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SACT Seminar: Scheduling problems in synchronous data flow programming

Time: 1:00pm Tuesday, 19th April 2016.

Location: SIT 459

Speaker: Julian Mestre, University of Sydney

Title: Scheduling problems in synchronous data flow programming

Abstract:
We study a scheduling problem arising in the execution of synchronous data flow programs. We propose three objective functions capturing the memory usage of a program under different memory management schemes. We show that two of these objectives can be optimized in polynomially time, while the third one is NP-hard.

This is joint work with M. Jones and B. Scholz.

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Discussion

4 thoughts on “SACT Seminar: Scheduling problems in synchronous data flow programming

  1. Is this seminar open to the public?

    Posted by some505 | April 13, 2016, 10:36 am
    • Yes, the seminar is open to the public.

      Posted by sruemmele | April 13, 2016, 11:57 am
      • Thank you for the quick response. I think I looked for SIT 459 one time, but it seemed to be in a secure section of the building (needing a card). Should I co-ordinate with someone as I approach?

        Posted by some505 | April 29, 2016, 3:05 pm
    • Most seminar participants will enter through this secured glass door. If you wait in the common area in front of the door someone should be able to let you in. Alternatively, you can call either me (Stefan Rümmele), Joachim Gudmundsson, or Julian Mestre on the house phone. If you know in advance that you will attend, you can also contact me by mail .rummele@sydney.edu.au.

      Posted by sruemmele | April 29, 2016, 3:23 pm

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