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The effect of a backrest and seatpan inclination on sitting discomfort and trunk muscle activation in subjects with extension-related low back pain

Máire Curran, Wim Dankaerts, Peter O'Sullivan, Leonard O'Sullivan, Kieran O'Sullivan
2014 Ergonomics  
Clinical Biomechanics, Keeffe, M., Dankaerts, W., O'Sullivan, P., O'Sullivan, L. & O'Sullivan, K., 2013.  ...  Ergonomics, 55 (12), 1586-1595. 36 O'Sullivan, K., O'Keeffe, M., O'Sullivan, L., O'Sullivan, P. & Dankaerts, W., 2012c.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00140139.2014.897378 pmid:24670078 fatcat:cdqftvw4lrdnhg4m5t456cwl4q

High-Speed Fully Homomorphic Encryption Over the Integers [chapter]

Xiaolin Cao, Ciara Moore, Máire O'Neill, Neil Hanley, Elizabeth O'Sullivan
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) scheme is envisioned as a key cryptographic tool in building a secure and reliable cloud computing environment, as it allows arbitrary evaluation of a ciphertext without revealing the plaintext. However, existing FHE implementations remain impractical due to very high time and resource costs. To the authors' knowledge, this paper presents the first hardware implementation of an encryption primitive for FHE over the integers using FPGA technology. A
more » ... ger multiplier architecture utilising Integer-FFT multiplication is proposed, and a large-integer Barrett modular reduction module is designed incorporating the proposed multiplier. The encryption primitive used in the integer-based FHE scheme is designed employing the proposed multiplier and modular reduction modules. The designs are verified using the Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA platform. Experimental results show that a speed improvement factor of up to 44 is achievable for the hardware implementation of the FHE encryption scheme when compared to its corresponding software implementation. Moreover, performance analysis shows further speed improvements of the integer-based FHE encryption primitives may still be possible, for example through further optimisations or by targeting an ASIC platform.
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44774-1_14 fatcat:2l54cdjddjcdta3fhvkxhlc7be

Practical Lattice-Based Digital Signature Schemes

James Howe, Thomas Pöppelmann, Máire O'neill, Elizabeth O'sullivan, Tim Güneysu
2015 ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems  
Among the various post-quantum techniques that exist (such as multivariate, code or hash-based), the most promising is lattice-based cryptography, which has become a very viable alternative to number-theoretic cryptography. Its main advantage is that it allows for extended functionality and is, at the same time, more efficient for the basic primitives of public-key encryption and digital signatures. The focus of this presentation will be to survey recent developments in lattice-based digital
more » ... nature schemes and in particular practical schemes that have been shown to improve upon the performance of equivalent RSA designs. Propositions for future research areas that are essential for the continued development of lattice-based cryptography will also be discussed.
doi:10.1145/2724713 fatcat:2cck3r7y3rb7jghfuinosibixu

Practical homomorphic encryption: A survey

Ciara Moore, Maire O'Neill, Elizabeth O'Sullivan, Yarkin Doroz, Berk Sunar
2014 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS)  
doi:10.1109/iscas.2014.6865753 dblp:conf/iscas/MooreOODS14 fatcat:6z3liu3jujdcnfz3acmo743qte

Accelerating integer-based fully homomorphic encryption using Comba multiplication

Ciara Moore, Maire O'Neill, Neil Hanley, Elizabeth O'Sullivan
2014 2014 IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Systems (SiPS)  
doi:10.1109/sips.2014.6986063 dblp:conf/sips/MooreOHO14 fatcat:tazsqvb52fge3mo24jdnoopcwu

Targeting FPGA DSP Slices for a Large Integer Multiplier for Integer Based FHE [chapter]

Ciara Moore, Neil Hanley, John McAllister, Máire O'Neill, Elizabeth O'Sullivan, Xiaolin Cao
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Homomorphic encryption offers potential for secure cloud computing. However due to the complexity of homomorphic encryption schemes, performance of implemented schemes to date have been unpractical. This work investigates the use of hardware, specifically Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology, for implementing the building blocks involved in somewhat and fully homomorphic encryption schemes in order to assess the practicality of such schemes. We concentrate on the selection of a
more » ... le multiplication algorithm and hardware architecture for large integer multiplication, one of the main bottlenecks in many homomorphic encryption schemes. We focus on the encryption step of an integer-based fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) scheme. We target the DSP48E1 slices available on Xilinx Virtex 7 FPGAs to ascertain whether the large integer multiplier within the encryption step of a FHE scheme could fit on a single FPGA device. We find that, for toy size parameters for the FHE encryption step, the large integer multiplier fits comfortably within the DSP48E1 slices, greatly improving the practicality of the encryption step compared to a software implementation. As multiplication is an important operation in other FHE schemes, a hardware implementation using this multiplier could also be used to improve performance of these schemes.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41320-9_16 fatcat:psxb5ujzwjaivdfaliwzbjdkwu

Multi-triazole-resistant Aspergillus fumigatus and SARS-CoV-2 co-infection: A lethal combination

Aia Mohamed, Tidi Hassan, Marta Trzos-Grzybowska, Jubil Thomas, Aidan Quinn, Maire O'Sullivan, Auveen Griffin, Thomas R. Rogers, Alida Fe Talento
2020 Medical Mycology Case Reports  
We report a case of severe COVID-19 pneumonia complicated by fatal co-infection with a multi-triazole resistant Aspergillus fumigatus and highlight the importance of recognising the significance of Aspergillus sp. isolation from respiratory samples. Early diagnosis and detection of triazole resistance are essential for appropriate antifungal therapy to improve outcome in patients with coronavirus associated invasive aspergillosis.
doi:10.1016/j.mmcr.2020.06.005 pmid:32837879 pmcid:PMC7319628 fatcat:zktxayz32bf6nat7picspfizia

