Edward Tashjian

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Sensory nerve action potentials may be evoked antidromically (AD) by stimulating a nerve proximally and recording distally, or orthodromically (OD) by stimulating distally and recording over the nerve trunk proximally. The objective of this study was to compare OD and AD distal latencies in healthy subjects. Fifty-two volunteers (average age 30 years) were(More)
This work is the first to present global routing models for capturing the impact of local congestion caused by varying-size vias. The models are then incorporated to dynamically drive a proposed layer assignment algorithm. A typical characteristic of advanced technology nodes is significantly-high variation in wire sizes that may exist between adjacent(More)
The measurement of sensory nerve action potential (SNAP) latency and amplitude is often necessary to accurately diagnose disorders of peripheral nerves. The sensory evoked response can be obtained using either the antidromic (AD) or orthodromic (OD) technique. In a previous study we demonstrated that in healthy subjects the AD SNAP distal latency of median(More)
This work tackles the problem of reverse engineering a gate-level netlist in order to identify groups of wires corresponding to words. It serves as the major step to find high-level modules and analyze their correct functionality in the presence of Hardware Trojans. Our core idea is to find and utilize control signals to more effectively identify words.(More)
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