Justin Teller

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DARPA's Ubiquitous High-Performance Computing (UHPC) program asked researchers to develop computing systems capable of achieving energy efficiencies of 50 GOPS/Watt, assuming 2018-era fabrication technologies. This paper describes Runnemede, the research architecture developed by the Intel-led UHPC team. Runnemede is being developed through a co-design(More)
A nationwide prospective collaborative study on ocular trauma was performed in Israel during a period of 3 years (1981 through 1983). Almost half of the traumas (1127 [47%] of 2416 eyes) were sustained by children younger than age 17 years, and mainly between the ages of 6 and 12 years. Most of the injuries happened at home (38.1%) or in the street (26.8%)(More)
High-performance computing has been on an inexorable march from gigascale to tera-and petascale, with many researchers now actively contemplating exascale (10<sup>18</sup>, or a million trillion operations per second) systems. This progression is being accelerated by the rapid increase in multi-and many-core processors, which allow even greater(More)
A nationwide study of patients hospitalized for ocular injuries was conducted in Israel during the years 1981 through 1983, with the participation of 17 ophthalmic departments. The study comprised 2276 patients (2416 eyes), 47% of whom were children. The male-female ratio was 4.3:1. Bilateral injuries occurred in 140 patients, with children sustaining the(More)
Large-scale internet services aim to remain highly available and responsive in the presence of unexpected failures. Providing this service often requires monitoring and analyzing tens of millions of measurements per second across a large number of systems, and one particularly effective solution is to store and query such measurements in a time series(More)
The Open Community Runtime (OCR) is a new runtime system designed to meet the needs of extreme-scale computing. While there is growing support for the idea that future execution models will be based on dynamic tasks, there is little agreement on what else should be included. OCR minimally adds events for synchronization and relocatable data-blocks for data(More)