Adrienne L. Broadwater
Adrienne Broadwater is an assistant professor in the Computer
Science Department at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Dr. Broadwater joined the faculty at UL Lafayette in 1992 as an
instructor. Previously Dr. Broadwater
taught in both the Business Department and the Math Department at Northwestern State University in
Her research interests include parallel algorithms and architectures with a concentration in shuffle-exchange networks and their products.
She teaches Operating Systems (CMPS 455) and Foundations of Computer Science (CMPS 341).
Her hobbies include square dancing
, round dancing, cajun dancing, and cross stitching.
Current (Fall 2000)
Monday: 11-11:40, 2:30-2:50
Wednesday: 9-9:50, 11-11:40, 2:30-2:50
Optimal All-to-All Broadcasting in Shuffle-Exchange Networks
The 11th Annual International Symposium on High Performance Computing Systems,
(Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, July 1997) pp. 547-559.
Communication Performance of Shuffle-Exchange Networks with Shortest-Path Routing
Proceedings of the International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing
Techniques and Applications, (Las Vegas, Nevada, July 1997) pp. 1259-1267.
Embedding Complete Binary Trees in Product Graphs
Proceedings of 22nd International Workshop on Graph-Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science,
Lecture Notes in Computer Science , 1197,
(Cadenabbia, Italy, June 1996) pp. 56-66.
Optimal Data Communication on Product-Shuffle Networks
Ph.D. Thesis, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA, May 1997.
A Unified Approach to Algorithm Development for Product Networks
Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing , 8, 1997.
Computer Science Department phone: (337) 482-6934
Box 41771 fax: (337) 482-5791
Lafayette, LA 70504