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126 The 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
127 Using reliable multicast for caching and collaboration within the world wide webThe World Wide Web has become an important medium for information dissemination. One model for synchronized information dissemination within the Web is webcasting in which data are simultaneously distributed to multiple destinations. The Web's traditional unicast client/server communication model su...caching; collaboration1999
128 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
129 Fast structured design of VLSI circuitsWe believe that a structured, user-friendly, cost-effective tool for rapid implementation of VLSI circuits which encourages students to participate directly in research projects are the key components in digital integrated circuit (IC) education. In this paper, we introduce our VLSI education activ...VLSI circuits; Rapid implementation1988
130 The HELP Medical Record SystemBiomedical Informatics1988
131 Inferring scheduling behavior with hourglassAlthough computer programs explicitly represent data values, time values are usually implicit. This makes it difficult to analyze and debug real-time programs whose correctness depends partially on the time at which results are computed. This paper shows how to use Hourglass, an instrumented, synthe...2002-01-01
132 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
133 Semantic definition of a subset of the structured query language (SQL)SQL is a relational database definition and manipulation language. Portions of the manipulation language are readily described in terms of relational algebra. The semantics of a subset of the SQL select statement is described. The select statement allows the user to query the database. The select st...1991
134 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
135 Interactive simulation and visualizationMost of us perform data analysis and visualization only after everything else is finished, which often means that we don't discover errors invalidating the results of our simulation until postprocessing. A better approach would be to improve the integration of simulation and visualization into the...Computational steering; Interactive simulation; Isosurfaces1999
136 Role of the Computer in Coronary CareBiomedical Informatics1972
137 Supporting persistent C++ objects in a distributed storage systemWe have designed and implemented a C++ object layer for Khazana, a distributed persistent storage system that exports a flat shared address space as its basic abstraction. The C++ layer described herein lets programmers use familiar C++ idioms to allocate, manipulate, and deallocate persistent share...persistent C++ objects; distributed storage; Khazana; flat shared address space1999
138 System Concepts for Invasive Pressure MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1988
139 System Concepts for Invasive Pressure MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1990
140 System Concepts for Invasive Pressure MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1992
141 Time-Sharing in Biomedical ResearchBiomedical Informatics1966
142 A characterization of parallel systemsa taxonomy for parallel processing systems is presented which has some advantages over previous taxonomies. The taxonomy characterizes parallel processing systems using four parameters: topology, communication, granularity, and operation. These parameters and used repetitively in a hierarchical fash...Parallel systems1980
143 System performance advisor user guideThe usage of the System Performance Advisor (SPA) expert system is described. Documentation of SPA system commands, system variables, diagnostic rules is given. Information on how to run the SPA system is discussed. In addition, an overview of how SPA searches for problems is supplied. The purpose o...System Performance Advisor; SPA; User guide1991
144 Case studies in symbolic model checkingThe need to formally verify hardware and software systems before they are deployed the real world has been recognized for several decades now. This is especially true of concurrent systems that are even more difficult to debug than sequential systems. For example, many of the protocols that get emp...Symbolic model checking; Hardware verification; Software verification1994
145 Computer System for Research and Clinical Application to MedicineBiomedical Informatics1968
146 Computer-Critiqued Blood Ordering Using the HELP SystemBiomedical Informatics1990
147 Computerized Decision-Making in the Pulmonary Function LaboratoryBiomedical Informatics1982
148 Computers in the Intensive Care Unit: The Clinical ChallengeBiomedical Informatics1992
149 Dynamic reordering of high latency transactions in time-warp simulation using a modified micropipelineTime warp based simulation of discrete-event systems is an efficient way to overcome the synchronization overhead during distributed simulation. As computations may proceed beyond synchronization barriers in time warp, multiple checkpoints of state need to be maintained to be able to rollback inva...Asynchronous design; Micropipelines; Dynamic instruction reordering; Time warp simulations1992
150 IAIMS Newsletter Summer 1998The IAIMS Newsletter is published quarterly (September, December, March, June) and provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS1998-06-16
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