Joe Bolding

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Given the recent advent of the multicore era [1], research efforts in the area of high performance, low latency runtime systems have increased significantly. This research has given birth to new techniques in low-overhead scheduling techniques, small-memory footprint parallel execution units and kernel-free contextual environments. This paper presents a(More)
Given the recent advent of the multicore era [1], we find that parallel application performance is no longer solely gated by an architecture's core arithmetic unit performance. Memory bandwidth has failed to grow at the same rate as effective core density. This paper presents a framework for constructing tightly coupled, chip-multithreading [CMT] processors(More)
B+ Tree structured index searches are one of the most fundamental database operations and hence, accelerating them is exigent. GPUs provide a compelling mix of performance-per-watt and performanceper-dollar and thus, are an attractive platform for accelerating B+ Tree searches. However, tree search on discrete GPUs presents significant challenges for(More)
Following the technique of Southern blot restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLP) analysis, we generated a database of DNA profiles at five Variable Number of Tandem Repeats loci (D1S7, D2S44, D4S139, D10S28, and D17S79) for 669 individuals of three major ethnic populations (Caucasians, Blacks, and Hispanics) of Houston, Texas. Analysis of fragment(More)
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