Mark Brehob

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1 Introduction In the past few years, the extra-resource analysis technique popularized by Kalyanasundaram and Pruhs [7] has been used for analyzing the performance of on-line algorithms, primarily when traditional competitive analysis yields non-constant competitive ratios and does not differentiate between good and bad algorithms. It has been used to(More)
It seems likely that density concerns will force the DRAM community to consider using radically different schemes for Ihe implementation of memory devices. We propose using nano-scale carbon structures as the basis for a memory device. A single-wall carbon nanotube would contain a charged buckyball. That buckyball wiLL stick tightly to one end of the tube(More)
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