Ivor Page

Professor - Computer Science
ivor@utdallas.edu
972-883-2160
ECS4410
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Professional Preparation

BSc - Computer Science
Brunel University
Ph.D. - Computer Science
Brunel University

Research Areas

Research Interests
Current research efforts are concentrated in distributed algorithms, including resource allocation problems, and in computer graphics

Publications

"On the Tower of Hanoi Problem with Multiple Spare Pegs," I. Page, J. Veerasamy, International Journal of Computer Mathematics, 52, 1, (1994). 1994 - Publication
"Normal vector generation for sampled data using Fourier Filtering," I. Page, M. Goss, Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation, 4, (1993). 1993 - Publication
"Fast algorithms for distributed resource allocation," I. Page, R. T. Jacob, S. E. Chern, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 4, 2, (1993). 1993 - Publication
"Spanning tree maintenance by grafting," I. Page, M. Scoggins, Ninth International Conference on Systems Engineering, Las Vegas, Nevada, (1993). 1993 - Publication
"Explicit dynamic mutual exclusion algorithm," E. B. Weidman, I. Page, W.J. Pervin, Third IEEE Symposium on Parallel Distributed Processing, Dallas, Texas, (1991). 1991 - Publication
"Variation on the drinking philosophers algorithms," I. Page, S. E. Chern, R. T. Jacob, Second IEEE Symposium on Parallel Distributed Processing, Dallas, Texas, (1990). 1990 - Publication
"The solution of mutual exclusion problems which can be described graphically," I. Page, R.T. Jacob, Computer Journal, (1989). 1989 - Publication
"Synthesis of mutual exclusion problems based on semaphores," I. Page, R. T. Jacob, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, (1989). 1989 - Publication
"The FLEX Architecture, a high speed graphics processor," I. Page, J. Niehaus, Computer Architecture News, 16, 4, (1988). 1988 - Publication
"Improving the performance of buddy systems," I. Page, J. Hagins, IEEE Transactions on Computers, 1986. 1986 - Publication

Additional Information

Recent Research Projects
  • "Design of a system for feature arbitration in an intelligent telephone network." (BNR Richardson, $26,000, 1991)
  • "Parallel computer architecture for computer graphics systems," (Texas Instruments, $32,480, 1988)
  • "Parallel computer architectures for computer graphics systems." (Texas Instruments, $16,562, 1987)

News Articles

Computer Science Prof Wins Chancellor’s Award
Dr. Ivor Page, an associate professor of computer science in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, has been chosen to receive the Chancellor’s Council Outstanding Teaching Award from The University of Texas System.  

Page was selected from more than 118 tenured or tenure-track faculty members at UT Dallas who were nominated by undergraduate students for the honor.  

The UT System sponsors the annual award to recognize excellence in undergraduate teaching at each of the UT System’s academic institutions, and the award was accompanied by a $5,000 stipend.  It is the highest recognition a faculty member can receive.
Computer Science Prof Wins Chancellor’s Award
Dr. Ivor Page, an associate professor of computer science in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, has been chosen to receive the Chancellor’s Council Outstanding Teaching Award from The University of Texas System.  

Page was selected from more than 118 tenured or tenure-track faculty members at UT Dallas who were nominated by undergraduate students for the honor.  

The UT System sponsors the annual award to recognize excellence in undergraduate teaching at each of the UT System’s academic institutions, and the award was accompanied by a $5,000 stipend.  It is the highest recognition a faculty member can receive.
Teams Win Top Spots at Regional Computing Competition
Recently, three UT Dallas Competitive Programming Teams participated in the regional round of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). Out of 73 teams hailing from Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, UT Dallas teams placed second, sixth and seventh.
The second-place team consisted of senior Darrin Wiley, senior Terrence Park and sophomore Walter Han, all computer science majors in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science.
Teams Win Top Spots at Regional Computing Competition
Recently, three UT Dallas Competitive Programming Teams participated in the regional round of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). Out of 73 teams hailing from Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, UT Dallas teams placed second, sixth and seventh.
The second-place team consisted of senior Darrin Wiley, senior Terrence Park and sophomore Walter Han, all computer science majors in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science.