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A 14-mW 6.25-Gb/s Transceiver in 90-nm CMOS
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This paper describes a 6.25-Gb/s 14-mW transceiver in 90-nm CMOS for chip-to-chip applications. Expand
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A 4.3GB/s mobile memory interface with power-efficient bandwidth scaling
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A 4.3GB/s mobile memory interface built in TSMC 40nm LP CMOS uses burst transactions and low power states to enable power-efficient bandwidth scaling. Expand
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Health profiles of Hamilton: Spatial characterisation of neighbourhoods for health investigations
This paper is part of a larger research program which employs a mixed-methods approach to study the determinants of health at the local level using specific neighborhoods in Hamilton, Ontario,Expand
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Spreadsheet modelling best practice
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The Social Determinants of Health and the Role of the Health Care System: A Case Study of the Significance of Good Governance in Public Hospitals in South Africa
Increasingly international and national policies are being directed at actions for the social determinants of health and for an integrated approach to health care provision, not only in terms ofExpand
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BREAKING THE FRAMEBUFFER BOTTLENECK : THE CASE FOR LOGIC-ENHANCED MEMORIES
A central problem in designing interactive graphics systems is the bandwidth bottleneck between the rasterizer, the engine that computes pixel values for each primitive in a scene, and the frameExpand
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Coarse-Grain and Fine-Grain Parallelism in the Next Generation Pixel-Planes Graphics System TRBS-014
Coarse-Grain and Fine-Grain Parallelism in the Next Generation Pixel-planes Graphics System Henry Fuchs, John PouHon, John Eyles, Trey Greer Department of Computer Science University of NorthExpand
Supercomputing power for interactive visualization. Progress report, Oct 90-Mar 91
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The authors work over the past several years has explored multicomputer architectures for three dimensional graphics that offer the promise of scalability, very high performance, and greater flexibility and range of application than today's systems. Expand