PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Shlomo Moran
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No of theses 19
Department Computer Science
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Gronau Ilan 2009 PhD Abstracts Reconstructing Phylogenetic Trees from Noisy Metrics
Lempel Ronny 2003 PhD Abstracts Link Structure Analysis and Query Result Caching in Web Search Engines
Eilam Tamar 2000 PhD Cost versus Quality: Tradeoffs in Communication Networks
Dolev Shlomo 1992 PhD Self Stabilization of Dynamic Systems
Biran Ofer 1991 PhD Distributed Tasks in the Presence of Fail-Stop Failures
Wolfstahl Yaron 1989 PhD Algorithms for Graph Embedding and Covering
Taubenfeld Gadi 1988 PhD An Axiomatic Approach for Proving Impossibility Results in
Rappoport Lihu 1997 PhD Lock-Free Implementations in the Asynchronous Shared-Memory Model
Zarivach Igor 2018 MSc Abstracts The Cruncher: A solver for Large-Scale MIP Problems
Damti Yanir 2017 MSc Abstracts Adaptive Methods for Computing and Comparing Evolutionary Distances
Yogev Sivan 2006 MSc Abstracts Evaluation of Scoring Functions for Protein Multiple Sequence Alignment using Structural Alignments
Balter Dorit 2004 MSc Abstracts Medical Records Confidentiality Problem
Snir Sagi 1998 MSc A Simple and Efficient Method for Network Decomposition And Synchronization
Brit Hagit 1994 MSc Public Data Structures and Public Counters as a Special Case
Lubitch Ronit 1993 MSc Closed Schedvlers: Motivation Construction and Application
Navony Nechama 1993 MSc A Verge and Randomized Complexity of Distributed Problems
Yadin Irit 1992 MSc The Distributet Counter Problem
Rinoenau Yael 1991 MSc An Efficient Algorithm for Maximum Dyramis Flow Problem
Dolev Shlomo 1990 MSc Self Stabilization of Dynamic Systems Assuming Only Read/