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Medusa

Moo-Ryong Ra, Bin Liu, Tom F. La Porta, Ramesh Govindan
2012 Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Mobile systems, applications, and services - MobiSys '12  
Medusa provides high-level abstractions for specifying the steps required to complete a crowdsensing task, and employs a distributed runtime system that coordinates the execution of these tasks between  ...  In this paper, we design and implement Medusa, a novel programming framework for crowd-sensing that satisfies these requirements.  ...  An understanding of these kinds of exceptions can only come from experience using the system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2307636.2307668 dblp:conf/mobisys/Ra0PG12 fatcat:k3ylmtxaezdmxc4ddbwkydcl7q

Medusa: Simplified Graph Processing on GPUs

Jianlong Zhong, Bingsheng He
2014 IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems  
Medusa offers a small set of user-defined APIs, and embraces a runtime system to automatically execute those APIs in parallel on the GPU.  ...  significantly improve the performance of the runtime system, making its performance comparable with or better than manually tuned GPU graph operations.  ...  This work is partly supported by a MoE AcRF Tier 2 grant (MOE2012-T2-2-067) and an NVIDIA Academic Partnership Award.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpds.2013.111 fatcat:nxyliksc55ar3kn5sn73k22x5u

Complex molecular gas structure in the Medusa merger [article]

S. Aalto, S. Huettemeister (RAIUB, Bonn, Germany)
2000 arXiv   pre-print
The total molecular mass in the system is estimated to be at most 2 X 10^9 M_sun (depending on the CO - H_2 conversion factor).  ...  The molecular gas is distributed in five major emission regions of typical size 300pc. About 15 found in a bright region 1.5" south of the radio continuum nucleus.  ...  We are thankful for the useful suggestions by an anonymous referee.  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/0008233v1 fatcat:zfv6ei5vojgividyn2qf5slehu

Medusa: A tool for exploring and clustering biological networks

Georgios A Pavlopoulos, Sean D Hooper, Alejandro Sifrim, Reinhard Schneider, Jan Aerts
2011 BMC Research Notes  
Conclusions: Medusa provides a concise visual tool, which is helpful for network analysis and interpretation. Medusa is offered both as a standalone application and as an applet written in Java.  ...  Biological processes such as metabolic pathways, gene regulation or protein-protein interactions are often represented as graphs in systems biology.  ...  System: Platform Independent Programming Language: Java Requirements: JRE 1.6 or higher Operating System: Platform Independent Source Code: Open source, Free for academic use License: GNU General Public  ... 
doi:10.1186/1756-0500-4-384 pmid:21978489 pmcid:PMC3197509 fatcat:hnzeg3dp2zcdng4pnn72amddyy

Concluding Observations on the Locomotor System of Medusae

G. J. Romanes
1880 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London  
W hether or not this view was a wise one, in the result it has proved beneficial; for not only was I fortunate enough to procure the co-operation of so competent an histologist as my friend Mr.  ...  Y * The effects of several poisons still remain to be investigated, and I have still in view a number of experiments which have not yet been carried o u t; but as it is uncertain whether the results of  ...  GENERAL SUMMARY.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstl.1880.0007 fatcat:2hkaadnlaze6vejzlblabuswyq

Further Observations on the Locomotor System of Medusae

G. J. Romanes
1877 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London  
GENERAL SUMMARY.  ...  ROMANES ON THE LOCOMOTOR SYSTEM OF MEDUSA. 721 Fig. 11. . G. J. EOMANES ON THE LOCOMOTOE SYSTEM OF MEDUSAE. Fig. 13.  ...  Again, T i a r o p s i sa ppears to stand midway between Sarsia an  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstl.1877.0018 fatcat:h6r2ovpy7zekpdcncdaxyaiwn4

Network Music With Medusa: A Comparison Of Tempo Alignment In Existing Midi Apis

Flávio Luiz Schiavoni, Marcelo Queiroz, Marcelo Wanderley
2013 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Future work includes testing Portmidi performance in other operating systems. Our experiments also presented how the different stages of network communication influence latency.  ...  Portmidi is a portable API and a solution for porting Medusa to other operating systems.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850333 fatcat:pkyuubk7nbautneeqwbyuws2au

Neural redundancy and regularity of swimming beats in scyphozoan medusae

J Lerner, S A Mellen, I Waldron, R M Factor
1971 Journal of Experimental Biology  
We would expect such an experiment to fl inconclusive, however, primarily because of the probable importance of input from the statocyst and other marginal body sensory structures which apparently make  ...  In these cases the redundancy of pacemakers permitted swimming to continue despite serious damage to part of the nervous system.  ... 
pmid:4399477 fatcat:yskejmuddrfgzb2fpt5znnmumu

The Croonian Lecture: Preliminary Observations on the Locomotor System of Medusae

