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Heat Stroke: Power-Density-Based Denial of Service in SMT

J. Hasan, A. Jalote, T.N. Vijaykumar, C.E. Brodley
11th International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture  
In this paper, we show that power density can be exploited in SMT to launch a novel DOS attack, called heat stroke.  ...  In the past, there have been several denial-of-service (DOS) attacks which exhaust some shared resource (e.g., physical memory, process table, file descriptors, TCP connections) of the targeted machine  ...  A malicious user can launch a denial of service (DOS) by exploiting such subtle forms of sharing in order to harm other users [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hpca.2005.16 dblp:conf/hpca/HasanJVB05 fatcat:w3cypir5qngjlfnapqkhi6dfzq

Addressing thermal nonuniformity in SMT workloads

Jonathan A. Winter, David H. Albonesi
2008 ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO)  
To address this, we propose and evaluate DTM mechanisms that exploit the steering-based thread management mechanisms inherent in a clustered SMT architecture.  ...  We explore DTM techniques within the context of uniform and nonuniform SMT workloads.  ...  Heat Stroke is a denial-of-service (DoS) attack on an SMT processor in which a malicious thread highly utilizes a particular pipeline resource, creating a hotspot on the chip [Hasan et al. 2005] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1369396.1369400 fatcat:wcg25cjdgresvnjugarliqqkwi

A systematic review and metaethnography to identify how effective, cost-effective, accessible and acceptable self-management support interventions are for men with long-term conditions (SELF-MAN)

Paul Galdas, Zoe Darwin, Jennifer Fell, Lisa Kidd, Peter Bower, Christian Blickem, Kerri McPherson, Kate Hunt, Simon Gilbody, Gerry Richardson
2015 Health Services and Delivery Research  
.FundingThe National Institute for Health Research Health Services and Delivery Research programme.  ...  Thirty-eight qualitative studies relevant to men's experiences of, and perceptions of, self-management support were included in the qualitative review.  ...  It should be noted that the power to detect significant differences in such analyses can be limited. 116 Cochrane reviews of self-management support Davies et al. 41 Exercise-based rehabilitation in  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr03340 fatcat:vi3s5dgeszeszem2fve3dkriai

PROCEEDINGS FROM THE 20TH WORLD CONGRESS OF SEXUAL HEALTH GLASGOW, UNITED KINGDOM, JUNE 12–16 2011

2011 Journal of Sexual Medicine  
Zamar is the inventor of the device(s) and a major shareholder and Director in Auris group, the manufacturer and owner of patents for the device(s).  ...  ., with no involvement whatsoever by Dr Zamar apart from supplying the device and advising on the method of use.  ...  against discrimination and denial of the right to sex.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1743-6109.2011.02325.x fatcat:x4uktxq2ofb47cnrkgaq6woglq

Proceedings of the British Thoracic Society

1992 Thorax  
This includes questions relating to cough, dyspnoea and the presence of a current diagnosis of asthma.  ...  The medical notes of all students between 18 and 21 years old with self reported asthma (n = 339) and an equal number of matched controls were reviewed for these symptoms, for a history suggestive of atopy  ...  require regular SMT therapy; there was considerable variability in the exercise induced bronchoconstrictor response; the administration of the last dose of SMT was unsupervised.  ... 
doi:10.1136/thx.47.3.209p fatcat:23nlbpv3gjhelga5rcaj2c4nha

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2005 Hepatology  
Objective: To estimate the increase in mortality and allograft failure attributable to the use of NHBD liver allografts.  ...  Eight retransplants occurred for every 100 NHBD livers used, for a net gain of 92 transplants; in comparison, approximately 2 retransplants occurred for every 100 HBD livers used in transplantation for  ...  In conclusion phylogenetic analyses of HBV in both acute and chronic cases of HBV are necessary in the confirmation or denial of HBV-linkages found by source and contact-tracing.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hep.20923 fatcat:tv6zkkm6gnf2xcyw2qnd74fo3u

Reliability Improvement and Validation Framework

Peter H. Feiler, John Goodenough, Arie Gurfinkel, Charles B. Weinstock, Lutz Wrage
2018
; an architecture-centric, model-based engineering approach that uncovers system-level problems early through analysis; use of static analysis for validating system behavior and other system properties  ...  ; and managed confidence in qualification through system assurance.  ...  For example, a high-bandwidth gigabit ethernet network can flood low-performance processors resulting in denial of service and lower than expected processor speed. b. lack of guaranteed resource capacity  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6583043 fatcat:imvfkzsybffm5alkvhwhmgy64y

IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

D Parate, Karanja Mahavidyalaya
2018 unpublished
the movement of goods and services from producers to customers.  ...  Advocates of Business Process (BP) approaches argue that the real value of IT is that it provokes innovative changes in business processes.  ...  In the present study, we report ecofriendly and green method for the synthesis of sulfur nanoparticles (SNPs) using sodium thiosulfate in presence of leaf extract of C. roseus.The SNPs were conjugated  ... 
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Introducing Special Issues in Biolinguistics

Kleanthes Grohmann, Cedric Boeckx
2009 unpublished
Topics should be in line with the general aims of the journal (see also Boeckx & Grohmann 2007) and might range from biolinguistic explanations in linguistic theory to evolution of/in language to genetic  ...  Again, we urge potential guest editors to contact us well in advance. Whatever the background of a special issue, we will impose the usual selection criteria of Biolinguistics.  ...  While phonology is widely considered to be free of recursion, 4 nevertheless grouping (of features, of 4 Some authors have argued for recursion in the higher levels of the prosodic hierarchy (e.g., at  ... 
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Introducing Special Issues in Biolinguistics

Kleanthes Grohmann, Cedric Boeckx
2009 unpublished
Topics should be in line with the general aims of the journal (see also Boeckx & Grohmann 2007) and might range from biolinguistic explanations in linguistic theory to evolution of/in language to genetic  ...  Again, we urge potential guest editors to contact us well in advance. Whatever the background of a special issue, we will impose the usual selection criteria of Biolinguistics.  ...  While phonology is widely considered to be free of recursion, 4 nevertheless grouping (of features, of 4 Some authors have argued for recursion in the higher levels of the prosodic hierarchy (e.g., at  ... 
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