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From the perspective of systems science, tumorigenesis can be hypothesized as a critical transition (an abrupt shift from one state to another) between proliferative and apoptotic attractors on the state space of a molecular interaction network, for which an attractor is defined as a stable state to which all initial states ultimately converge, and the(More)
This paper describes a dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) scheme for the dynamic power management (DPM) of the extendable instruction set computing processor. The DVFS circuit comprises a digitally-controlled DC-DC buck converter with a dual VCDL-based ADC and a low-power and low-jitter DLL-based clock generator with self-calibration. The(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Epilepsy is the second most common disease of the brain. Epilepsy makes it difficult for patients to live a normal life because it is difficult to predict when seizures will occur. In this regard, if seizures could be predicted a reasonable period of time before their occurrence, epilepsy patients could take precautions against them(More)
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