Joseph P. Weigel

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Cache-coherent nonuniform memory access (CC-NUMA) machines have been shown to be a promising paradigm for exploiting distributed execution. CC-NUMA systems can provide performance typically associated with parallel machines, without the high cost associated with parallel programming. This is because a single image of memory is provided on a CC-NUMA machine.(More)
The acoustic reflex (AR) was recorded from 12 healthy mixed-breed dogs. Latency and amplitude were measured from ipsilateral and contralateral AR at stimulus frequencies of 1 and 2 kHz and intensities of 70 to 110 dB sound pressure level for ipsilateral AR and 70 to 120 dB hearing level for contralateral AR. Mean latencies for ipsilateral and contralateral(More)
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