Gail M. Shaw

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swizzling at page fault time: EEciently and compatibly supporting huge addresses on standard hardware. A performance study of alternative object faulting and pointer swizzling strategies. 18 performance between normal (non-compressed) RAM and disk 26]. 24 We are developing adaptive compression techniques that exploit the typical low information content and(More)
Currently available programming and database systems are insufficient for engineering applications. The authors contend that a logical progression from a formal conceptual domain model of engineering to a computational model will lead to new software systems capable of supporting design applications in a rigorous, concise manner. A formal domain model(More)
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