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The feasibility of large-scale genome-wide association studies of complex human disorders depends on the availability of accurate and efficient genotyping methods for single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). We describe a new platform of the invader assay, a biplex assay, where both alleles are interrogated in a single reaction tube. The assay was evaluated(More)
Most research in the area of microarchitectural performance analysis is done using trace-driven simulations. Although trace-driven simulations are fairly accurate, they are both timeand space-consuming which makes them sometimes impractical. Modeling the execution of a computer program by a statistical profile and generating a synthetic benchmark trace from(More)
We have developed ESCAPE, an easy-to-use, highly interactive portable PC-based simulation environment aimed at the support of computer architecture education. The environment can simulate both a microprogrammed architecture and a pipelined architecture with single pipeline. Both architectures are custom-made, with a certain amount of configurability. Other(More)
One of the problems in future processors will be the resource conflicts caused by several load/store units competing to access the same cache bank. The traditional approach for handling this case is by introducing buffers combined with a cross-bar. This approach suffers from (i) the nondeterministic latency of a load/store and (ii) the extra latency caused(More)