David Cross

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  • D Cross, R Drefenstedt, J Keller, David Cross, Reinhard Drefenstedt
  • 1993
The class of n{input butterry networks is very important for the design of scalable parallel machines because of constant node degree, depth log n and the existence of routing algorithms capable of delivering n log n packets, forming a log n{relation (log n packets destined to each output), in time O(log n) with constant length buuers. Implementations(More)
Previous studies conducted in our laboratory have demonstrated that intestinal barrier function can be adversely affected by diet ingredients or feed restriction, resulting in increased intestinal inflammation-associated permeability. Two experiments were conducted in broilers to evaluate the effect of three concentrations of Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1; 2, 1.5, or(More)
We investigate implementations of butterry networks. Obvious mappings of network nodes to chips lead to implementations with expensive wiring. We consider Ranade's butterry routing algorithm. For this algorithm, we present a new mapping of network nodes to chips. This mapping only needs half the number of chips and links between chips. The chips'(More)
  • E Jew, B E Fanning, Ms Eibleis, Kirk Williams, Brittany Alexander, Natalie Hall +75 others
  • 2007
Kilombero Valley Teak Company (KVTC) KVTC was set up in 1992 by the Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC) with the aim of creating a viable hardwood reforestation project with teak plantations arranged in a mosaic between natural forests and other natural vegetation. An area of 28,159 ha was leased by KVTC for this purpose. The company is presently(More)
Florivory, or damage to flowers by herbivores, can make flowers less attractive to pollinators, potentially resulting in reduced plant fitness. However, not many studies have combined observations with experiments to assess the causal link between florivory and pollination. We conducted field observations at eight sites in northern California, combined with(More)
In Hardwired to Connect: The New Scientific Case for Authoritative Communities , the authors describe a two-part crisis in children's mental health: " In the midst of unprecedented material affluence, large and growing numbers of U.S. children and adolescents are failing to flourish. In particular, more and more young people are suffering from mental(More)
  • Travis Petersen, Chris Parker, Eric Kangas, Sami Abdul-Wahid, Evan Masters, David Cross +3 others
  • 2008
Using the Undergraduate Research Award provided by the national office of the Society of Physics Students, the CWU chapter of SPS investigated electronic realizations of chaotic systems. The CWU chapter of SPS selected this topic to advance its members' understanding of chaotic systems. J.C. Sprott [2] reported on a class of chaotic differential equations(More)
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