Harrison B. Smith

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OBJECTIVE To describe the process involved in using the World Wide Web to coordinate a randomized, multicenter international trial of treatment for twin-twin transfusion syndrome. METHOD A Web site was designed by members of the research team, a Web consultant, and a senior computer programmer. The original intent was to provide patient randomization(More)
A team of researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, NY is building a remote test facility for developing a radio frequency (RF) tomography imaging capability. While at the test site and via batch reservations, they plan on employing the Army Research Laboratory Department of Defense Supercomputer Resource Center MJM distributed memory(More)
Introduction 1 While Moore's Law continues to drive the density of integrated circuits, heat and geometry issues are making it impractical to create faster and faster processors. Instead, more and higher performance systems are being built using multi-core processors or accelerators like Graphics Processor Units (GPUs), Field Programmable Gate Arrays(More)
This paper provides a step-by-step demonstration of a Very High Level Language system, Star-P, on Department of Defense (DoD) high performance computing (HPC) systems. Specifically, we demonstrate how to effect parallel computing in MATLAB and Python via Star-P on the DoD Supercomputing Resource Center (DSRC) Army Research Laboratory (ARL) 4,488-core Intel(More)
PURPOSE To elucidate realistic clinical treatment planning workload and timelines to improve understanding for patients, payers, and other institutions involved in radiotherapy processes. METHODS A web based tool was developed using Oracle Express (Oracle Corp, Redwood City, CA) which allowed communication between the physicians and staff about the(More)
Plant pigmentation has been of major interest to horticulturists for millennia. The ancient Egyptians, for example, cultivated the madder plant ( Rubia tinctorum ) as a source of dye for the ornamentation of mummies, and tribal peoples living before the Common Era in northern Britain tattooed their skin with indigo dye, a fact recorded by Julius Caesar upon(More)