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  • Kapadia, Apu C.; Naldurg, Prasad G.; Campbell, Roy H. (2006-01)
    We present a model for trustworthy communication with respect to security and privacy in heterogeneous networks. In general, existing privacy protocols assume independently operated nodes spread over the Internet. Most of ...

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  • Bramley, Randall Barry (1989)
    Row projection (RP) methods for solving linear systems of equations are algorithms that require orthogonal projections onto the set of solutions of subsets of the equations. RP methods are categorized and their convergence ...

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  • Silberman, Ami Abraham (1997)
    The results of the design and development of RTM are presented in three parts. First, the various models (task-graph, real-time macro data-flow, and an object-oriented abstract implementation model) are presented, as are ...

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  • Franz, F.A. (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1965-02)

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  • Abdelmeguid, Mohamed Ezzeldin Elsayed Ahmed (2017-12-11)
    This thesis presents an investigation for the elastic deformation of two-phase fibril composites with soft inclusions, specifically, the influence of soft inclusions on the behavior of fibrils under compressive loading. ...

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  • Butz, Martin Volker (2004)
    Rule-based evolutionary online learning systems, often referred to as Michigan-style learning classifier systems (LCSs), were proposed nearly thirty years ago (Holland, 1976; Holland, 1977) originally calling them cognitive ...

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  • Lai, Feipei (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1987-07)

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  • Butz, Martin (2004-09)
    Rule-based evolutionary online learning systems, often referred to as Michigan-style learning classifier systems (LCSs), were proposed nearly thirty years ago (Holland, 1976; Holland, 1977) originally calling them cognitive ...

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  • Butz, Martin (2004-09)
    Rule-based evolutionary online learning systems, often referred to as Michigan-style learning classifier systems (LCSs), were proposed nearly thirty years ago (Holland, 1976; Holland, 1977) originally calling them cognitive ...

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  • Seo, Seokje (2015-10-20)
    The thesis discusses pre-compiler optimization using rule-based rewriting. Our goal is to facilitate the proof of correctness of the process of program optimization. A source-to-source optimizer based on the proposed ...

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  • Panat, Rahul Padmakar; Hsia, K. Jimmy; Oldham, Joseph W. (Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 2003-12)
    Bond coat (BC) surface rumpling has been identified as one of the important mechanisms that can lead to failure of the thermal barrier coatings. The driving force behind rumpling—whether the stresses in the thermally grown ...

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  • Merten, Matthew Carl (2002)
    This thesis presents a hardware mechanism for generating and deploying run-time optimized code. The system exploits program execution phasing by automatically detecting and optimizing the instruction sequences that comprise ...

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  • Pickels, George Wellington (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, College of Engineering. Engineering Experiment Station., 1931)

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  • Johnson, Teresa Louise (1998)
    The objective of this dissertation is to improve cache effectiveness, taking advantage of the growing chip area, utilizing run-time adaptive cache management techniques, and optimizing both performance and cost of ...

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  • Rauchwerger, Lawrence (1995)
    The goal of parallelizing, or restructuring, compilers is to detect and exploit parallelism in sequential programs written in conventional languages. Current parallelizing compilers do a reasonable job of extracting ...

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  • Karamcheti, Vijay (1998)
    The execution framework has been implemented in the Illinois Concert System, targeting the ICC++ language. Evaluation of mechanisms on two target platforms, the Cray T3D and the SGI Origin 2000, for four large irregular ...

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  • Cavatorta, M.P.; Whittenhall, J.; Cusano, C. (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Center. College of Engineering. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1999-09)
    In Part I of this two part paper, extensive surface analysis is done to examine surface changes caused by different run-in procedures on 390-T6 aluminum pins sliding against 1018 carburized steel disks. The area contact ...

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  • Kunzman, David (2012-09-18)
    In the last several years, there has been a growing interest in utilizing accelerator technologies within the realm of high performance computing (HPC). Some of these technologies include the Cell processor (Cell), graphics ...

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  • Rosu, Grigore; Schulte, Wolfram; Serbanuta, Traian Florin (2009-03)
    C is the most widely used imperative system's implementation language. While C provides types and high-level abstractions, its design goal has been to provide highest performance which often requires low-level access to ...

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  • Rosu, Grigore; Schulte, Wolfram; Serbanuta, Traian Florin (2009-03)
    C is the most widely used imperative system's implementation language. While C provides types and high-level abstractions, its design goal has been to provide highest performance which often requires low-level access to ...

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