Two Sigma security researcher Trammell Hudson presents his work on the new LinuxBoot firmware—now an official Linux Foundation project.
Cook, Two Sigma’s open-source resource scheduler for compute clusters, uses preemption to achieve low latency and high throughput.
Comparing big graph centrality measures, approximation algorithm quality guarantees, and the trade-offs and scalability behaviors of distributed algorithms.
A Two Sigma quantitative engineer walks through a paper on the history of formulas for computing meta-statistics on any distribution.
Higher-order Attribute Contraction Schemes (HACS), a language for programming compilers, makes it possible to create a full compiler from a single source file.
The author introduces Cook, an advanced fair-sharing, preemptive scheduling backend for Spark.