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Design of the Mneme persistent object store

J. Eliot B. Moss
1990 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
The model of memory that the store aims at is a single, cooperatively-shared heap, distributed across a collection of networked computers.  ...  We report here on the Mneme persistent object store, a fundamental component of the project, discussing its design and initial prototype.  ...  One alternative approach is a very large shared distributed virtual memory, where object ids are addresses naming bytes or words.  ... 
doi:10.1145/96105.96109 fatcat:sn5pmr5vlvaw5ccwyy7qktosuu

Neogene and early Pleistocene flora from Alaska and Arctic/Subarctic Canada: New data, intercontinental comparisons and correlations

Tamara Fletcher, Alice Telka, Natalia Rybczynski, John Matthews
2021 Palaeontologia Electronica  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank our reviewers, G. Mustoe and an anonymous reviewer, and our  ...  A single species of Dulichium now grows in eastern North America, but the genus had an Holarctic distribution during the Neogene, persisting until the late Pleistocene in Europe (Tralau, 1959) .  ...  Since this project's conception in 1987, the perceived value of these floras and faunas has only increased.  ... 
doi:10.26879/1121 fatcat:zwlnzfdkjbcczmo3t2y275rkfy

Memory-aware platform description and framework for source-level embedded MPSoC software optimization

Robert Pyka, Technische Universität Dortmund, Technische Universität Dortmund
2017
The general structure consists of components and channels.  ...  The system-modeling approach presented in this dissertation has been located at the processor-memory-switch (PMS) abstraction level. It offers a novel combined structural and semantical description.  ...  of objects graphs from persistent storage.  ... 
doi:10.17877/de290r-18021 fatcat:dn4tawjcvngczpgb4vtsm7dyzu

Balkanising Taxonomy : How to capture and transfer an experience of the event - the case of Belgrade protest in '96/'97

Nela Milic
2016
The reflexive method of my practice, just like this communal approach at the uprising challenges dominant representations of culture, history and politics from the whole of the Balkans.  ...  This urban spectacle was enthused by the creative participation exposed in the walks of the masses that became the force of the protest.  ...  This sense for the object defines the methodology employed here -the subject, the object and the practice of collecting are interwoven and that approach is instrumental in this research.  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00018731 fatcat:aorw7jw55be5znmysvm6j2s7vi

The Screen as a Hospitable Border: Analysing the Ethics, Aesthetics and Politics of Documentary Films about Migration and Border-crossing Experiences

Maria Jose Pantoja Peschard
2014
Thus, this work seeks to address the question of whether and how it is possible for these documentaries to give rise to political and ethical relationships that are not directly sanctioned by the nation-state  ...  of the social order.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work would not have been possible without the continuous support and encouragement of a number of people.  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00010724 fatcat:lmmrbyg2mnc6dfoolpa2hxpsp4

The Linnaean Collections edited by

B Gardiner, M Morris
unpublished
Kim Harman is preparing images of Linnaeus's butterfly collection for the Society's website, and I am most grateful to her for making them available to me in advance.  ...  All images of living butterflies in this article were photographed by, and are the copyright of Thomas Marent, to whom we are most grateful for permission.  ...  Following his acquisition of the collections in 1784, J.E. Smith kept them at various addresses in London until 1796, when he removed them to Norwich.  ... 
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The Power of the Local Site: A Comparative Approach to Colonial Black Christs and Medieval Black Madonnas

Raphaèle Preisinger
2017 unpublished
Irving Hallowell, one of the most perceptive students of Anishinaabe worldview, conducted fieldwork in Northern Ontario during the 1930s.  ...  Anishinaabe researcher Grace Seymour has explained that "the 'wash' denotes the special spirituality of the site." 12 In English and other Western languages, however, stone carries connotations of impenetrability  ...  And yet the land persists in being lodged, inextricably, at the core of our cultural identities, which are defined by a collective search to understand where and who we are.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-213599 fatcat:bsmjgo2bb5bivppch6brjs22jq

Hydrology of the Powerless

Ifor Duncan
2021
illegal pushbacks at the border of the EU.  ...  Part III reads the mobilisation of the confluence of the Wisła, Soła and Przemsza rivers, Poland, as a technology in the obfuscation of traces from the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp and IG Farben  ...  Indeed the village of Fylakio is subject to flooding and figures in many of the studies of flood forecasting we have been reading in the region. // We drive to the village of the "Silkers".  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00029967 fatcat:qlbdz6tuczbqxacfo5543ny7uu

The Death Drive Revisited: A Reexamination of Psychoanalytic Drive Theory and its Implications for Critical Theory

Benjamin Yen Yi Fong
2017
aim of both providing historical weight to the dialectic of death and mastery articulated in the first part of the dissertation and also strengthening the psychological component of critical theory.  ...  In the last two chapters, I then attempt to integrate this drive theory into the Frankfurt school's analysis of the intrusion of mass media and state institutions on the developmental process with the  ...  large, rejected the theoretical relevance of the death drive.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8dn44dv fatcat:lkjmqwqg5nbhrowrsvcumjjpem

Plato Exits the Pharmacy: An Answer to the Derridean Critique of the Phaedrus and Timaeus

Tiffany Tsantsoulas, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2014
To answer the Derridean critique, I analyze the hermeneutics of Derrida's deconstruction of Plato and identify what in the dialogues lies beyond the limits Derrida's reading, for example Derrida's notable  ...  This thesis argues that Derrida's deconstructions target a particularly Platonist abstraction of the dialogues, and thus, his critique relies on the underlying assumption that Plato defends the metaphysics  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was partially funded by Ontario Graduate Scholarships and by the University of Ottawa in the form of Excellence Scholarships. It owes an enormous debt to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-3588 fatcat:5w4s7qgllrcjjgnj4dlvldj24a