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26 Gardner, Reed M.Y2K: Need for Health Care Professionals to be Responsible and PreparedBiomedical Informatics1999
27 Gardner, Reed M.Assessing the Effectiveness of a Computerized Pharmacy SystemBiomedical Informatics1990
28 Gardner, Reed M.Computers in the ICU and Surgery-Keeping Real-Time Records for Decision-MakingBiomedical Informatics1990
29 Gardner, Reed M.The HELP Clinical Decision-Support SystemBiomedical Informatics1994
30 Henderson, Thomas C.The importance of unknows in Epidemiologic studies1. Epidemiologic study data often include omitted/unobtainable responses (unknowns). In most cases, unknowns are eliminated during data-reduction to facilitate analysis. We examined the effect that elimination of unknowns would have on mortality calculations using data on newborns admitted to a newb...Unknowns; Mortality calculations1985
31 Gardner, Reed M.Medical Information Bus: The Key to Future Integrated Monitoring (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1989
32 Gardner, Reed M.Challenges and Opportunities for Computerizing the Anesthesia RecordBiomedical Informatics1994
33 Clemmer, Terry P.Introduction to Computers in MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1995
34 Gopalakrishnan, GaneshA correctness criterion for asynchronous circuit validation and optimizationWe propose a new relation C. called strong conformance in the context of Dill's trace theory, and define B Q A to be true exactly when B conforms to A and the success set of B contains the success set of A. When B C. A, module B operated in module A's maximal environment AM (i.e. B || AM) exhibits a...Validation; Optimization1992
35 Warner, Homer R.Data Driven Interpretation of Laboratory Results in the Context of a Medical Decision Support SystemBiomedical Informatics1989
36 Balasubramonian, RajeevExploiting eager register release in a redundantly multi-threaded processorDue to shrinking transistor sizes and lower supply voltages, transient faults (soft errors) in computer systems are projected to increase by orders of magnitude. Fault detection and recovery can be achieved through redundancy. Redundant multithreading (RMT) is one attractive approach to detect and r...Transient faults; Soft errors; Redundant multithreading; Eager register release; Register file design2006
37 Brunvand, Erik L.Fred: an architecture for a self-timed decoupled computerDecoupled computer architectures provide an effective means of exploiting instruction level parallelism. Selftimed micropipeline systems are inherently decoupled due to the elastic nature of the basic FIFO structure, and may be ideally suited for constructing decoupled computer architectures. Fred ...1996
38 Richardson, William F.Fred: an architecture for a self-timed decoupled computerDecoupled computer architectures provide an effective means of exploiting instruction level parallelism. Self-timed micropipeline systems are inherently decoupled due to the elastic nature of the basic FIFO structure, and may be ideally suited for constructing decoupled computer architectures. Fred ...Decoupled computer; Fred1995
39 Warner, Homer R.The HELP Hospital Information System: Update 1998Biomedical Informatics1999
40 Warner, Homer R.Interfacing a Stand-Alone Diagnostic Expert System With a Hospital Information SystemBiomedical Informatics1994
41 Schaelicke, LambertProfiling I/O interrupts in modern architecturesAs applications grow increasingly communication-oriented, interrupt performance quickly becomes a crucial component of high performance I/O system design. At the same time, accurately measuring interrupt handler performance is difficult with the traditional simulation, instrumentation, or statistica...1999
42 Keller, Robert M.Sentinels: A concept for multiprocess coordinationThe sentinel construct is introduced, which provides a certain syntactic and semantic framework for multiprocess coordination. The advantage of this construct over others is argued to be semantic transparency, efficiency, ease in implementation, and usefulness in verfication.Sentinels; Multiprocess coordination; Sentinel construct1978
43 Gardner, Reed M.Computers in the Intensive Care Unit Match or MismatchBiomedical Informatics1989
44 Gardner, Reed M.Computers in the Intensive Care Unit: A Match Meant To Be!Biomedical Informatics1995
45 Warner, Homer R.Decision Support in Medicine: Examples from the HELP SystemBiomedical Informatics1994
46 Kuramkote, Ravindra; Carter, JohnExploring the value of supporting multiple DSM protocols in Hardware DSM ControllersThe performance of a hardware distributed shared memory (DSM) system is largely dependent on its architect's ability to reduce the number of remote memory misses that occur. Previous attempts to solve this problem have included measures such as supporting both the CC-NUMA and S-COMA architectures is...DSM; Controllers1999
47 Clemmer, Terry P.Medical Informatics in the Intensive Care Unit: State of the Art 1991Biomedical Informatics1991
48 Gardner, Reed M.Computerization and Quality Control of Monitoring TechniquesBiomedical Informatics1991
49 Gardner, Reed M.Computerized Patient Monitoring at LDS Hospital-An EvaluationBiomedical Informatics1971
50 Warner, Homer R.Development of a Computerized Infectious Disease Monitor (CIDM)Biomedical Informatics1985
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