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(1999)A C++ implementation, ASR  MG++ , of the ASRMG method is described, and experimental results for different submethods are presented.
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(2002)In this thesis we describe the adaptive framework and present the probabilistic models we have developed for the cases in which the replicated content is either static or dynamic. We discuss experimental results that ...
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(1998)In this thesis, we present a new paradigm for developing safe, customizable middleware for the global information infrastructure. The composition of multiple resource management services is necessary to guarantee safe, ...
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(20120627)The onesided communication model (or remote memory access) supported by MPI2 is more convenient to use than the regular twosided send/receive communication model, because it allows the sender to specify all data transfer ...
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(20120206)We describe the spacetime discontinuous Galerkin method, a new type of finiteelement method which promises dramatic improvement in solution speed for hyperbolic problems. These methods require the generation of spacetime ...
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(20120522)This thesis focuses on the feasibility of adding a new dimension to spatial context referred to as orientation. Based on directional antennas and previous work in RSSI based radio distance estimation, this work shows that ...
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(20120206)The high complexity of modern software, and our pervasive reliance on that software, has made the problems of software reliability increasingly important. Yet despite advances in software engineering practice, prerelease ...
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(2000)Third, in order to optimally design the reconfiguration rules in configurators so that the best possible application QoS is achieved, we designed mechanisms and protocols for the Quality of Service probing and profiling ...
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(20100106)This dissertation studies multiagent agreement problems  problems in which a population of agents must agree on some quantity or behavior in a distributed manner. Agreement problems are central in many areas, from the ...
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(1980)Two new algebraic branch and bound methods for the design of Programmable Logic Arrays are presented in this thesis. These produce a minimal sum for a wide range of functions for which conventional methods fail. Programs ...
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(2008)Discrete differential forms arise in scientific disciplines ranging from computational electromagnetics to computer graphics. Examples include stable discretizations of the eddycurrent problem, topological methods for ...
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(1983)This thesis describes an algorithm which automatically integrates systems of ordinary differential equations which have highly oscillatory solutions. Natural variable step derivations of the Generalized Adams and Generalized ...
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(20110525)The pace of mobile networking is rapidly changing. Each year, waves of new smartphones, tablets, netbooks, and laptops are being released to consumers and subsequently being adopted in greater numbers than ever before. ...
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(1987)The thesis addresses the algorithmic design aspect of VLSI circuit layout. We study several optimization problems that arise from various stages of circuit layout. In particular, we consider problems chosen from the area ...
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(1994)Various physical design problems in Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuits and FieldProgrammable Gate Arrays (FPGA) are studied in this thesis. Specifically, we study (1) the area minimization problem in floorplans ...
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(1998)This thesis presents algorithmic techniques that can be used during the logic synthesis phase of the VLSI design flow to reduce the total power consumption in VLSI circuits. These techniques are applicable to circuit ...
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(20140530)The rise of multicore hardware platforms has lead to a new era of computing. In order to take full advantage of the power of multicore processors, developers need to write concurrent code. Unfortunately, as a result of ...
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(2006)Third, we address an important algorithm in machine learning, the maximum margin classifier. Even with a conceptual understanding of how to extend maximum margin algorithms to more complex settings and performance guarantees ...
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