Jacob Jan-David Mol

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We propose an online resource allocation solution for multiprocessor systems-on-chip, that executes several real-time, streaming media jobs simultaneously. The system consists of up to 24 processors connected by an AEthereal [7] Network-on-Chip (NoC) of 4 to 12 routers. A job is a set of processing tasks connected by FIFO channels. Each job can be(More)
Peer-to-peer file-sharing networks depend on peers uploading data to each other. Some peers, called free-riders, will not upload data unless there is an incentive to do so. Algorithms designed to prevent free-riding typically assume that connectivity is not a problem. However, on the Internet, a large fraction of the peers resides behind a firewall or NAT,(More)
The BitTorrent protocol is by far the most popular protocol for offline peer-to-peer video distribution on the Internet. BitTorrent has previously been extended to support the streaming of recorded video, that is, Video-on-Demand (VoD). In this paper, we take this support for video streaming a step further by presenting extensions to BitTorrent for(More)
A number of fixation and decalcification procedures were evaluated to determine their suitability for immunohistochemistry on trephine samples of bone marrow after paraffin embedding. In particular, the immunoreactivity of antigens characteristic for various hematopoietic cell lines (immunoglobulin heavy and light chains for plasmacytoid cells; elastase for(More)
The case history of a patient with Budd-Chiari syndrome (BCS) is described. The underlaying disease proved to be essential thrombocytosis. Congential elliptocytosis was also present. The value of the conventional liver scan, percutaneous splenoportoscintigraphy and isotopic phlebography of the inferior vena cava in the diagnosis of BCS is described. It is(More)
A patient is described with immunoblastic non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and autoimmune haemolytic anaemia of the cold autoantibody type. The autoantibodies were monoclonal IgM-kappa cold haemagglutinins/haemolysins with blood-group specificity, anti-P. Red-cell autoantibodies directed against blood-group-P antigen have until now only been detected, as polyclonal(More)
A 48-year-old male patient from Surinam presented with anorexia, nausea and weight loss. An extreme hypercalcaemia of 5.08 mmol/l was found. Further diagnostic investigations showed that this patient had a HTLV-1 positive adult T-cell leukaemia/lymphoma (ATL/L). This is often associated with multilobularly nucleated lymphocytes, bone destruction and(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the active implementation of the Dutch Institute for Healthcare Improvement's guideline for the diagnostic work-up for pulmonary embolism in a general training hospital, and to analyse reasons for not following the guideline strategy. DESIGN Partly retrospective and partly prospective. METHOD The diagnostic strategy was analysed(More)