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176 Carter, John B.Using khazana to support distributed application developmentOne of the most important services required by most distributed applications is some form of shared data management, e.g., a directory service manages shared directory entries while groupware manages shared documents. Each such application currently must implement its own data management mechanisms,...Khazana; Distributed applications; Development1999
177 Brunvand, Erik L.A comparison of modular self-timed design stylesState-machine sequencing methods in modular 2-phase and 4-phase asynchronous handshake control are compared. Design styles are discussed, and the sequencers are tested against each other using a medium-scale minicomputer test design implemented in FPGAs. Seven 4-phase sequencers are tested. In these...Self-timed; State-machine sequencing; Asynchronous handshake control1995
178 Zhang, LixinA comparison of online superpage promotion mechanismsThe amount of data that a typical translation lookaside buffer (TLB) can map has not kept pace with the growth in cache sizes and application footprints. As a result, the cost of handling TLB misses limits the performance of an increasing number of applications. The use of superpages, multiple adjac...Superpages; Translation lookaside buffer; TLB1999
179 Mathew, Binu K.; Davis, Al; Fang, ZhenA Gaussian probability accelerator for SPHINX 3Accurate real-time speech recognition is not currently possible in the mobile embedded space where the need for natural voice interfaces is clearly important. The continuous nature of speech recognition coupled with an inherently large working set creates significant cache interference with other...Speech recognition; SPHINX 3; Speech recognizers2003-07-22
180 Gu, JunAn optimal, parallel discrete relaxation algorithm and architecture (Revised January 1988 and August 1989)A variety of problems in artificial intelligence, operations research, symbolic logic, pattern recognition and computer vision, and robot manipulation are special cases of the Consistent Labeling Problem (CLP). The Discrete Relaxation Algorithm (DRA) is an efficient computational technique to enfor...Consistent Labeling Problem; CLP; Discrete Relaxation Algorithm; DRA1988
181 Davis, AlAutomating the design of embedded domain specific acceleratorsDomain specific architecture (DSA) design currently involves a lengthy process that requires significant designer knowledge, experience, and time in arriving at a suitable code generator and architecture for the target application suite. Given the stringent time to market constraints and the dyna...Domain specific architecture; Stall cycle analysis; SCA; Domain specific accelerators2008
182 Gardner, Reed M.The Computer for Charting and MonitoringBiomedical Informatics1993
183 Gardner, Reed M.Computerized Clinical Decision-Support in Respiratory CareBiomedical Informatics2004
184 Gardner, Reed M.Computerized Management of Intensive Care PatientsBiomedical Informatics1986
185 Gardner, Reed M.Computerized Medical Care: The HELP System at LDS HospitalBiomedical Informatics1992
186 Balasubramonian, RajeevDynamic memory hierarchy performance optimizationAlthough microprocessor performance continues to increase at a rapid pace, the growing processor-memory speed gap threatens to limit future performance gains. In this paper, we propose a novel configurable cache and TLB as an alternative to conventional two-level hierarchies. This organization le...Microprocessor performance; Processor-memory speed gap2000
187 Lindstrom, Gary E.ETYMA: a framework for modular systemsModularity, i.e. support for the flexible construction, adaptation, and combination of units of software, is an important goal in many systems. In most cases, however, systems achieve only a few aspects of modularity. The problem can be traced to the inflexibility, or the limited view of modularity ...ETYMA; Modularity; Modular systems1994
188 Pascucci, ValerioExploring power behaviors and trade-offs of in-situ data analyticsAs scientific applications target exascale, challenges related to data and energy are becoming dominating concerns. For example, coupled simulation workflows are increasingly adopting in-situ data processing and analysis techniques to address costs and overheads due to data movement and I/O. However...2013-01-01
189 Evans, DavidGraphical man/machine communications: December 1972The object of the graphical man/machine communication effort is the development of computers and computing techniques the people may use interactively in real time to extend their problem-solving capability, and to work cooperatively by means of improved communications via computer. This report summ...Waveform processing; Symbolic computation; Man/machine communications1972-12
190 Warner, Homer R.HELP - A Hospital-Wide System for Computer-Based Support of Decision-MakingBiomedical Informatics1981
191 Warner, Homer R.The HELP SystemBiomedical Informatics1984
192 Brunvand, Erik L.; Carter, JohnImpulse: building a smarter memory controllerImpulse is a new memory system architecture that adds two important features to a traditional memory controller. First, Impulse supports application-specific optimizations through configurable physical address remapping. By remapping physical addresses, applications control how their data is ac...1999
193 Carter, John B.Khazana an infrastructure for building distributed servicesEssentially all distributed systems, applications and service at some level boil down to the problem of managing distributed shared state. Unfortunately, while the problem of managing distributed shared state is shared by man applications, there is no common means of managing the data - every applic...Khazana; Distributed shared state1998
194 Carter, John; Susarla, Sai R.Khazana An infrastructure for building distributed servicesEssentially all distributed systems?? applications?? and services at some level boil down to the problem of man aging distributed shared state Unfortunately?? while the problem of managing distributed shared state is shared by many applications?? there is no common means of managing the data ...Khazana; Distributed shared state1998
195 Lindstrom, Gary E.Layered, server-based support for Object-Oriented application developmentThis paper advocates the idea that the physical modularity (file structure) of application components supported by conventional OS environments can be elevated to the level of logical modularity, which in turn can directly support application development in an object-oriented manner. We demonstrate ...Object-Oriented application development1995
196 Balasubramonian, RajeevMemory hierarchy reconfiguration for energy and performance in general-purpose processor architecturesConventional microarchitectures choose a single memory hierarchy design point targeted at the average application. In this paper we propose a cache and TLB layout and design that leverages repeater insertion to provide dynamic low-cost configurability trading of size and speed on a per application ...Translation lookaside buffer (TLB)2000
197 Carter, John B.MP-LOCKs: Replacing hardware synchronization primitives with message passingShared memory programs guarantee the correctness of concurrent accesses to shared data using interprocessor synchronization operations. The most common synchronization operators are locks, which are traditionally implemented in user-level libraries via a mix of shared memory accesses and hardware sy...MP-LOCKs; Message passing; Shared memory programs; Synchronization operators; Synchronization primitives2011-05
198 Richardson, William F.; Brunvand, Erik L.The NSR processor prototypeThe NSR Non Synchronous RISC processor is a general purpose processor structured as a collection of self timed units that operate concurrently and communicate over bundled data channels in the style of micropipelines?? These units correspond to standard synchronous pipeline stages such as Instr...Self-timed Systems; Asynchronous systems; Micropipelines; FPGAs; RISC processor1992
199 Orr, Douglas B.OMOS - An object server for program executionThe benefits of object-oriented programming are well known, but popular operating systems provide very few object-oriented features to users, and few are implemented using object-oriented techniques themselves. In this paper we discuss a mechanism for applying object-oriented programming concepts to...OMOS; Object server1992
200 Regehr, JohnOperating system support for multimedia: the programming model mattersMultimedia is an increasingly important part of the mix of applications that users run on personal computers and workstations. The requirements placed on a multimedia operating system are demanding and often conflicting: untrusted, independently written soft real-time applications must be able to co...2000-01-01
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