Arvind (computer Scientist) - Published Works

Published Works

Along with Dr. R. S. Nikhil, Arvind published the book Implicit parallel programming in pH in 2001. "pH" is a programming language based on Haskell with special support for parallel processing.

Among the most significant and/or recent articles he authored or co-authored that have been published:

  • James Hoe and Arvind, “Operation-Centric Hardware Descriptions and Synthesis”, IEEE TCAD, September 2004
  • Hari Balakrishnan, Srinivas Devadas, Doug Ehlert and Arvind, “Rate Guarantees and Overload Protection in Input-Queued Switches”, IEEE Infocom, March 2004.
  • Dan Rosenband and Arvind, “Modular Scheduling of Guarded Atomic Actions”, DAC41, June 2004
  • Arvind, R.S. Nikhil, Daniel Rosenband and Nirav Dave, “High-level synthesis: An Essential Ingredient for Designing Complex ASICs”, ICCAD’04, November 2004

Arvind has also served on the editorial board of several journals including the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, and the Journal of Functional Programming.

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