Matthew Hardwick

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Workload-aware power management and scheduling techniques have the potential to save energy while minimizing negative impact on performance. The effectiveness of these techniques depends on the stability of a workload's power consumption pattern across different input data, resource allocations (e.g. number of cores), and hardware platforms. In this paper,(More)
7 Interoperability of engineering design models is crucial for contemporary product development. Models must be exchanged over geographically distant sites, across heterogeneous hardware and software architectures, between diierent computer-aided design (CAD) systems and from CAD systems to simulation software. Model geometry is typically approximated and(More)
The use of solid geometric models and computer-aided design (CAD) systems is central to contemporary engineering design and simulation. For this engineering process to be robust, it is minimally necessary to have semantically consistent data exchange of solid models between diierent CAD systems. These solid models are assumed to be elements of the Boolean(More)
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