Matthew Mattina

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Tarantula is an aggressive floating point machine targeted at technical, scientific and bioinformatics workloads, originally planned as a follow-on candidate to the EV8 processor [6, 5]. Tarantula adds to the EV8 core a vector unit capable of 32 double-precision flops per cycle. The vector unit fetches data directly from a 16 MByte second level cache with a(More)
With the continuing growth in the amount of genetic data, members of the bioinformatics community are developing a variety of data-mining applications to understand the data and discover meaningful information. These applications are important in defining the design and performance decisions of future high performance microprocessors. This paper presents a(More)
To investigate the therapeutic value and safety of the biweekly regimen of 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) and leucovorin (LV) plus irinotecan (CPT-11) in patients with previously untreated advanced gastric cancer (AGC). A total of 50 patients (M/F 35/15; median age = 65) with AGC, none of whom had received chemotherapy for advanced disease, were accrued in this(More)
The ideal computerized mammogram processing system still needs to be developed. In order to achieve maximum flexibility we suggest a modular scheme, dividing the processing sequence into functionally autonomous modules. This paper provides a general scheme for detection and/or automated recognition of microcalcifications. Some modules that perform ROI(More)
......As the number of processor cores integrated onto a single die increases, the design space for interconnecting these cores becomes more fertile. One manner of interconnecting the cores is simply to mimic multichip, multiprocessor computers of the past. Following past practice, simple busbased shared-memory multiprocessors can be integrated onto a(More)