Helen (Eleni) Karatza
Helen (Eleni) Karatza
Professor Emeritus, Department of Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
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Evaluation of gang scheduling performance and cost in a cloud computing system
IA Moschakis, HD Karatza
The Journal of Supercomputing 59 (2), 975-992, 2012
1442012
Performance evaluation of cloud-based log file analysis with Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark
I Mavridis, H Karatza
Journal of Systems and Software 125, 133-151, 2017
1312017
Performance and energy aware cluster-level scheduling of compute-intensive jobs with unknown service times
S Zikos, HD Karatza
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 19 (1), 239-250, 2011
912011
Scheduling multiple task graphs in heterogeneous distributed real-time systems by exploiting schedule holes with bin packing techniques
GL Stavrinides, HD Karatza
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 19 (1), 540-552, 2011
692011
Performance and cost evaluation of Gang Scheduling in a Cloud Computing system with job migrations and starvation handling
IA Moschakis, HD Karatza
2011 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 418-423, 2011
662011
Multi-criteria scheduling of Bag-of-Tasks applications on heterogeneous interlinked clouds with simulated annealing
IA Moschakis, HD Karatza
Journal of Systems and Software 101, 1-14, 2015
632015
Scheduling real-time DAGs in heterogeneous clusters by combining imprecise computations and bin packing techniques for the exploitation of schedule holes
GL Stavrinides, HD Karatza
Future Generation Computer Systems 28 (7), 977-988, 2012
572012
Scheduling multiple task graphs with end-to-end deadlines in distributed real-time systems utilizing imprecise computations
GL Stavrinides, HD Karatza
Journal of Systems and Software 83 (6), 1004-1014, 2010
572010
Job scheduling in heterogeneous distributed systems
HD Karatza
Journal of Systems and Software 56 (3), 203-212, 2001
502001
Scheduling gangs in a distributed system
HD Karatza
International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science Technology 7 (1), 15-22, 2006
492006
A cost-effective and qos-aware approach to scheduling real-time workflow applications in paas and saas clouds
GL Stavrinides, HD Karatza
2015 3rd International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud …, 2015
482015
Multi-criteria job scheduling in grid using an accelerated genetic algorithm
KZ Gkoutioudi, HD Karatza
Journal of Grid Computing 10 (2), 311-323, 2012
472012
A meta-heuristic optimization approach to the scheduling of bag-of-tasks applications on heterogeneous clouds with multi-level arrivals and critical jobs
IA Moschakis, HD Karatza
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 57, 1-25, 2015
462015
Job scheduling in a distributed system using backfilling with inaccurate runtime computations
S Dimitriadou, H Karatza
2010 International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive …, 2010
452010
Resource allocation strategies in a 2-level hierarchical grid system
S Zikos, HD Karatza
41st Annual Simulation Symposium (anss-41 2008), 157-164, 2008
442008
A hybrid approach to scheduling real-time IoT workflows in fog and cloud environments
GL Stavrinides, HD Karatza
Multimedia Tools and Applications 78 (17), 24639-24655, 2019
422019
An ontology-based collaborative service-oriented simulation framework with Microsoft Robotics Studio®
WT Tsai, X Sun, Q Huang, H Karatza
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 16 (9), 1392-1414, 2008
402008
Towards scheduling for Internet‐of‐Things applications on clouds: a simulated annealing approach
IA Moschakis, HD Karatza
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 27 (8), 1886-1899, 2015
382015
Gang scheduling in multi-core clusters implementing migrations
ZC Papazachos, HD Karatza
Future Generation Computer Systems 27 (8), 1153-1165, 2011
382011
Load sharing in heterogeneous distributed systems
HD Karatza, RC Hilzer
Simulation Conference, 2002. Proceedings of the Winter 1, 489-496 vol. 1, 2002
382002
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