Allison Holloway

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BACKGROUND Athletes are expected to consider multiple factors when making informed decision about nutritional supplement use. Besides rules, regulations and potential health hazards, the efficacy of different nutritional supplements in performance enhancement is a key issue. The aim of this paper was to find evidence for informed decision making by(More)
BACKGROUND The widespread use of nutritional supplements among athletes is poorly understood. The prevalence of supplement intake and users' knowledge have been researched independently leading to useful, but disconnected, information on supplement use. METHODS The 'UK Sport 2005 Drug Free Survey' data (n = 874) were re-analysed using association [chi2](More)
Over the last few years, the information technology industry has witnessed revolutions in multiple dimensions. Increasing ubiquitous sources of data have posed two connected challenges to data management solutions – processing unprecedented volumes of data, and providing ad-hoc real-time analysis in mainstream production data stores without compromising(More)
Oracle Database In-Memory (DBIM) accelerates analytic workload performance by orders of magnitude through an in-memory columnar format utilizing techniques such as SIMD vector processing, in-memory storage indexes, and optimized predicate evaluation and aggregation. With Oracle Database 12.2, Database In-Memory is further enhanced to accelerate analytic(More)
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