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The book is 537 pages long and is divided in ten chapters, in which the author gives an excellent and complete introduction to all aspects related to discrete-event computer simulation. Although the author uses a clear language and does not pre-suppose any discrete-event simulation knowledge from the reader, some background in probability theory, statistics… (More)

- Ivan Rodero, Juan Jaramillo, Andres Quiroz, Manish Parashar, Francesc Guim, Stephen W. Poole
- International Conference on Green Computing
- 2010

As energy efficiency and associated costs become key concerns, consolidated and virtualized data centers and clouds are attractive computing platforms for data- and compute- intensive applications. These platforms provide an abstraction of nearly-unlimited computing resources through the elastic use of pools of consolidated resources, and provide… (More)

As energy efficiency and associated costs become key concerns, consolidated and virtualized data centers and clouds are attractive computing platforms for data- and compute-intensive applications. Recently, these platforms are also being considered for more traditional high-performance computing (HPC) applications. However, maximizing energy efficiency,… (More)

- Emmanuel Njeuhmeli, Katharine E. Kripke, +7 authors Owen M. Mugurungi
- PloS one
- 2014

BACKGROUND
Fourteen African countries are scaling up voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) for HIV prevention. Several devices that might offer alternatives to the three WHO-approved surgical VMMC procedures have been evaluated for use in adults. One such device is PrePex, which was prequalified by the WHO in May 2013. We utilized data from one of the… (More)

- Mathieu Beau, Juan Jaramillo, Adolfo del Campo
- Entropy
- 2016

The finite-time operation of a quantum heat engine that uses a single particle as a working medium generally increases the output power at the expense of inducing friction that lowers the cycle efficiency. We propose to scale up a quantum heat engine utilizing a many-particle working medium in combination with the use of shortcuts to adiabaticity to boost… (More)

- Jiawen Deng, Juan Jaramillo, Peter Hänggi, Jiangbin Gong
- Entropy
- 2017

Jiawen Deng 1,2, Juan D. Jaramillo 2, Peter Hänggi 2,3,4,5 and Jiangbin Gong 1,2,* ID 1 NUS Graduate School for Integrative Science and Engineering, Singapore 117597, Singapore; e0008730@u.nus.edu 2 Department of Physics, National University of Singapore, Singapore 117546, Singapore; judijasa@gmail.com (J.D.J.); hanggi@physik.uni-augsburg.de (P.H.) 3 Center… (More)

- Nicolás Guarín-Zapata, Juan Gómez, Juan Jaramillo
- ArXiv
- 2014

Approximate numerical techniques, for the solution of the elastic wave scattering problem over semi-infinite domains are reviewed. The approximations involve the representation of the half-space by a boundary condition described in terms of 2D boundary element discretizations. The classical BEM matrices are initially re-written into the form of a dense… (More)

- Juan Jaramillo, Artur Zarzycki, July Galeano Zea, Patrick Sandoz
- Sensors
- 2017

This article concerns the characterization of the stability and performance of a motorized stage used in laser direct writing lithography. The system was built from commercial components and commanded by G-code. Measurements use a pseudo-periodic-pattern (PPP) observed by a camera and image processing is based on Fourier transform and phase measurement… (More)

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