Jos C. Vermeulen

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accuracies and various technical problems, and are therefore not suitable for practical applications [4]. Proposed biochemical methods, such as those based on the accumulation of D-aspartic acid, involve the destructive analysis of specific body parts (such as bones, teeth and ligaments), and suffer from technical issues and bio-degradation [4]. In the(More)
Acknowledgment We express our gratitude to Jos Vermeulen (NIKHE-Amsterdam), Barry Green (RHBNC-Lon-don), Peter Wegner (Zeuthen-Berlin), Adriaan Borgers and Frank Globach (Utrecht University) for useful discussions and helping us in measuring real features on TMS320C40. 20 25 30 35 latency [µs] 0 200 400 600 800 1000 events 8 in parallelism than efficient(More)
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