Jatan P. Shah

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Previous studies in our laboratory showed that neurite outgrowth in vitro and nerve regeneration in vivo were stimulated by 2 Hz, 0.3 mT (3 G) pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF). To learn more about the effects of PEMF on nerve cells, we exposed PC6 cells, a standard neuronal-like cell model, to the same pulsed electromagnetic fields for 2 h/day for 2(More)
—The increase in the circuit complexity of a wide-issue processor with its pipeline width is one of the primary concerns of the processor designers. In the conventional design, hardware in the processor core is laid out to handle multiple instructions with two-source operands in each pipeline stage. However, analysis of characteristics of the SPEC2000(More)
Current day wide-issue processors require the fetch engine in the frontend to continuously supply instructions to the issue queue in the backend to extract maximum possible amount of instruction level parallelism (ILP). Further, due to the continuous access of level-1 instruction cache (IL1) for fetching instructions, the power dissipation due to switching(More)
The increase in the complexity of a wide-issue processor with its pipeline width is one of the primary concerns of processor designers. In the conventional design, the hardware in the processor core is laid out to handle multiple instructions with two source operands in each pipeline stage. However, an analysis of SPEC2000 programs reveals that an integer(More)
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