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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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Duncan, R (1990), A survey of parallel computer architectures, Computer, Vol.23, No.2, (February 1990), pp.5-16
Trends in computer architecture fall into two classes: those that result from the progress in the implementation technologies, and those that result from popular applications.
To use multicore processors effectively the IT industry needs to radically rethink the basic computer architecture it has used over the past 50 years, a University of Maryland researcher argues in the January edition of the Association for Computing Machinery's flagship Communications publication.
Angelica Reyes is a collaborating lecturer at the Technical University of Catalonia, Department of Computer Architecture, and a member of the Computer Networks and Distributed Systems research group.
The company said that a large international telecomms equipment supplier has selected Kontron to supply it in future with platforms using the Advanced Telephone Computer Architecture technology, designed to manage the backbone infrastructure of telecomms networks rapidly and reliably.
From the many different types and uses of cryptography, to effective implementation of physical security from guard personnel to closed-circuit television, to security in computer architecture, to telecommunications and network security, Information Security Management Handbook lives up to its title.
"Computer Architecture Letters," also produced four times a year, publishes current data in unit- and multi-processor computer systems, architecture, micro-architecture, workload characterization, performance evaluation and simulation techniques, and power-sharing computing.
Proposed MTMP elements include the introduction of flat panel displays for the platform's mission system operators, a new mission computer architecture, the introduction of a digital communications suite, the introduction of an improved Identification Friend-or-Foe (IFF) capability and the introduction of an enhanced, Global Positioning System (GPS)-based navigation capability.
Since computer architecture is standardized on fixed disk drives, data exchange, backup, and archival applications have been delegated to other peripheral devices such as floppy disk drives, CD-RW, DVD-RAM, tape drive systems, and cartridge-based drives such as the Iomega Jaz or Castlewood ORB.

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