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- by appointment only
Shmuel Rotenstreich is an associate professor of computer science at The George Washington University. In the last several years his work was in the area of computational aspects of large organizations. This includes large P2P system, military systems and sensor systems. He also works on large scale emergency response and better discovery in resource poor organizations with possible substitutions.
Complex Organizational Systems; Middleware++; Distributed Policies and Rules Systems
1. H. Al-Jaber and S. Rotenstreich, Fault Tolerance of Message Delivery System , Parallel Architectures, ed. D. Tal, IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC, 1990.
2. H-A. Choi, B. Narahari, S. Rotenstreich, and A. Youssef, Scheduling on Parallel Processing Systems Using Parallel Primitives , Parallel Architectures, ed. D. Tal, IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC, 1990.
3. S. Rotenstreich, Reliability of Distributed Programs under Overloads , Journal of Systems and Software, pp 29-41, January 1989.