Near Threshold ComputingNear Threshold Computing



This book explores near-threshold computing (NTC), a design-space using techniques to run digital chips (processors) near the lowest possible voltage.

Author: Michael Hübner

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319233895

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This book explores near-threshold computing (NTC), a design-space using techniques to run digital chips (processors) near the lowest possible voltage. Readers will be enabled with specific techniques to design chips that are extremely robust; tolerating variability and resilient against errors. Variability-aware voltage and frequency allocation schemes will be presented that will provide performance guarantees, when moving toward near-threshold manycore chips. · Provides an introduction to near-threshold computing, enabling reader with a variety of tools to face the challenges of the power/utilization wall; · Demonstrates how to design efficient voltage regulation, so that each region of the chip can operate at the most efficient voltage and frequency point; · Investigates how performance guarantees can be ensured when moving towards NTC manycores through variability-aware voltage and frequency allocation schemes.

Federal RegisterFederal Register



If the resulting amount is not a multiple of $300, it is rounded to the nearest
multiple of $300. - - Amount * Multiplying ... for increasing the threshold.
Computation Under the formula, the domestic employee coverage threshold
amount for 2013 is ...

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Compilation of the Social Security Laws Including the Social Security Act as Amended and Related Enactments Through January 1 2009Compilation of the Social Security Laws Including the Social Security Act as Amended and Related Enactments Through January 1 2009



Computation Under the formula, the domestic employee coverage threshold
amount for 2008 shall be equal to the 1995 amount of ... If the amount so
determined is not a multiple of $100, it shall be rounded to the nearest multiple of
$100.

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Computing Anticipatory SystemsComputing Anticipatory Systems



Near threshold , only a few pair states are kinematically accessible . The rates
are dependent on the polarization of the incoming photon . Following common
practice , here we adopt the convention that photon linear polarizations are such
that ...

Author: D. Dubois

Publisher: American Institute of Physics

ISBN: UCSD:31822036973899

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These proceedings deal with a selection of papers presented at the 8th International Conference CASYS’07, on COMPUTING ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS, 6-11 August 2007, held at HEC Management School - University of Liege, Liège, Belgium. The content of these proceedings deals with the most recent Research & Development in the area of theoretical developments and applications in the modelling and computing of anticipation in any fields of natural and artificial systems. A computing anticipatory system is a system that computes its current states in taking into account its past and present states but also its potential future states. Strong anticipation refers to an anticipation of events built by or embedded in a system. Weak anticipation refers to an anticipation of events predicted or forecasted from a model of a system. This volume contains the first invited lecture “Neural Approach to Machine Consciousness”, by Prof. Dr Igor Aleksander, FREng (UK) who received the CHAOS AWARD, and the second invited lecture “Quantum Mechanics, Pattern Recognition, and the Mammalian Brain”, by Dr George Chapline (USA) who received the CASYS AWARD. The peer reviewed papers that received a BEST PAPER AWARD at CASYS’07, and some invited papers are included in these proceedings. Adel F. Antippa (Canada) and Daniel M. Dubois (Belgium) presented the continuation of their original research project on discrete physics with their third fundamental paper “Synchronous Discrete Harmonic Oscillator” that also appears in these proceedings. The interdisciplinary outstanding topics of these proceedings are readable by researchers and scientists with a university background.

Neural ComputationNeural Computation



The distribution Pe( Vo ) tells us that the excitatory neurons consist of two pools:
one with resting membrane potential well below threshold, and one with resting
membrane potential near threshold. About half the neurons in the latter pool are ...

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Research Report Avco Everett Research LaboratoryResearch Report Avco Everett Research Laboratory



In general for an unsaturated laser amplifier or for a laser oscillator near
threshold the computation of the laser power density may be difficult. There are,
however, two quantities which may be calculated easily: (1) If we consider a
small sample ...

Author: Avco Corporation. Everett Research Laboratory

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SIAM Journal on ComputingSIAM Journal on Computing



For level 1 , when the threshold , k , is such that k < bp ' , almost every item set
with l items ( ( \ ) item sets ) is frequent . Once l is ... Often the dotted and / or
dashed curves are so close to the solid curve that they don ' t show up . Figures 5
, 7 ...

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Proceedings of the Annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed ComputingProceedings of the Annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing



Threshold ( milliseconds ) Average delay ( milliseconds ) 100 1000 7 . ... Near the
lowest values of i , only action 2 is enabled ( since there is guaranteed to be a
waiting message from P2 ) , and similarly , near the highest values of i , only ...

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Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Computational Learning TheoryProceedings of the Annual Conference on Computational Learning Theory



( The other way around if the threshold function contains the variable negated . )
The difference will be detectable after a polynomial - sized sample has been
observed , unless p is very close to 0 or 1 , in which case we can output the
function ...

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Particle Production Near ThresholdParticle Production Near Threshold



... we shall start with discussion on the meson photoproduction from the near
threshold . Table I contrasts the eta photoproduction from the more familiar pi -
zero photoproduction at the respective thresholds , by computing the Eo +
multipole in ...

Author: Hermann Nann

Publisher: American Institute of Physics

ISBN: UCAL:B4128476

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Physicists and researchers working in nuclear and high-energy physics

Second Colloquium on Advanced Computing Methods in Theoretical PhysicsSecond Colloquium on Advanced Computing Methods in Theoretical Physics



F ( 0 , ) - det som F ( t ' , ) , ( 16 ) the numerator ( t ' - 4m ) depresses the
contribution to the integral for t ' near threshold , and the denominator t ' restores
convergence at infinity . Equivalence with Eos ( 11 ) is easily seen , on account of
the ...

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Recommended Method for Computing Noise Contours Around AirportsRecommended Method for Computing Noise Contours Around Airports



5.4.3 With no threshold , the average maximum sound level ( 5.4.2 a ) ) occurring
at the observer location ( x , y ) can be expressed as Lmax ( x , y ) = 10.logs : 104
... 1 5-4 Recommended Method for Computing Noise Contours Around Airports ...

Author: International Civil Aviation Organization

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ISBN: UIUC:30112098208363

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Proceedings of the 1978 International Optical Computing Conference September 5 7 1978 London EnglandProceedings of the 1978 International Optical Computing Conference September 5 7 1978 London England



Three separate approaches have been 1nvest 19ated: half to ne non l l near
processing with threshold devices; direct processing using nonl 1 near dev 1 Ce
character 1 stics; and var lable-gra ting mode (VGM) liquid crystal light valve (
LCLV) ...

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Photoproduction of Positive Pions from Hydrogen Near ThresholdPhotoproduction of Positive Pions from Hydrogen Near Threshold



... expansion . He a ims particularly at describing the cross section near threshold
where the production amplitude is almost real . He neglects the small p - wave
phase shifts when computing the imaginary part of the amplitude and uses the 3
86.

Author: Maurice Jacques Bazin

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105030299924

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Lattice Lattice



Fixed order computation of it production near threshold . The curves are LO (
dotted ) , NLO ( dashed ) and NNLO ( solid . ) Uses the 15 mass - scheme ( 30 -
32 ] Figure 13 . Renormalization group improved computation of it production
near ...

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