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The Journal of Supercomputing

An International Journal of High-Performance Computer Design, Analysis, and Use

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Slack extender mechanism for greening dependent-tasks scheduling on DVFS-enabled computing platforms

The task’s slack is the key issue to reduce the energy consumed by DVFS-enabled computing platforms. Despite the large number of scheduling algorithms that are presented in the literature, only a unique scaling axiomatic approach (SAA) is utilized …


A symbiosis of arithmetic optimizer with slime mould algorithm for improving global optimization and conventional design problem

An arithmetic optimizer algorithm (AOA) is hybridized with slime mould algorithm (SMA) to address the issue of less internal memory and slow convergence at local minima which is termed as HAOASMA. Lens opposition-based learning strategy is also …


Hybrid learning scenario path selection and abstraction framework for smart verification of complex SoCs

The universal verification methodology (UVM) testbench utilizes the bus interface to access the design under verification (DUV) and registers using constraint random access. The UVM testbench is not able to perform cross-platform reusable …


Novel optimized low power design of single-precision floating-point adder using Quantum-dot Cellular Automata

As the fabrication technology goes beyond nano-scale, the VLSI layout design using Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) becomes obsolete due to its short channel effects and leakage currents. Quantum-dot Cellular Automata (QCA) is a …


Linguistic Z-numbers and cloud model weighted ranking technology and its application in concept evaluation of information axiom

Concept design evaluation is the most critical part of product design, which determines the direction of the subsequent design stage. Due to the various uncertainties inherent in decision-maker (DM)’s linguistic evaluation, such as fuzziness and …

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The Journal of Supercomputing publishes papers on the technology, architecture and systems, algorithms, languages and programs, performance measures and methods, and applications of all aspects of Supercomputing. Tutorial and survey papers are intended for workers and students in the fields associated with and employing advanced computer systems. The journal also publishes letters to the editor, especially in areas relating to policy, succinct statements of paradoxes, intuitively puzzling results, partial results and real needs.

Published theoretical and practical papers are advanced, in-depth treatments describing new developments and new ideas. Each includes an introduction summarizing prior, directly pertinent work that is useful for the reader to understand, in order to appreciate the advances being described.

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