Xiao Liu
Xiao Liu
Associate Professor, School of Information Technology, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
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A data placement strategy in scientific cloud workflows
D Yuan, Y Yang, X Liu, J Chen
Future Generation Computer Systems 26 (8), 1200-1214, 2010
4062010
A market-oriented hierarchical scheduling strategy in cloud workflow systems
Z Wu, X Liu, Z Ni, D Yuan, Y Yang
The Journal of Supercomputing 63 (1), 256-293, 2013
3362013
A revised discrete particle swarm optimization for cloud workflow scheduling
Z Wu, Z Ni, L Gu, X Liu
2010 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security …, 2010
2512010
A compromised-time-cost scheduling algorithm in swindew-c for instance-intensive cost-constrained workflows on a cloud computing platform
K Liu, H Jin, J Chen, X Liu, D Yuan, Y Yang
The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications 24 (4 …, 2010
2172010
On-demand minimum cost benchmarking for intermediate dataset storage in scientific cloud workflow systems
D Yuan, Y Yang, X Liu, J Chen
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 71 (2), 316-332, 2011
1262011
A cost-effective strategy for intermediate data storage in scientific cloud workflow systems
D Yuan, Y Yang, X Liu, J Chen
2010 IEEE international symposium on parallel & distributed processing …, 2010
1132010
A highly practical approach toward achieving minimum data sets storage cost in the cloud
D Yuan, Y Yang, X Liu, W Li, L Cui, M Xu, J Chen
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 24 (6), 1234-1244, 2013
952013
The Design of Cloud Workflow Systems
X Liu, D Yuan, G Zhang, D Cao, W Li, J Chen, Q He, Y Yang
Springer-Verlag New York Inc, 2011
942011
An algorithm in SwinDeW-C for scheduling transaction-intensive cost-constrained cloud workflows
Y Yang, K Liu, J Chen, X Liu, D Yuan, H Jin
2008 IEEE Fourth International Conference on eScience, 374-375, 2008
902008
A data dependency based strategy for intermediate data storage in scientific cloud workflow systems
D Yuan, Y Yang, X Liu, G Zhang, J Chen
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 24 (9), 956-976, 2012
842012
Preventing temporal violations in scientific workflows: Where and how
X Liu, Y Yang, Y Jiang, J Chen
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 37 (6), 805-825, 2010
732010
Do we need to handle every temporal violation in scientific workflow systems?
X Liu, Y Yang, D Yuan, J Chen
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM) 23 (1), 1-34, 2014
702014
A novel statistical time-series pattern based interval forecasting strategy for activity durations in workflow systems
X Liu, Z Ni, D Yuan, Y Jiang, Z Wu, J Chen, Y Yang
Journal of Systems and Software 84 (3), 354-376, 2011
702011
SwinDeW-C: a peer-to-peer based cloud workflow system
X Liu, D Yuan, G Zhang, J Chen, Y Yang
Handbook of Cloud Computing, 309-332, 2010
662010
CSMC: A combination strategy for multi-class classification based on multiple association rules
YZ Liu, YC Jiang, X Liu, SL Yang
Knowledge-based systems 21 (8), 786-793, 2008
592008
A generic QoS framework for cloud workflow systems
X Liu, Y Yang, D Yuan, G Zhang, W Li, D Cao
2011 IEEE Ninth International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure …, 2011
582011
A DT-SVM strategy for stock futures prediction with big data
D Wang, X Liu, M Wang
2013 IEEE 16th International Conference on Computational Science and …, 2013
412013
A novel general framework for automatic and cost-effective handling of recoverable temporal violations in scientific workflow systems
X Liu, Z Ni, Z Wu, D Yuan, J Chen, Y Yang
Journal of Systems and Software 84 (3), 492-509, 2011
402011
Handling recoverable temporal violations in scientific workflow systems: a workflow rescheduling based strategy
X Liu, J Chen, Z Wu, Z Ni, D Yuan, Y Yang
2010 10th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Cluster, Cloud and Grid …, 2010
392010
A probabilistic strategy for setting temporal constraints in scientific workflows
X Liu, J Chen, Y Yang
International Conference on Business Process Management, 180-195, 2008
392008
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