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The PARSEC benchmark suite: Characterization and architectural implications
This paper presents and characterizes the Princeton Application Repository for Shared-Memory Computers (PARSEC), a benchmark suite for studies of Chip-Multiprocessors (CMPs), and shows that the benchmark suite covers a wide spectrum of working sets, locality, data sharing, synchronization and off-chip traffic. Expand
Image Super-Resolution Using Very Deep Residual Channel Attention Networks
This work proposes a residual in residual (RIR) structure to form very deep network, which consists of several residual groups with long skip connections, and proposes a channel attention mechanism to adaptively rescale channel-wise features by considering interdependencies among channels. Expand
Monitoring: Which Institutions Matter?
Within a cost-benefit framework, we hypothesize that independent institutions with long-term investments will specialize in monitoring and influencing efforts rather than trading. Other institutionsExpand
Search and replication in unstructured peer-to-peer networks
This paper proposes a query algorithm based on multiple random walks that resolves queries almost as quickly as Gnutella's flooding method while reducing the network traffic by two orders of magnitude in many cases. Expand
Multi-Probe LSH: Efficient Indexing for High-Dimensional Similarity Search
This paper proposes a new indexing scheme called multi-probe LSH, built on the well-known LSH technique, but it intelligently probes multiple buckets that are likely to contain query results in a hash table to achieve the same search quality. Expand
Avoiding the Disk Bottleneck in the Data Domain Deduplication File System
Three techniques employed in the production Data Domain deduplication file system to relieve the disk bottleneck are described, which enable a modern two-socket dual-core system to run at 90% CPU utilization with only one shelf of 15 disks and achieve 100 MB/sec for single-stream throughput and 210 MB/ sec for multi- stream throughput. Expand
Corporate Innovations and Mergers and Acquisitions
Using a large and unique patent-merger data set over the period 1984 to 2006, we show that companies with large patent portfolios and low R&D expenses are acquirers, while companies with high R&DExpand
Determinants of Corporate Cash Policy: Insights from Private Firms
We provide one of the first large sample comparisons of cash policies in public and private U.S. firms. We first show that despite higher financing frictions, private firms hold, on average, aboutExpand
Memory coherence in shared virtual memory systems
Both theoretical and practical results show that the memory coherence problem can indeed be solved efficiently on a loosely-coupled multiprocessor. Expand
PARSEC 2.0: A New Benchmark Suite for Chip-Multiprocessors
The second version of the Princeton Application Repository for Shared-Memory Computers (PARSEC) has been released. PARSEC is a benchmark suite for Chip-Multiprocessors (CMPs) that focuses on emergingExpand