I’ve listed a few of the team’s more popular papers below, along with a link to Google to help find an electronic version. For a (mostly) complete list, please see my Google Scholar page or my full CV.
- P. Carns, W. Ligon, R. Ross, and R. Thakur. PVFS: A parallel file system for Linux clusters. Proceedings of the 4th USENIX Atlanta Linux Showcase and Conference. Atlanta, GA. October, 2000.
This paper is the best reference for PVFS, even though it discusses the prior architecture; there is no good reference for PVFS2.
- J. Li, W. Liao, A. Choudhary, R. Ross, R. Thakur, W. Gropp, R. Latham, A. Siegel, B. Gallagher, and M. Zingale. Parallel netCDF: A high-performance scientific I/O interface. Proceedings of ACM/IEEE Supercomputing. Phoenix, AZ. November, 2003.
This paper introduces Parallel netCDF.
- P. Carns, R. Latham, R. Ross, K. Iskra, S. Lang, and K. Riley. 24/7 characterization of petascale I/O workloads. Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Interfaces and Abstractions for Scientific Data Storage (IASDS). New Orleans, LA. September, 2009.
This paper introduces Darshan and describes its internals.
- T. Peterka, D. Goodell, R. Ross, H. Shen, and R. Thakur. A configurable algorithm for parallel image-compositing applications. Proceedings of IEEE/ACM Supercomputing. Portland, OR. November, 2009.
This paper is perhaps the best reference for the Radix-K compositing algorithm.