George Tien

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In this paper, we describe a six-transistor static random access memory (SRAM) cell optimization methodology for transistors with significantly improved matching, while maintaining compatibility with the baseline design. We briefly describe the reduced AV<sub>T</sub> transistors and show that they allow substantially improved minimum SRAM operating voltage(More)
BACKGROUND A major effort is underway to integrate primary and community care in Canada's western province of British Columbia and in Fraser Health, its largest health authority. Integrated care is a critical component of Fraser Health's planning, to meet the challenges of caring for a growing, elderly population that is presenting more complex and chronic(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the characteristics of individuals found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder (NCRMD) after the 1992 Criminal Code amendments and to track their movement through the forensic system, as well as to unveil the changes to British Columbia's forensic psychiatric system that resulted from Bill C-30. METHOD Profile(More)
Although a considerable amount of attention has been paid to the development and implementation of mental health services in prisons, relatively little work has focused on the provision of such services to jails. Jails generally serve two purposes: (1) they hold inmates awaiting arraignment or trial and (2) they serve as short-term correctional facilities(More)
In this paper, we describe a six-transistor static random access memory (SRAM) cell optimization methodology for transistors with significantly improved matching, while maintaining compatibility with the baseline design. We briefly describe the reduced AV<sub>T</sub> transistors and show that they allow substantially improved minimum SRAM operating voltage(More)
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