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Jim Kowalkowski
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Fermilab
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Warrenville
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Computer Science - Distributed; Parallel; and Cluster Computing (3)
 
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Publications Authored By Jim Kowalkowski

2017Mar
Affiliations: 1Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, 2Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, 3Princeton University, 4Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, 5Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, 6Princeton University, 7Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, 8Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory now Johns Hopkins University, 9Princeton University, 10Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Experimental Particle Physics has been at the forefront of analyzing the worlds largest datasets for decades. The HEP community was the first to develop suitable software and computing tools for this task. In recent times, new toolkits and systems collectively called Big Data technologies have emerged to support the analysis of Petabyte and Exabyte datasets in industry. Read More

The D0 experiment at Fermilab relies on a central Oracle database for storing all detector calibration information. Access to this data is needed by hundreds of physics applications distributed worldwide. In order to meet the demands of these applications from scarce resources, we have created a distributed system that isolates the user applications from the database facilities. Read More

When thousands of processors are involved in performing event filtering on a trigger farm, there is likely to be a large number of failures within the software and hardware systems. BTeV, a proton/antiproton collider experiment at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, has designed a trigger, which includes several thousand processors. If fault conditions are not given proper treatment, it is conceivable that this trigger system will experience failures at a high enough rate to have a negative impact on its effectiveness. Read More