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76 Collaboration in Clinical Computing at LDS HospitalBiomedical Informatics1994
77 Computer Support in Critical Care MedicineBiomedical Informatics1980
78 Down to the wireAs today's military and commercial aircraft age past their teen years, the many kilometers of wiring buried deep within their structures begin to crack and fray. Once thought to be rare and benign, such faults are found by the hundreds in a typical aircraft. Unlike obvious cracks in a wing or an e...Aging wiring; Wire fault location; Aging wire detection; Smart wire systems2001-01-01
79 Eight-Channel Data Set for Clincal EEG Transmission Over Dial-Up Telephone NetworkBiomedical Informatics1974
80 Emerging Standards for Medical LogicBiomedical Informatics1990
81 Enroute Toward a Computer-Based Patient Record: The ACIS ProjectBiomedical Informatics1995
82 HELP - A Computer System for Medical Decision MakingBiomedical Informatics1975
83 HELP - A Total Hospital Information SystemBiomedical Informatics1980
84 Improving Efficiency and Quality in a Computerized ICUBiomedical Informatics1988
85 Integrating Radiology and Hospital Information Systems: The Advantage of Shared DataBiomedical Informatics1992
86 Integration of a Stand-Alone Expert System with a Hospital Information SystemBiomedical Informatics1992
87 Low latency workstation cluster communications using sender-based protocolsThe use of workstations on a local area network to form scalable multicomputers has become quite common. A serious performance bottleneck in such "carpet clusters" is the communication protocol that is used to send data between nodes. We report on the design and implementation of a class of communic...Workstations; Scalable multicomputers; Sender-based; Communication protocols1996
88 Notes on thread models in Mach 3.0During the Mach In-Kernel Servers work, we explored two alternate thread models that could be used to support traps to in-kernel servers. In the "migrating threads" model we used, the client's thread temporarily moves into the server's task for the duration of the call. In t h e "thread switching" ...Thread models; In-kernel servers; Thread switching; Mach 3.01993
89 Preliminary evaluation of learning via the AI/LEARN/Rheumatology interactive videodisc systemAI/LEARN/Rheumatology is a level three videodisc system to teach clinical observational skills in three important diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis. The AI/LEARN software was developed on an independent authoring system called GALE designed for MS-DOS based c...1992-01-01
90 Real Time Data Acquisition: Experience With the Medical Information Bus (MIB)Biomedical Informatics1991
91 Reference manual of impulse system callsThis document describes the Im pulse system calls. The Impulse system calls allow user applications to use remapping functionality provided by the Impulse Adaptive Memory System to remap their data structures. Impulse supports several remapping algorithms. User applications choose the desired remapp...Impulse system calls; Remapping functionality; Impulse Adaptive Memory System; Remapping algorithms1999
92 Standardizing Communications and Networks in the ICUBiomedical Informatics1985
93 Temporally coherent interactive ray tracingAlthough ray tracing has been successfully applied to interactively render large datasets, supersampling pixels will not be practical in interactive applications for some time. Because large datasets tend to have subpixel detail, one-sample-per-pixel ray tracing can produce visually distracting popp...Temporally coherent; interactive ray tracing; large datasets2001
94 Test Ordering and Medical Decision Making: A Synergistic RelationshipBiomedical Informatics1982
95 Translating concurrent programs into delay-insensitive circuitsPrograms written in a subset of occam are automatically translated into delay-insensitive circuits using syntax-directed techniques. The resulting circuits are improved using semantics-preserving circuit-to-circuit transformations. Since each step of the translation process can be proven correct, th...1989
96 A case for increased operating system support in chip multi-processorsWe identify the operating system as one area where a novel architecture could significantly improve on current chip multi-processor designs, allowing increased performance and improved power efficiency. We first show that the operating system contributes a non-trivial overhead to even the most com...2005
97 A case for increased operating system support in chip multi-processorsWe identify the operating system as one area where a novel architecture could significantly improve on current chip multi-processor designs, allowing increased performance and improved power efficiency. We first show that the operating system contributes a non-trivial overhead to even the most com...2005
98 CASL - A language for automating the implementation of computer architecturesThe computer Architecture Specification Language (CASL), described in this paper, is intended for use by computer architects CASL is a state machine description language especially useful for describing digital systems at the "register transfer" level and designed to meet the needs of the computer a...Computer Architecture Specification Language1979
99 Energy-efficient processor design using multiple clock domains with dynamic voltage and frequency scalingAs clock frequency increases and feature size decreases, clock distribution and wire delays present a growing challenge to the designers of singly-clocked, globally synchronous systems. We describe an alternative approach, which we call a Multiple Clock Domain (MCD) processor in which the chip is d...Multiple clock domains; Synchronization; Microarchitecture2002
100 Evaluation of User Acceptance of a Clinical Expert SystemBiomedical Informatics1994
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