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Graphics processor units (GPUs) are designed to efficiently exploit thread level parallelism (TLP), multiplexing execution of 1000s of concurrent threads on a relatively smaller set of single-instruction, multiple-thread (SIMT) cores to hide various long latency operations. While threads within a CUDA block/OpenCL workgroup can communicate efficiently(More)
While scalable coherence has been extensively studied in the context of general purpose chip multiprocessors (CMPs), GPU architectures present a new set of challenges. Introducing conventional directory protocols adds unnecessary coherence traffic overhead to existing GPU applications. Moreover, these protocols increase the verification complexity of the(More)
To report the changes seen in the photoreceptor layer during the acute phase of sympathetic ophthalmia. Six consecutive patients diagnosed with sympathetic ophthalmia were enrolled in the study. All 6 patients had a fundus fluorescein angiogram and spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan carried out at presentation. The outer retinal segment(More)
The objective of this article is to increase our understanding of the root canal system of the anomalous structures like paramolar tubercles. The knowledge of the internal anatomy of the paramolar tubercles is very important as they influence the treatment modalities and associated problems in many dental disciplines. This case report investigates the(More)
Supercomputers are prone to frequent faults that adversely affect their performance, reliability and functionality. System logs collected on these systems are a valuable resource of information about their operational status and health. However, their massive size, complexity, and lack of standard format makes it difficult to automatically extract(More)
The Gnutella protocol of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks has undergone several changes since its inception in the beginning of this century. However, despite the large number of revisions to the original version of the protocol, Gnutella suffers from serious problems of dead searches, complexity in study of network topology and network overloading. In this(More)
AIM To compare the efficacy of part-time versus full-time occlusion for treatment of amblyopia in children aged 7-12 years. MATERIALS AND METHODS Prospective interventional case series. One hundred children between 7-12 years of age with anisometropic (57), strabismic (25) and mixed (18) unilateral amblyopia were randomized (simple randomization) into(More)