• The Dual Timestamping Methodology for Visualizing Distributed Applications 

      Topol, Brad Byer; Stasko, John T.; Sunderam, Vaidy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      This article motivates and describes the dual timestamping methodology, a novel monitoring technique whose goal is to provide first class support for the visualization and animation of distributed and parallel applications. ...
    • Integrating Visualization Support Into Distributed Systems 

      Topol, Brad Byer; Stasko, John T.; Sunderam, Vaidy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994)
      Visualization and animation tools may become extremely important aids in the understanding, verification, and performance tuning of parallel computations. Presently, however, the use of visualization has had only a ...
    • Monitoring and Visualization in Cluster Environments 

      Topol, Brad Byer; Stasko, John T.; Sunderam, Vaidy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996)
      Cluster computing has evolved into a popular and effective mode of high performance computing. Cluster environments are intrinsically different from hardware multiprocessors, and hence require a different approach to ...
    • Robust State Sharing for Wide Area Distributed Applications 

      Topol, Brad Byer; Ahamad, Mustaque; Stasko, John T. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      In this article, we present the Mocha wide area computing infrastructure we are currently developing. Mocha provides support for robust shared objects on heterogeneous platforms, and utilizes advanced distributed shared ...