Kyle J. Stearns

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Partial reversibility is an underexplored avenue for balancing high computational throughput and low power dissipation in nanocomputing systems. In this work we study the throughput-dissipation tradeoff in a partially reversible 32bit MIPS ALU implemented in quantum cellular automata and clocked via the “pipelined Bennett clocking” strategy recently(More)
We introduce ARhT (Automated Relearning hand Therapy), a portable hand therapy system that enables a user to perform physical therapy at the comfort of their own home. This reduces rehabilitation time, enhances the user experience, reduces cost and provides accountability to physical therapy sessions. ARhT complements traditional therapy methods by(More)
Evaluation of lung disease is limited by the inability to visualize ongoing pathological processes. Molecular imaging that targets cellular processes related to disease pathogenesis has the potential to assess disease activity over time to allow intervention before lung destruction. Because apoptosis is a critical component of lung damage in emphysema, a(More)
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