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RISC

Cardiology A clinical trial–Risk of Myocardial Infarction & Death by Treatment with Low Dose Aspirin & Intravenous Heparin in Men with Unstable Coronary Artery Disease that evaluated the risk of MI and death during therapy with low-dose aspirin and IV heparin in high-risk men. See Acute myocardial infarction, Low-dose aspirin.
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Professor Heurings research encompasses computer architectures and programming language design implementation.
International Workshop on Computer Architecture for Machine Perception (7th: 2005: Palermo, Italy)
Cycle-accurate simulation of unmodified commercial applications and operating systems on new computer architectures is a critical tool for computer systems research and education," said Babak Falsafi, associate professor of ECE and co-director of the Computer Architecture Lab at Carnegie Mellon.
picoChip currently has a development team with a balanced mix of hardware and software engineers of outstanding ability and experience; spanning such diverse fields as communications system design, software development, computer architecture, digital signal processing, RF design, and silicon design.
Lehr has extensive experience in patent and technology cases involving such areas as biotechnology, medical devices, computer architecture, chemical products, pharmaceuticals, plasma physics, electrical devices, computer networking and software and consumer products.
Dally currently leads projects on high-speed signaling, computer architecture, network architecture and programming systems.
Compare that with the current trend in high performance computing: cluster computers based on personal computer architectures, commodity microprocessors, Gigabit Ethernet and standard networked storage architectures.
Then, 100 years from now, people using different computer architectures would only have one hurdle to leap to read old formats on new machines--writing a set of instructions so the universal computer could be emulated on whatever machines exist then.

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