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• (1995)
Considerable research has produced a plethora of efficient methods of exploiting parallelism on dedicated machines. On typical real systems, however, some of the important assumptions that lead to efficiency on a dedicated ...

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• ([Urbana] : College of Commerce and Business Administration, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign,, June 1981)

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• (2011-08-26)
This thesis briefly reviews the important methods involved in solving the best design selection problem in the discrete-event system simulation. The selection of one or several best designs is a common problem people meet ...

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• (2007)
The experimental results motivate the design of new coarsening algorithms to improve the performance of coarse-grid selection itself. A new algorithm labeled Bucket Sorted Independent Sets (BSIS) is developed and contributes ...

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• (2007-05)
Solving partial differential equations (PDEs) using analytical techniques is intractable for all but the simplest problems. Many computational approaches to approximate solutions to PDEs yield large systems of linear ...

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• (2013-05-17)
We present different methods to achieve max/min fairness in distributed systems. Max/Min fairness allows full utilization of resource capacities as long as there is demand for them. The capacity unused by some sources ...

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• (2008)
In the end, this dissertation proposes an interesting future work, which is to find a set of variables protecting which it can most likely catch harmful errors that would cause Silent Data Corruption to the program. By ...

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As semiconductor technology scales into the deep submicron regime the occurrence of transient or soft errors will increase. This will require new approaches to error detection. Software checking approaches are attractive ...

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• (1993)
We present a new Chebyshev-Arnoldi algorithm for finding the lowest energy eigen-functions of an elliptic operator. The algorithm, which is essentially the same for symmetric, nonsymmetric, and complex nonhermitian matrices, ...

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• (1995)
The Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method is limited by memory requirements and computation time when applied to large problems, complicated geometries, or geometries with fine features. In this thesis, the nonuniform ...

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• (International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, 23-Jun-15)
Translational-to-vibrational energy transfer (ET) from a hyperthermal H atom to ambient SO$_{2}$ was characterized using time-resolved Fourier transform infrared emission spectroscopy. Vibrational excitation of SO$_{2}$, ...

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• (2007)
Finally, recent proposals for Speculative Tasking have called for signatures in hardware to accelerate memory disambiguation. To take full advantage of signatures, this thesis presents SoftBulk, a novel architecture that ...

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• (2007-08)
Improving application performance is a major challenge for computer architects. Two important reasons for it are the shift to multi-core architectures, which will no longer emphasize improvements in instruction-level ...

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• (Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1997)
This paper describes our recent work on content-based visual query with emphasis on automatic visual feature extraction, efficient feature indexing, and feature-assisted search and browsing. Efficient techniques for ...

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• (1980)
This thesis is divided into three main parts. In the first part a new technique for near-field computation is proposed. Integral representations of the radiating near field are obtained by making Fresnel approximations in ...

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• (1998)
Finally, we present a diagnosis test generation method using an adaptive diagnosis scheme. This approach achieves high diagnostic resolution with few required measurements.

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• (2013-08-28)

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• (2014-01-16)
The actor model is a model of concurrent programming that consists of concurrent entities called actors. Actors communicate using asynchronous messages, and depending on the order in which they receive messages, they may ...

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• (2006)
The model is then improved to add coupling of heat flow and stress generation that are increment-wise coupled through the size of the interfacial gap. Coupled results are first verified with a solidifying slice, and then ...

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