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Data centers consume anywhere between 1.7% and 2.2% of the United States' power. A handful of studies focused on ways of predicting power consumption of computing platforms based on performance events counters. Most of existing power-consumption models retrieve performance counters from hardware, which offer accurate measurement of energy dissipation.(More)
With the repaid development of multi-media and network, information are generated and spread quickly than before. The industry is expected to meet the needs by producing high performance CPU and high-density disk. But dramatic increase in energy requirements becomes a new challenging. Energy and human cost become the major parts of data center. More and(More)
Despite Salvia miltiorrhiza being one of the most important medicine plants in China, there is a limited availability of genomic resources, especially of the expressed sequence tag-based markers. In this study, we selected and characterized functional markers in S. miltiorrhiza, which consisted of 4,192 non-redundant expressed sequence tags (ESTs) from(More)
Cervical cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed type of cancer and the third leading cause of cancer-associated mortality in women. The current study aimed to determine the genes associated with cervical cancer development. Microarray data (GSE55940 and GSE46306) were downloaded from Gene Expression Omnibus. Overlapping genes between the(More)
With the repaid development of multi-media and network, information are generated and spread quickly than before. New application such as search engine, video share depends on the scale and access speed of huge data set. Data-intensive computing became a hot point of computer science. In Data-intensive environments, data access ability is the bottleneck(More)
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