming is emerging fast and intensive applications need more resources, so there is a huge demand for on-chip multiprocessors. Accessing L1 caches beside the cores are the fastest after registers but the size of private caches cannot increase because of design, cost and technology limits. Then split I-cache and D-cache are used with […]

Towards Stochastically Optimizing Data Computing Flows

Abstract: With rapid growth in the amount of unstructured data produced by memory-intensive applications, large scale data analytics has recently attracted increasing interest. Processing, managing and analyzing this huge amount of data poses several challenges in cloud and data center computing domain. Especially, conventional frameworks for distributed data analytics are based on the assumption of […]

About

I am a member of Intelligent Information Systems (IIS) research lab at Penn State. I am working with Prof. James Wang (adviser) and Prof. Jesse Barlow (co-adviser), also collaborating with Prof. Zihan Zhou. My research interests lie in the area of computer vision and big visual data computing. More specifically, I am interested in image aesthetics using […]