Browse Dept. of Computer Science by Author "Rahman, Muntasir Raihan"

  • Rahman, Muntasir Raihan; Tseng, Lewis; Nguyen, Son; Gupta, Indranil; Vaidya, Nitin H. (2014)
    The CAP theorem is a fundamental result that applies to distributed storage systems. In this paper, we first present probabilistic models to characterize the three important elements of the CAP theorem: consistency (C), ...

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  • Rahman, Muntasir Raihan (2016-07-07)
    The trade-off between cost and performance is a fundamental challenge for modern cloud systems. This thesis explores cost-performance tradeoffs for three types of systems that permeate today's clouds, namely (1) storage, ...

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  • Liu, Si; Olveczky, Peter C.; Rahman, Muntasir Raihan; Ganhotra, Jatin; Gupta, Indranil; Meseguer, José (2016)
    To cope with ever-increasing data sets, distributed data stores partition their data across servers. However, real-world systems usually do not provide useful transactional semantics for operations accessing multiple ...

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  • Gupta, Indranil; Cho, Brian; Rahman, Muntasir Raihan; Chajed, Tej; Abad, Cristina L.; Roberts, Nathan; Lin, Philbert (2013-06-06)
    This paper presents Natjam, a system that supports arbitrary job priorities, hard real-time scheduling, and efficient preemption for Mapreduce clusters that are resource-constrained. Our contributions include: i) smart ...

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  • Rahman, Muntasir Raihan (2011-07-11)
    Cloud computing offers on-demand access to large-scale computing resources in a pay-as-you go manner. Market-based resource allocation mechanisms are gaining popularity among commercial cloud providers to deal with dynamically ...

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  • Amin, Md Tanvir Al; Li, Shen; Rahman, Muntasir Raihan; Seetharamu, Panindra Tumkur; Wang, Shiguang; Abdelzaher, Tarek F.; Gupta, Indranil; Srivatsa, Mudhakar; Ganti, Raghu K.; Ahmed, Reaz; Le, Hieu (2015-02-03)
    The increasing availability of smartphones, cameras, and wearables with instant data sharing capabilities, and the exploitation of social networks for information broadcast, heralds a future of real-time information overload. ...

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  • Rahman, Muntasir Raihan (2012-07-31)
    One of the most exciting developments in the theory of distributed computing in recent years has been the application of powerful concepts from topology to prove results about computability in resilient distributed ...

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