Construction of a large scale integrated map of macrophage pathogen recognition and effector systems

Sobia Raza, Neil McDerment, Paul A Lacaze, Kevin Robertson, Steven Watterson, Ying Chen, Michael Chisholm, George Eleftheriadis, Stephanie Monk, Maire O'Sullivan, Arran Turnbull, Douglas Roy (+3 others)
2010 BMC Systems Biology  
In an effort to better understand the molecular networks that underpin macrophage activation we have been assembling a map of relevant pathways. Manual curation of the published literature was carried out in order to define the components of these pathways and the interactions between them. This information has been assembled into a large integrated directional network and represented graphically using the modified Edinburgh Pathway Notation (mEPN) scheme. Results: The diagram includes detailed
more » ... views of the toll-like receptor (TLR) pathways, other pathogen recognition systems, NF-kappa-B, apoptosis, interferon signalling, MAP-kinase cascades, MHC antigen presentation and proteasome assembly, as well as selected views of the transcriptional networks they regulate. The integrated pathway includes a total of 496 unique proteins, the complexes formed between them and the processes in which they are involved. This produces a network of 2,170 nodes connected by 2,553 edges. Conclusions: The pathway diagram is a navigable visual aid for displaying a consensus view of the pathway information available for these systems. It is also a valuable resource for computational modelling and aid in the interpretation of functional genomics data. We envisage that this work will be of value to those interested in macrophage biology and also contribute to the ongoing Systems Biology community effort to develop a standard notation scheme for the graphical representation of biological pathways.
doi:10.1186/1752-0509-4-63 pmid:20470404 pmcid:PMC2892459 fatcat:yg457jygdfa2xjhftsn2f4rzcu

Computational Infrared Spectroscopy of 958 Phosphorus-Bearing Molecules

Juan C. Zapata Trujillo, Anna-Maree Syme, Keiran N. Rowell, Brendan P. Burns, Ebubekir S. Clark, Maire N. Gorman, Lorrie S. D. Jacob, Panayioti Kapodistrias, David J. Kedziora, Felix A. R. Lempriere, Chris Medcraft, Jensen O'Sullivan (+7 others)
2021 Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences  
Copyright © 2021 Zapata Trujillo, Syme, Rowell, Burns, Clark, Gorman, Jacob, Kapodistrias, Kedziora, Lempriere, Medcraft, O'Sullivan, Robertson, Soares, Steller, Teece, Tremblay, Sousa-Silva and McKemmish  ... 
doi:10.3389/fspas.2021.639068 fatcat:u7lroc5chnffnovtewypzllwge

Page 424 of National Union Catalog Vol. 112, Issue [page]

1942 National Union Catalog  
og yo Vol 2 has impriot b 2 Parts, Maire-Nyon Vol. 1, Sth ed 4th ed 1 English literature (Se lections | Extracts. ete.) 1 Title, 35 3B Library of Congress PRIN OT 1845 R20 822 O’Sallivan, Vrs Denia.  ...  O'Sulli van Paris, V* Maire Nyon, 1857 5, 2" Vol. 2 has title: Elegant extracts from the most celebrated poets of Great Britain and Ireiand Each volume das added tp Lecons de littérature anglaise ancienne  ... 

Page 194 of Revue Des Deux Mondes Vol. 81, Issue [page]

1869 Revue Des Deux Mondes  
O’Sullivan devant la chambre des com- munes pour se voir dépouiller juridiquement de son titre de maire et de juge de paix de Cork. M.  ...  L’agitation irlandaise s’est ravivée depuis quelque temps sur certains points, elle s’est manifestée par des meurtres, et elle a même été récemment marquée par un incident assez curieux, Le maire de Cork  ... 

Page 582 of Revue Des Deux Mondes Vol. 83, Issue [page]

1869 Revue Des Deux Mondes  
O’Sullivan donna sa démission.  ...  O’Sul- livan, le maire de Cork (disability bill); d'autres soutenaient au contraire que la juri- diction anglaise n'avait aucun moyen de l'atteindre.  ... 

Page 27 of Irish Digest Vol. 56, Issue 1 [page]

1956 Irish Digest  
- raic Colum and Seamus O’Sullivan.  ...  Kelly, in 1902 and 1903, was one of a famous group of Irish players, which included the brothers Fay, Dudley Digges, Sara Allgood, Marie Walker (Maire Nic Shiubhlaigh), Maire Quinn, George Roberts, Pad  ... 

Page 70 of Irish Digest Vol. 69, Issue 1 [page]

1960 Irish Digest  
professional actress and was getting little enough for what she was doing, and that Honor Blake’s lines should be divided between Sara Tansey, which she was playing, and Susan Brady, played by Alice O’  ...  Yeats (the poet’s father) in that pencil sketch “Synge at Rehearsal” leaning forward and looking up adoringly at Maire.  ... 

"CANTERBURY TALES" D 1554: "CAPLES THRE"

EDD
1973 Notes and Queries  
Kelly, Seumas O’Sullivan, J. H. Cousins, Padraic Colum, Harry Norman, Helen Laird, Maire ni Garbhaigh, Sara Allgood, Molly Allgood, Ambrose Power, Brigit O’Dempsey (Mrs. W. G. Fay), J. M.  ...  I am especially interested in information about the following persons: George Roberts, Maire Quinn, Maire nic Shibhlaigh, Dudley Digges, Thomas Koehler, Fred Ryan, Frank Walker, P. J.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/20-12-468d fatcat:yr6q3hdi5jba3iadqxc5avwkou
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