Vlad Gorelik

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Data warehouses collect large quantities of data from distributed sources into a single repository. A typical load to create or maintain a warehouse processes GBs of data, takes hours or even days to execute, and involves many complex and user-defined transformations of the data (e.g., find duplicates, resolve data inconsistencies, and add unique keys). If(More)
Every day IT departments are involved in an ongoing struggle against hackers trying to break into corporate networks. A break-in can carry a hefty price: loss of valuable information, tarnishing of the corporate image and brand, service interruption, and hundreds of resource hours of recovery time. Unlike other aspects of information technology, security is(More)
Data warehouses collect large quantities of data from distributed sources into a single repository. A t ypical load to create or maintain a warehouse processes GBs of data, takes hours or even days to execute, and involves many complex and user-deened transformations of the data e.g., nd duplicates, resolve data inconsistencies, and add unique keys. If the(More)
Data warehouses collect large quantities of data from distributed sources into a single repository. A typical load to create or maintain a warehouse processes GBs of data, takes hours or even days to execute, and involves many complex and user-deened transformations of the data (e.g., nd duplicates, resolve data inconsistencies, and add unique keys). If the(More)
A prototype system for automatic handling of Harshaw/Bicron (now ThermoFisher Scientific) thermoluminescent dosimetry (TLD) badges, which is based on a robotic arm, was designed and built. The robot performs the loading and unloading of the TLD cards in the badges and transports them between the loading/unloading station and magazine stations. For quality(More)
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