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  1-5 of 5 Reviews about "Miscellaneous (B.3.m)": Date Reviewed
  Predicting the behaviour of G-RAM networks
Lockwood G., Aleksander I.  Neural Networks 16(1): 91-100, 2003. Type: Article

G-RAM is a branch of study in neural networks and artificial intelligence. A neural network is a simulation of a group of neurons. For simplification purposes, in this paper, binary inputs and outputs are considered in a neural network. RAM means ...

Jul 7 2004
  Design and analysis of low-power cache using two-level filter scheme
Chang Y., Ruan S., Lai F.  IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems 11(4): 568-580, 2003. Type: Article

It is well known that modern computers increase their computational power at a rate larger than Moore’s law. What it is not common knowledge is that the electrical power consumption of modern processors is increasing as well....

Jan 21 2004
  The genesis of microprogramming
Wilkes M.  IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 8(2): 116-126, 1986. Type: Article

This paper is in three parts. The second and third parts are reprints of two seminal papers [1,2]. The first part of this paper is a retrospective introduction by their author....

Dec 1 1986
  The reliability of computer memories
McEliece R.  Scientific American 252(1): 88-95, 1985. Type: Article

The author presents the background of why error-correcting codes are successful in making computer memories reliable. After discussing the causes of soft errors in computer memories, McEliece presents the method of using Hamming codes to correct s...

Feb 1 1986
  An example of microprocessor’s application in minicomputer systems: a copy volume design and implementation
Brusamolino M., Reina L., Spalla M.  Microprocessing and Microprogramming 13(5): 331-339, 1984. Type: Article

Providing ad-hoc processing power for the management of the backing store is a well-known technique for increasing parallelism [1]. A further advantage is the modularized decomposition of functionalities, which ensures [2]. This may prove useful n...

Sep 1 1985
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