Tadaaki Yamauchi

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How do people use category membership and similarity for making inductive inferences? The authors addressed this question by examining the impact of category labels and category features on inference and classification tasks that were designed to be comparable. In the inference task, participants predicted the value of a missing feature of an item given its(More)
The members of a natural category are not usually identical in their appearance, although at some level they can be described as having features in common. For example, birds have wings, but the actual appearance of their wings varies from one bird to another. To examine the effect of this feature variation on category acquisition, subjects in three(More)
A microprocessor integrated with DRAM on the same die has the potential to improve system performance by reducing the memory latency and improving the memory bandwidth. However, a high performance microprocessor will typically send more accesses than the DRAM can handle due to the long cycle time of the embedded DRAM, especially in applications with(More)
A microprocessor integrated with DRAM on the same die has the potential to improve system performance by reducing memory latency and improving memory bandwidth. In this paper we evaluate the performance of a single chip multiprocessor integrated with DRAM when the DRAM is organized as on-chip main memory and as on-chip cache. We compare the performance of(More)