Publications are texts and documents I have written over the years that are not blog posts. Typically they were part of some university course work or job.
- Notes on Systems Programming 1 (German, Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3, Lecture 4). In 2021, I taught a class on systems programming in C. For my students I created slides that emphasize the importance of proper error handling and easy to understand code.
ulo-storage: Indexing and Querying Organizational Data in Mathematical Libraries. Organizational knowledge extracted from existing formal libraries has the potential to be usable in the design of a universal search engine for mathematical research.
ulo-storageis a suggested architecture for collecting such organizational knowledge and making it available for querying.
Notes on Systems Programming 2 (German, Lecture 1, Lecture 2). In 2020, I taught a class on systems programming in C. I created two sets of slides that emphasize the importance of proper error handling (tricky in C) and how to avoid heap allocations by using
- Discrete Alternatives to the Sines. This work focuses on one tidbit Donald Knuth mentions in his discussion of n-tuples, namely the theory of Rademacher and Walsh functions. They are similar to the well-known sines and can be used in some of the same applications.
- Design and Implementation of an Editor for Creating and Simulating Heterogeneous Systems. During work on system on a chip designs, different CPU and GPU simulators are used. This thesis develops a framework for design and evaluation of SoCs that combines different existing simulators into one package.
- Design Challenges of Scalable Operating Systems for Many-Core Architectures. Presented in this paper are three design challenges for operating systems on many-core architectures: Locks which do not scale, poor locality offered when sharing cores between applications and OS and a potential future with no more cache coherent shared memory.