PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Dr. Hadas Shachnai
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No of theses 20
Department Computer Science
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Voloshin Ariella 2017 PhD Abstracts Flexible Resource Allocation for Network Problems
Tamir Gal 2016 PhD Abstracts Algorithms for Combinatorial Reoptimization
Zehavi Meirav 2015 PhD Abstracts Algorithms for Parameterized Graph Problems with Applications to Biological Network Queries
Albagli-Kim Sivan 2016 PhD Abstracts Flexible Resource Allocation for Networks and Clouds
Tamir Tamar 2001 PhD Abstracts Class-Constrained Resource Allocation Problems
Salman Ravit 1999 MSc The Sum Multi-Coloring Problem
Levy Rina 2017 MSc Abstracts Fast Distributed Approximation for Max-Cut
Mordechai Yael 2016 MSc Abstracts Optimization and Reoptimization in Scheduling Problems
Ben Bassat Ran 2015 MSc Abstracts Parameterized Automata Constructions and Their Applications
Wajc David 2014 MSc Abstracts Parameterizing P: Proximity to Easy Variants
Kulik Ariel 2011 MSc Abstracts Submodular and Linear Maximization with Knapsack Constraints
Elazar Raviv 2010 MSc Abstracts Algorithms for Two-Tier Scalable Data Upload
Yehezkely Omer 2007 MSc Abstracts Approximation Schemes for Packing with Item Fragmentation
Shapira Irina 2001 MSc Scheduling Splitting Intervals
Gaysinsky Alexander 2001 MSc Caching Integrated with Pipelined Prefetching
Katz Yoav 2001 MSc Scheduling with Batching and Incompatible Job Families
Almog Eli 2001 MSc Scheduling Accesses to Shared Memory by a Bus Arbiter: The k-client Problem Revisited
Dozorets Igor 2000 MSc Computer-Based Model for Speaker Recognition by a Human Listener
Yaniv Mira 1998 MSc Dynamic Schemes for Specualtive Code Execution
Glasgow Jason 1994 MSc Scheduling Parallelizable