This is the new link and updated for the list of research papers that appear for the Microsoft Academic Search for Darrell Raymond Ulm.
in the link above is a list of papers of Darrell Ulm, and others, authored while at Kent State University. The list has not changed much lately but it is a good document showing related works at the time.
Google Scholar Search for Darrell Ulm includes papers written and references to research papers written on parallel computation.
The search results are not completely accurate, but the Google Scholar Search is an interesting tool, even if there have not been updates for it for quite some time.
The Microsoft publications search appears to be better for looking up specific papers.
Not sure that PubZone has been updated in a while, and even so here are:
Early paper concerning a SIMD solution to a 2D cutting stock, operations research problem.
Here are partial abstracts concerning academic papers by Darrell Ulm at Microsoft Academic Search.
The updates to Microsoft Academic are an improvement, and it looks like they needed to modify link structure to implement the changes.
Now they show sources for each publication, for example:
This is a nice automatic organization of all the sources, and finding the actual paper is definitely easier now.
Think I may have posted this elsewhere, but the list Papers by Darrell Ulm, Academic Research is a good resource and the page has a nice layout.
Includes papers about data-parallel algorithms, models, and simulations between data-parallel models.
IEEE Computer Society reference to “Solving a 2D Knapsack Problem Using a Hybrid Data-Parallel/Control Style of Computing” Santa Fe, NM, USA, by Darrell Ulm.
IEEE Xplore link to “Solving a 2D knapsack problem using a hybrid data-parallel/control style of computing.”
Link for a Paper, as PDF: “Solving a 2D Knapsack Problem Using a Hybrid Data-Parallel/Control Style of Computing (2004),” Darrell Ulm.
The above link is for a paper by Darrell Ulm, “Solving a 2D Knapsack Problem Using a Hybrid Data-Parallel/Control Style of Computing (2004).”