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Portals Direct I/O ("PDIO") is a specialpurpose middleware infrastructure for writing data from compute processor memory on Portals-enabled compute nodes to remote agents anywhere on the WAN in realtime. The prototype implementation provided a means for aggregation of outgoing data through multiple loadbalanced routing daemons, end-to-end parallel data(More)
Indiana University provides powerful compute, storage, and network resources to a diverse local and national research community every day. IU's facilities have been used to support data-intensive applications ranging from digital humanities to computational biology.For this year's bandwidth challenge, several IU researchers will conduct experiments from the(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe a case of rhabdomyolysis in a cadaveric renal transplant (CRT) patient receiving atorvastatin and cyclosporine. CASE SUMMARY A 40-year-old Asian woman with a history of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) presented with bilateral lower-extremity weakness and elevated concentrations of creatine kinase (CK), aspartate aminotransferase,(More)
OBJECTIVE To review the pathophysiology and treatment of HIV wasting syndrome. DATA SOURCES AND STUDY SELECTION MEDLINE searches (January 1987-September 1997) of the English-language medical literature were conducted. Bibliographies were also selected during a manual review. DATA SYNTHESIS HIV-related weight loss, often referred to as HIV wasting(More)
“DMOVER” is a combination of three highly portable scripts and a network optimization specific to the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC). DMOVER provides users with a queue-oriented means for initiating large, parallel, inter-site data transfers that is expected to be familiar to all mainstream high-performance computing users. Its flexibility enables(More)
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