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We present the case of a 35-year-old man with a new onset of seizure disorder who was found to harbor an intraparenchymal retained foreign body related to remote orbital trauma. Imaging revealed a rim-enhancing anterior medial temporal lobe mass. Histologic evaluation of the resected mass showed evidence of acute and chronic inflammation with associated(More)
Priority queues are data structures that maintain a list of data sorted first by priority and second by order of insertion (first in first out). These data structures are used in network routers to schedule outgoing packets from streams requiring various quality of service. Priority queues have also been used in hybrid operating systems that employ hardware(More)
In this paper, we present a methodology, based on an Enhanced Genetic Algorithm (EGA), for assigning data objects to dual-bank memories. Our approach is global, and special effort is made to identify those objects that could potentially benefit from an assignment to a specific memory, or perhaps duplication in both memories. The enhancements to the genetic(More)
— The system on chip paradigm consists of one or more instruction set processors integrated with custom hardware on a single integrated circuit. A uni-processor real-time kernel is presented that integrates hardware coprocessors by viewing them as system resources to be scheduled in conjunction with the processor. The kernel implements the earliest-deadline(More)
Although epilepsy is associated with a variety of abnormalities, exactly why some brain regions produce seizures and others do not is not known. We developed a method to identify cellular changes in human epileptic neocortex using transcriptional clustering. A paired analysis of high and low spiking tissues recorded in vivo from 15 patients predicted 11(More)
Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are in widespread use in today's mobile phones and are likely to drive the next generation of large area displays and solid-state lighting. Here we show steps towards their utility as a platform technology for biophotonics, by demonstrating devices capable of optically controlling behaviour in live animals. Using(More)