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The switch to Multi-core systems has ended the reliance on the single processor for increase in performance and moved into Parallelism. However, the exponential growth in performance of the single processor in the 80's and 90's had overshadowed the drive for efficient Parallelism and relegate it into a niche research area, mostly for High Performance… (More)
Threaded Data-Flow systems schedule threads based on data-availability i.e. a thread can be scheduled for execution only after all its inputs have been generated by its producer threads. This requires that all data dependencies are resolved. Two approaches are typically utilized for resolving the dependencies:- Compile-time: which is efficient but cannot… (More)
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Dissemination Level: PU PU Public PP Restricted to other programs participant (including the Commission Services) RE Restricted to a group specified by the consortium (including the Commission Services) CO Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services) UCY UCY parts 1.1 Pedro Trancoso UCY Added contributions from… (More)
In this paper we show that a " locally Lipschitz " locally compact transformation group acting continuously and effectively on a connected paracompact locally Euclidean topological manifold is a Lie group. This is a contribution to the proof of the Hilbert-Smith conjecture. It generalizes the classical Bochner-Montgomery-Kuranishi Theorem[1, 9] and also the… (More)
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T he Russian military's foray into the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea in late February 2014 set in motion a chain of events that some observers fear threatens to dismantle the post-Cold War order presumed to be based on global integration and the rule of international law.1 Such observations are overblown and bear close, critical scrutiny. After such an… (More)