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Tyler Crain

PhD Student ASAP Reseach Group
IRISA / INRIA Rennes
Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu
35043 RENNES, FRANCE
tyler.crain@irisa.fr

Shot Biography

I received a bachelors of science in computer science in 2007 and masters of science in computer science in 2009 from the University of California Santa Barbara. During my studies as a masters student I worked in the area of theory and wrote a thesis on Antipodal Gray Codes. I am currently a PhD student working under the direction of Michel Raynal at INRIA Rennes where I joined the ASAP team in 2010. The project I am working under is the Transform: Theoretical Foundations of Transactional Memory funded by the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission. Currently my research focuses on the design of Software Transactional Memory (STM) and concurrent data structure algorithms.

Selected Publications

Conferences

    Tyler Crain, Vincent Gramoli, Michel Raynal: Brief announcement: A Contention-Friendly, Non-Blocking Skip List. DISC 2012
    Tyler Crain, Eleni Kanellou, Michel Raynal: STM Systems: Enforcing Strong Isolation between Transactions and Non-transactional Code. ICA3PP (1) 2012: 317-331
    Tyler Crain, Damien Imbs, Michel Raynal: Towards a Universal Construction for Transaction-Based Multiprocess Programs. ICDCN 2012: 61-75
    Tyler Crain, Vincent Gramoli, Michel Raynal: A speculation-friendly binary search tree. PPOPP 2012: 161-170
    Tyler Crain, Damien Imbs, Michel Raynal: Read Invisibility, Virtual World Consistency and Probabilistic Permissiveness are Compatible. ICA3PP (1) 2011: 244-257
    Tyler Crain, Damien Imbs, Michel Raynal: Brief announcement: read invisibility, virtual world consistency and permissiveness are compatible. SPAA 2011: 315-316
    Jonathan Ventura, Marcus Jang, Tyler Crain, Tobias Höllerer, Doug A. Bowman: Evaluating the effects of tracker reliability and field of view on a target following task in augmented reality. VRST 2009: 151-154

Publications list

Conferences: 5 Activity Reports: 6

Conferences


  • Tyler Crain, Vincent Gramoli, Michel Raynal. A speculation-friendly binary search tree. 17th ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming, PPOPP 2012, 2012, New Orleans, United States. 2012.

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