Stephen Quint

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In this paper, we develop an adaptive scheduling framework for changing the processor shares of tasks—a process called reweighting—on real-time multiprocessor platforms. Our particular focus is adaptive frameworks that are deployed in environments in which tasks may frequently require significant share changes. Prior work on enabling real-time adaptivity on(More)
We develop an adaptive feedback-controlled scheduling algorithm for changing the processor shares of tasks—a process called reweighting—on real-time multiprocessor platforms. Our particular focus is reweighting schemes that are deployed in environments in which tasks may frequently require significant share changes. Prior work on enabling real-time(More)
AARON D. BLOCK: Adaptive Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems (Under the direction of James H. Anderson) Over the past few years, as multicore technology has become cost-effective, multiprocessor systems have become increasingly prevalent. The growing availability of such systems has spurred the development of computationally-intensive applications for which(More)
In this paper, we develop an adaptive scheduling framework for changing the processor shares of tasks—a process called reweighting—on real-time multiprocessor platforms. Our particular focus is adaptive frameworks that are deployed in environments in which tasks may frequently require significant share changes. Prior work on enabling realtime adaptivity on(More)
AADITYA DEVKOTA: An In Vitro Explant Model Of Overuse Tendinopathy. The Effects of Cyclic Loading And Inflammatory Mediators On Mechanical And Compositional Properties of Tendon. (Under the direction of Paul Weinhold) Overuse injuries are common clinical problems, athletically and occupationally, with estimates that nearly 50% of all injuries are overuse.(More)
We report a novel scheme to improve the effective transmission of a standard interference filter, and demonstrate 96% passband transmission. Such high efficiency is critical for quantum information applications, e.g., high-efficiency single-photon generation utilizing parametric down-conversion.
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