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Implementation of ORCID and Understanding the API

Estelle Cheng
"Implementation of ORCID and Understanding the API" was presented by Estelle Cheng (ORCID) at the ORCID Taiwan Workshop on October 29, 2018.

Movies of mdx mice on the rolling wire apparatus

Emma Hoffman & Steve J Winder
A modified wire hanging apparatus for small animal muscle function testing. Supplementary Movies of mdx mice on the rolling wire

Pulmonary Re-Expansion After Diaphragmatic Plication

Veronica Manolache, Natalia Motas, Teu Madalin, Vasile Cristian, Madalina Iliescu & Teodor Horvat
In this video, the authors present a diaphragmatic plication. Diaphragm paralysis can have a wide variety of causes such as trauma, malignant pathologies, or infectious diseases. Sometimes it can be idiopathic. Usually, the patient presents with dyspnea, thoracic pain, and persistent dry cough. The investigations performed range from chest x-rays and computed tomography (CT) scans to lung function tests and magnetic resonance imaging.
A 78-year-old man presented to the authors’ clinic with severe dyspnea and a...

Signature morphisms from the Cremona group

Susanna Zimmermann
The plane Cremona group is the group of birational transformations of the projective plane. I would like to discuss why over algebraically closed fields there are no homomorphisms from the plane Cremona group to a finite group, but for certain non-closed fields there are (in fact there are many). This is joint work with Stéphane Lamy.

A low latency GPU engine based reset mechanism for a more robust UI experience

Carlos Santa
On newer generations of Intel Gen GPUs we now have the ability to reset specific engines for a light weight engine reset approach when things go wrong inside the GPU. Instead of resorting to a full GPU reset mechanism from the get go when things go wrong there are less aggressive options that could help us achieve a faster and smoother recovery from a hung GPU. This talk will go over one such mechanism that...

Fast Dynamic Load Balancing Tools for Extreme Scale Systems

Cameron Smith, Mark Shephard & Gerrett Diamond
High performance simulations running on distributed memory, parallel systems require even work distributions with minimal communications. To efficiently maintain these distributions on systems with accelerators, the balancing and partitioning procedures must utilize the accelerator. This work presents algorithms and speedup results using OpenCL and Kokkos to accelerate critical portions of the EnGPar hypergraph-based diffusive load balancer. Focus is given to basic hypergraph traversal and selection procedures.

Fast Dynamic Load Balancing Tools for Extreme Scale Systems

Cameron Smith & Mark Shephard
High performance simulations running on distributed memory, parallel systems require even work distributions with minimal communications. To efficiently maintain these distributions on systems with accelerators, the balancing and partitioning procedures must utilize the accelerator. This work presents algorithms and speedup results using OpenCL and Kokkos to accelerate critical portions of the EnGPar hypergraph-based diffusive load balancer. Focus is given to basic hypergraph traversal and selection procedures.

Fast Dynamic Load Balancing Tools for Extreme Scale Systems

Cameron Smith, Mark Shephard & Gerrett Diamond
High performance simulations running on distributed memory, parallel systems require even work distributions with minimal communications. To efficiently maintain these distributions on systems with accelerators, the balancing and partitioning procedures must utilize the accelerator. This work presents algorithms and speedup results using OpenCL and Kokkos to accelerate critical portions of the EnGPar hypergraph-based diffusive load balancer. Focus is given to basic hypergraph traversal and selection procedures.

Fast Dynamic Load Balancing Tools for Extreme Scale Systems

Cameron Smith & Mark Shephard
High performance simulations running on distributed memory, parallel systems require even work distributions with minimal communications. To efficiently maintain these distributions on systems with accelerators, the balancing and partitioning procedures must utilize the accelerator. This work presents algorithms and speedup results using OpenCL and Kokkos to accelerate critical portions of the EnGPar hypergraph-based diffusive load balancer. Focus is given to basic hypergraph traversal and selection procedures.

CSSI Slide Heinz Im Tadmor.pdf

Hendrik Heinz
CSSI Framework: Cyberloop for Bionanomaterials Design

CSSI Slide Heinz Im Tadmor.pdf

Hendrik Heinz
CSSI Framework: Cyberloop for Bionanomaterials Design

Through the eyes of a wolf: Using non-invasive methods to quantify and classify the facial signalling of wolves (Canis lupus) and domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) [video]

Elana Rosemary Hobkirk
These videos form appendices B, C and D of the following thesis: Hobkirk, Elana, Rosemary (2019). Through the eyes of a wolf: Using non-invasive methods to quantify and classify the facial signalling of wolves (Canis lupus) and domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris). Masters thesis, Durham University, UK.

محدود سازی رحرکات و حمل مصدوم

Emad Salehi
حمل مصدوم

محدود سازی رحرکات و حمل مصدوم

Emad Salehi
حمل مصدوم

وظایف نجاتگر پیش بیمارستانی.pdf

Emad Salehi
دوره تخصصی پیش بیمارستانی

وظایف نجاتگر پیش بیمارستانی.pdf

Emad Salehi
دوره تخصصی پیش بیمارستانی

Additional file 4 of Extracellular vesicles originating from glioblastoma cells increase metalloproteinase release by astrocytes: the role of CD147 (EMMPRIN) and ionizing radiation

Nicholas Colangelo & Edouard Azzam
Additional file 3. Supplemental Video of Astrocyte (Nucleus: Blue, Cytoskeleton: Red) Interalizing Fluorescent EVs (Stained Green).

Additional file 4 of Extracellular vesicles originating from glioblastoma cells increase metalloproteinase release by astrocytes: the role of CD147 (EMMPRIN) and ionizing radiation

Nicholas Colangelo & Edouard Azzam
Additional file 3. Supplemental Video of Astrocyte (Nucleus: Blue, Cytoskeleton: Red) Interalizing Fluorescent EVs (Stained Green).

Discussion: Physics of Cosmic Censorship violations

Roberto Emparan

Robust encoding of the black hole interior - explained

John Preskill

Conformal Bootstrap and Holography

Alex Belin

Cosmological billiards and near-singularity symmetries: a review

Marc Henneaux

Discussion: Topic Lensing probes of PBHs with the GW and light

Sunghoon Jung

Discussion: Replica wormholes and de Sitter

Zhenbin Yang & Yiming Chen

Diffeomorphism invariance and the black hole information paradox

Ted Jacobson

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