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Locality Sensitive Hashing (LSH) is widely recognized as one of the most promising approaches to similarity search in high-dimensional spaces. Based on LSH, a considerable number of nearest neighbor search algorithms have been proposed in the past, with some of them having been used in many real-life applications. Apart from their demonstrated superior(More)
The utilization bounds for partitioned multiprocessor scheduling are a function of task allocation algorithms and the schedulability conditions selected for uniprocessor scheduling algorithms. In this paper, we use rate-monotonic scheduling on each processor and present the lower and upper limits of the utilization bounds for all reasonable task allocation(More)
To verify the feasibility of real-time task sets on homogeneous multiprocessor systems, Lopez et al. derived the utilization bound based on Best Fit Decreasing allocation algorithm and Rate-Monotonic scheduling, which coincides with the maximum achievable multiprocessor utilization bound, using Liu & Lyland bound as the uniprocessor schedulability(More)
During viral infection in vertebrates, cytokines play important roles in the host defense against the virus. However, the function of cytokines in invertebrates has not been well characterized. In this study, shrimp cytokines involved in viral infection were screened using a cytokine antibody microarray. The results showed that three cytokines, the Fas(More)
A moderately halophilic bacteria designed strain NY-011T was isolated from the high salt culture of Dunaliella salina in Chengdu of Sichuan Province, China. The isolate was Gram-negative, nonmotile, rod-shaped and 12.5–21.6 μm in length. Colonies on solid media are circular, wet, smooth and cream. The strain grew optimally at 37 °C, pH 7.0 and in the(More)
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