PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Erez Petrank
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No of theses 21
Department Computer Science
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Korenberg)Friedman( Michal-Evgenia 2021 PhD Abstracts Concurrent Data-Structures for Non-Volatile Memory
Cohen Nachshon 2016 PhD Abstracts Memory Management: From Theory to Practice
Timnat Shahar 2015 PhD Abstracts Practical Parallel Data Structures
Braginsky Anastasia 2015 PhD Abstracts Multi-Threaded Coordination Methods for Constructing Non-Blocking Data Structures
Paz Harel 2006 PhD Abstracts Efficient Memory Management for Servers
Zuriel Yoav 2020 MSc Abstracts Efficient Lock-Free Durable Sets
Sela Gal 2020 MSc Abstracts BQ: A Lock-Free Queue with Batching
Elizarov Avner 2019 MSc Abstracts LOFT: Lock-Free Transactional Data Structures
Moscovici Nurit 2018 MSc Abstracts A GPU-Friendly Skiplist Algorithm
Sheffi Gal 2017 MSc Abstracts A Scalable Linearizable Multi-Index Table
Eran Haggai 2012 MSc Abstracts A Study of Data Structures with a Deep Heap Shape
Barabash Katherine 2011 MSc Abstracts Scalable Garbage Collection on Highly Parallel Platforms
Bendersky Anna 2011 MSc Abstracts On the Limits of Partial Compaction
Kermany Haim 2008 MSc Abstracts The Compressor: Concurrent, Incremental, and Parallel Compaction
Fireman Liza 2006 MSc Abstracts The Complexity of SIMD Alignment
Buchbinder Niv 2004 MSc Abstracts Lower and Upper Bounds on Obtaining History Independence
Azatchi Hezi 2003 MSc Abstracts Integrating Generations with Advanced Reference Counting Collectors
Cohen Tzafrir 2003 MSc Abstracts Responsive Round Complexity and Concurrent Zero-Knowledge
Szarfman Dafna 2003 MSc Abstracts Reducing Cache Conflicts via Garbage Collection
Gavish Yael 2003 MSc Abstracts Cache-Conscious Garbage Collection for Servers
Levanoni Yosseff 2001 MSc On-The-Fly Garbage Collection via Sliding Views