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101 Susarla, Sai R.; Carter, JohnFlexible consistency for wide area peer replicationThe lack of a flexible consistency management solution hinders P2P implementation of applications involving updates, such as read-write file sharing, directory services, online auctions and wide area collaboration. Managing mutable shared data in a P2P setting requires a consistency solution that...Wide area; Peer replication2004-11-18
102 Pryor, T. AllanThe HELP Medical Record SystemBiomedical Informatics1988
103 Gardner, Reed M.Hemodynamic MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1988
104 Brunvand, Erik L. ; Gopalakrishnan, GaneshHigh-level asynchronous system design using the ACK frameworkDesigning asynchronous circuits is becoming easier as a number of design styles are making the transition from research projects to real, usable tools. However, designing asynchronous "systems" is still a difficult problem. We define asynchronous systems to be medium to large digital systems whose...2000
105 Haug, Peter J.Hospital-Based Decision SupportBiomedical Informatics1998
106 Carter, John B.Reducing consistency traffic and cache misses in the avalanche multiprocessorFor a parallel architecture to scale effectively, communication latency between processors must be avoided. We have found that the source of a large number of avoidable cache misses is the use of hardwired write-invalidate coherency protocols, which often exhibit high cache miss rates due to exces...Consistency traffic; Cache misses; Parallel architecture; Communication latency1995
107 Flynn, John J.Monopolization under the Sherman Act: the third wave and beyondLike Gaul, monopolization litigation under section 2 of the Sherman Act has been divided into three parts: A first part beginning with the Northern Securities case of 1904(1) and ending with the U.S. Steel case in 1920;(2) a second part, the Thurmond Arnold era, beginning in the late 30's with the f...1981
108 Panangaden, PrakashAbstract interpretation and indeterminacyWe present a semantic theory that allows us to discuss the semantics of indeterminate operators in a dataflow network. The assumption is made that the language in which the indeterminate operators are written has a construct that allows for the testing of availability of data on input lines. We then...Semantics; Indeterminate operators1984
109 Stevens, KennethAn A-FPGA architecture for relative timing based asynchronous designsThis paper presents an asynchronous FPGA architecture that is capable of implementing relative timing based asynchronous designs. The architecture uses the Xilinx 7-Series architecture as a starting point and proposes modifications that would make it asynchronous design capable while keeping it full...2014-01-01
110 Neatrour, Anna; Morrow, Anne; Rockwell, Kenneth W.; Witkowski, Alan J.Automating the production of map interfaces for digital collections using Google API'sMany digital Libraries are interested in taking advantage of the GIS mapping capabilities provided by GoogLe Maps and GoogLe Earth. The DigitaL Ventures Division of the University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Library has successfully completed an innovative automated process in which descriptive me...digital libraries, gis, geocoding, maps, KML, Graphical user interfaces, Google Maps2011
111 Khan, Faisal HabibCommercial and industrial applications getting ready for direct-current power distributionThis paper describes design trends in several classes of power-electronic appliances that will increase the appeal for distributing dc power in buildings. In the commercial sector information technology (IT) power conversion architectures are moving from multi- to single-voltage supplies, initially...Direct current power distribution; Commercial applications2004-01-01
112 Gardner, Reed M.Computerized Blood Gas Interpretation and Reporting SystemBiomedical Informatics1975
113 Gardner, Reed M.Computerized Data Management and Decision Making in Critical CareBiomedical Informatics1985
114 Gardner, Reed M.Computers in the ICUBiomedical Informatics1984
115 Gardner, Reed M.Computers in the ICU: Why? What? So What? (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1992
116 Kessler, Robert R.DPOS: A metalanguage and programming environment for parallel processorsThe complexity and diversity of parallel programming languages and computer architectures hinders programmers in developing programs and greatly limits program portability. All MIMD parallel programming systems, however, address common requirements for process creation, process management, and inte...DPOS; MIMD parallel programming1990
117 Evans, DavidGraphical man/machine communications: June 1971Semi-Annual Technical Report for period 1 January 1971 to 31 May 1971. This document includes a summary of research activities and facilities at the University of Utah under Contract F30602-70-C-0300. Information conveys important research milestones attained during this period by each of the fo...Curved surfaces; Digital waveform processing1971
118 Johnson, Christopher R.Grid-enabling problem solving environments: a case study of SCIRun and NetSolveCombining the functionality of NetSolve, a grid-based middleware solution, with SCIRun, a graphically-based problem solving environment (PSE), yields a platform for creating and executing grid-enabled applications. Using this integrated system, hardware and/or software resources not previously ac...Grid computing; SCIRun; NetSolve; Problem solving environment; Numerical libraries; Parallel programming (Computer science)2001
119 Guilkey, James EdwardImproved velocity projection for the Material Point MethodThe standard velocity projection scheme for the Material Point Method (MPM) and a typical form of the GIMP Method are examined. It is demonstrated that the fidelity of information transfer from a particle representation to the computational grid is strongly dependent on particle density and locati...Material Point Method; GIMP Method; Meshless methods; Velocity projection; Solid mechanics2007
120 Lindstrom, Gary E.The key node method: a highly-parallel alpha-beta algorithmA new parallel formulation of the alpha-beta algorithm for minimax game tree searching is presented. Its chief characteristic is incremental information sharing among subsearch processes in the form of "provisional" node value communication. Such "eager" communication can offer the double benefit of...Key node method; Alpha-beta algorithm; Minimax; Game tree searching1983
121 Regehr, JohnThe problems you're having may not be the problems you think you're having: results from a latency study of windows NTThis paper is intended to catalyze discussions on two intertwined systems topics. First, it presents early results from a latency study of Windows NT that identifies some specific causes of long thread scheduling latencies, many of which delay the dispatching of runnable threads for tens of millisec...1999-01-01
122 Gardner, Reed M.Real Time Data Acquisition: Recommendations for the Medical Information Bus (MIB)Biomedical Informatics1992
123 Gardner, Reed M.System Concepts for Invasive Pressure MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1990
124 Gardner, Reed M.System Concepts for Invasive Pressure MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1992
125 Gardner, Reed M.System Concepts for Invasive Pressure MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1988
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