G. J. Romanes
1876 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London  
After stating the conflicting views held by A gassiz, M 'C rady, F ritz M u ll er , L euckart, K e f e r s t e in , E h l e r s, C laus, and others concerning the existence of a nervous system in Medusae  ...  -Preliminary Observations on the Locomotor System of M ed u sa e. By G eo rg e J. R om anes, M.A., , &c. Communicated by Professor H u x l e y , L L . D. , Sec. B . S ., &c.  ...  A gassiz regarding the nature and distribution of the nervous system which he describes as occurring in the Medusae.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstl.1876.0011 fatcat:4odidttrf5bpnhwfxe563ezkry

Medusa-1.0: a new intermediate complexity plankton ecosystem model for the global domain

A. Yool, E. E. Popova, T. R. Anderson
2011 Geoscientific Model Development  
Because of the role that plankton play in the ocean's "biological pump", changes in abundance, distribution and productivity will likely have additional consequences for the wider carbon cycle.  ...  MEDUSA-1.0 includes the biogeochemical cycles of nitrogen, silicon and iron, broadly structured into "small" and "large" plankton size classes, of which the "large" phytoplankton class is representative  ...  In particular, the assistance of Andrew Coward, Beverly de Cuevas and Steven Alderson has been invaluable in the development and simulation of MEDUSA.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-4-381-2011 fatcat:bwbbty6mybdgtjpngrh55lrle4

Mechanistic site-based emulation of a global ocean biogeochemical model (MEDUSA 1.0) for parametric analysis and calibration: an application of the Marine Model Optimization Testbed (MarMOT 1.1)

J. C. P. Hemmings, P. G. Challenor, A. Yool
2015 Geoscientific Model Development  
complex biological system.  ...  <br><br> The feasibility of establishing such a relationship is investigated for an intermediate complexity biogeochemistry model (MEDUSA) coupled with a widely used global ocean model (NEMO).  ...  The authors would like to thank Andrew Coward and the NEMO development team at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton for their technical support of the global NEMO-MEDUSA modelling activities.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-8-697-2015 fatcat:w4tnutxct5blfebzn4b3btkhki

SUMMARY OF CURRENT RESEARCHES

1900 Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society  
An immediately operative factor is the pressure of the c d o m i c fluid on the metasomic pouch and on the enteron.  ...  An intermediate condition of crtcrnal structure was brought out by Dr. Wilson in hybrids of Passijora, Albuca, Ribes, and Begonicc. From experiments with cereals and Eromeliacere, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2818.1900.tb01575.x fatcat:wtkcqlg3mzcezex3ksd52tnsjm

MEDUSA-2.0: an intermediate complexity biogeochemical model of the marine carbon cycle for climate change and ocean acidification studies

A. Yool, E. E. Popova, T. R. Anderson
2013 Geoscientific Model Development  
</strong> MEDUSA-1.0 (<b>M</b>odel of <b>E</b>cosystem <b>D</b>ynamics, nutrient <b>U</b>tilisation, <b>S</b>equestration and <b>A</b>cidification) was developed as an "intermediate complexity" plankton  ...  Here, we introduce MEDUSA-2.0, an expanded successor model which includes additional state variables for dissolved inorganic carbon, alkalinity, dissolved oxygen and detritus carbon (permitting variable  ...  Laval) for identifying errors in the description of the chlorophyll submodel of MEDUSA-2.0.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-6-1767-2013 fatcat:ei4fwyaxgrhsbezteddldfyyca

MEDUSA-2.0: an intermediate complexity biogeochemical model of the marine carbon cycle for climate change and ocean acidification studies

A. Yool, E. E. Popova, T. R. Anderson
2013 Geoscientific Model Development Discussions  
MEDUSA-1.0 (Model of Ecosystem Dynamics, nutrient Utilisation, Sequestration and Acidification) was developed as an "intermediate complexity" plankton ecosystem model to study the biogeochemical response  ...  Here, we introduce MEDUSA-2.0, an expanded successor model which includes additional state variables for dissolved inorganic carbon, alkalinity, dissolved oxygen and detritus carbon (permitting variable  ...  Laval) for identifying errors in the description of the chlorophyll submodel of MEDUSA-2.0.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmdd-6-1259-2013 fatcat:r4e6ernconbqdhzgw3kbd7ds44

WEEKLY SUMMARY OF THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE

1883 Science  
of spherical representation has been solved in any manner for a system of orthogotla1 crlrves, we can derive from the obtained solution an entire unlimited series of orthogonal spherical systems.  ...  Experiments upoil variation in plants. -In tlle botitnical garden in Ciessen, Prof. H.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.ns-1.19.548 fatcat:o2ttiy5movgttopbeqb3vfsdny
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