Milos Raskovic

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Application development for many-core processors is predominately hardware-centric: programmers design, implement, and optimize applications for a pre-chosen target platform. While this approach may deliver very good performance, it lacks portability, being inefficient for applications that aim to use multiple architectures or large-scale parallel platforms(More)
iv Summary Multicore systems have become an indispensable part of our everyday life. They represent a viable alternative for increasing processor performance without hitting the memory and power walls. However, the shift from traditional programming to multicore programming has a critical influence in three dimensions: the applications , the software tools,(More)
A prospective open clinical trial was carried out with 23 hypertensive type I diabetics (13 men, ten women, mean age 49 +/- 9.1 years, duration of diabetes 18 +/- 9.1 years) with early nephropathy. Glomerular and tubular renal function and metabolic parameters were monitored during 8 months' treatment with the angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor,(More)
Among 163 insulin-dependent (type I) diabetics (average age 43.5 years; average duration of diabetes 17.5 years), 40 (24.5%) died within ten years from the consequences of micro- and (or) macro-angiopathies. The death-rate among hypertensives was twice that among normotensives: 21 of 53 patients (39.6%) with blood pressures above 160/95 mmHg, but 19 of 110(More)
Qualitative reasoning attracts special attention over the last few decades due to its wide applicability in every-day tasks such as diagnostics, tutoring, real-time monitoring, hazard identification etc. Reasoning about qualitative probabilities is one of the most common cases of qualitative reasoning. Here we will present a part of our work on the problem(More)
BACKGROUND Only few studies have investigated the incidence of foot lesions and amputation rate in diabetic patients. PATIENTS AND METHOD Thus, the 10-year incidence rates of first lower extremity amputation were studied in 560 diabetic patients, aged 35 to 55 years at baseline and followed up within the WHO-Multinational Study of Vascular Disease in(More)
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