Computer Laboratory

Erdős Number

I have an Erdős number of 4, from the following publications:

  1. I authored with Antonio González (and Jaume Abella, Michael F. P. O'Boyle)
    Software Directed Issue Queue Power Reduction
    International Conference on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA), 2005

  2. Antonio González authored with Osman S. Unsal (and Oğuz Ergin, Xavier Vera)
    Empowering a helper cluster through data-width aware instruction selection policies
    International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS), 2006

  3. Osman S. Unsal authored with Israel Koren (and C. Mani Krishna)
    Power-Aware Replication of Data Structures in Distributed Embedded Real-Time Systems
    Parallel and Distributed Processing, 2000

  4. Israel Koren authored with Paul Erdős (and Shlomo Moran, Gabriel M. Silberman, Shmuel Zaks)
    Minimum-Diameter Cyclic Arrangements in Mapping Data-Flow Graphs onto VLSI Arrays
    Mathematical Systems Theory, 1988

I also have a dubious Dijkstra number of 4, from the following publications:

  1. I authored with Michael F. P. O'Boyle (and Jaume Abella, Antonio González)
    Software Directed Issue Queue Power Reduction
    International Conference on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA), 2005

  2. Michael F. P. O'Boyle authored with Rizos Sakellariou (and Bas Aarts, Michel Barreteau, François Bodin, Peter Brinkhaus, Zbigniew Chamski, Henri-Pierre Charles, Christine Eisenbeis, John R. Gurd, Jan Hoogerbrugge, Ping Hu, William Jalby, Peter M. W. Knijnenburg, Erven Rohou, Henk Schepers, André Seznec, Elena Stöhr, Marco Verhoeven, Harry A. G. Wijshoff)
    OCEANS: Optimizing Compilers for Embedded Applications
    Euro-Par Parallel Processing, 1997

  3. Rizos Sakellariou authored with John R. Rice
    POEMS: End-to-End Performance Design of Large Parallel Adaptive Computational Systems
    IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 26(11), 2000

  4. John R. Rice authored with Edsger W. Dijkstra
    Letters to the editor: The go to statement reconsidered
    Communications of the ACM, 11(8), 1968

Dubious because the final link is stretching the definition of a publication. These all come from the excellent CSAuthors website which provides easy navigation between authors of computer science publications. Thanks to Chris Emery for pointing me at this (and for letting me know my Erdős number is smaller than I thought)! I'm just here on it.