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*Pyramid Computer Algorithms*, 1985.

This won the SUNY Binghamton Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Category. - Reiko Tanese,
*Distributed Genetic Algorithms for Function Optimization*, 1989. - Jesse Gordon,
*Efficient Schemes for Massively Fault Tolerant Parallel Communication*, 1990. - Bruce Wagar,
*Practical Sorting Algorithms for Hypercube Computers*, 1990. - Sumanta Guha,
*Parallel Algorithms for Polygonal and Rectilinear Geometry*, 1991. - Philip D. MacKenzie,
*Parallel Algorithms with Ultra-Fast Expected Times*, 1992.

This won the University of Michigan Distinguished Dissertation Award. - Fah-Chun Cheong,
*Oasis: A High-Performance Agent-Oriented Programming Language for Heterogeneous Distributed Computing*, 1992. - Douglas Van Wieren,
*Expected-Case Analysis with Semi-Random Data Models*, 1999. - Andrew Poe,
*Applications of the Ham Sandwich Theorem to Multi-Constraint Load Balancing Problems*, 1999. - Theodore Tabe,
*Using Hardware-Based Data Forwarding Predictors to Increase Multiprocessor Performance*, 2001. - Joshua Landrum,
*Predicting Algorithm Performance*, 2004. - Robert Oehmke,
*High-Performance Dynamic Array Structures*, 2004.

- Julia Lipman,
*On the Performance Analysis of Local Synchronization with Stochastic Task Times*, 2007. - Patrick Poon,
*Energy-Efficient Algorithms on Mesh-Connected Systems with Additional Communication Links*, 2013.

- Rona Kopp (now Rona Machlin),
*The Busy Beaver Problem*, 1981.

- Erik Hao
- Christiane Jablonowski
- Mary C. Meyer
- David Pennock
- Denny R. VandenBerg

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