Richard W. Taylor

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This paper describes how, through a combination of scheduling and buuer insertion, real-time systems may b e optimized for power consumption while maintaining deadlines. Beginning with simple examples components that have n o i n ternal pipelines and in which the only design freedoms are buuer insertion and scheduling, we illustrate the eeect of adjusting(More)
Among divalent cations, the ionophore monensin shows high activity and selectivity for the transport of lead ions (Pb2+) across phospholipid membranes. When coadministered to rats that were receiving meso-dimercaptosuccinate for treatment of Pb intoxication, monensin significantly increased the amount of Pb removed from femur, brain, and heart. It showed a(More)
The macrotricyclic title compound, C(36)H(64)N(4)O(14)·2C(6)H(6), is located on a crystallographic center of symmetry. The mol-ecule has four tertiary amide bridgehead atoms and consists of two unsymmetrical 20-membered diaza-tetra-oxamacrocycles (N(2)O(4) donor atom set) connected through the N atoms by two lateral oxydiethyl-ene bridges. The bridging(More)
The macrobicyclic title compound, C(24)H(28)N(2)O(7), has two tertiary diamide bridgehead atoms and is composed of a 12-membered ring (N(2)O(2) donor set) and two 18-membered rings (N(2)O(4) donor sets). The solid-state structure shows that each of the amide groups is not coplanar with the adjacent benzene ring and NMR studies indicate that this(More)
The macrobicyclic title compound, C(23)H(35)N(3)O(8)S, contains two tertiary amide bridgehead N atoms and a toluene-sulfonamide N atom in the center of the five-atom bridging strand. The mol-ecule has a central cavity that is defined by the 18-membered ring identified by the N(2)O(4) donor atom set and two 15-membered rings with N(3)O(2) donor atom sets.(More)
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