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Geochemical assessment of isolation performance during 10 years of CO2 EOR at Weyburn

J.W. Johnson
2011 Energy Procedia  
The Final-Phase Weyburn geochemical research program includes explicitly integrated yet conceptually distinct monitoring, modeling, and experimental components.  ...  data and forward models to improve reservoir characterization and long-term forecasts of isolation performance.  ...  This contribution provides a brief review of the methodologies used and results obtained to date for each of these objectives.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2011.02.297 fatcat:u6f33qfhdnbavepltfprxtx7au

Performance Measurement for Social Enterprises

Marika Arena, Giovanni Azzone, Irene Bengo
2014 VOLUNTAS - International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations  
The proposed approach consists of a "general" PMS model for SEs-i.e., the performance dimensions that should be measured-and a stepwise method to be used by SEs to develop their own PMS.  ...  From an academic perspective, there has been an explosion in methodologies and tools for assessing social performance and impact, but with little systematic analysis and comparison across different approaches  ...  Stepwise Method for the PMS Design After defining the performance dimensions relevant for a SE, we provide some guidance for supporting the design of the PMS, moving from the tools and Voluntas (2015)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11266-013-9436-8 fatcat:5oct2kv2ybgqddiqp5azoizlfi

Corporate entrepreneurship and financial performance: The role of management

C. J. Goosen, T. J. De Coning, E. V.D.M. Smit
2002 South African Journal of Business Management  
It is hypothesised that a positive relationship exists between the financial performance of an organisation and the level of intrapreneurship within the organisation with causation running from entrepreneurship  ...  Using a three-factor key intrapreneurship model developed by Goosen, De Coning and Smit (2002) and financial outcomes from a sample of companies listed in the industrial sector of the Johannesburg Stock  ...  The SPSS program (SPSS, 2001) used for the statistical analysis identified ten values as extreme or as 'outliers'.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajbm.v33i4.708 fatcat:lynrlyzhnffuboeor6mlpuxzke

High Performance Lithography Hotspot Detection With Successively Refined Pattern Identifications and Machine Learning

Duo Ding, J. A. Torres, D. Z. Pan
2011 IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems  
flow with successive performance refinements.  ...  To address the above issues, we propose a high performance hotspot detection methodology consisting of: 1) a fast layout analyzer; 2) powerful hotspot pattern identifiers; and 3) a generic and efficient  ...  Ghosh at the University of Texas, Austin, for his insightful comments and feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcad.2011.2164537 fatcat:4k44q6jiwrbhvpj34ltonotpmq

Scalability and Performance Analysis of OpenMP Codes Using the Periscope Toolkit

Shajulin Benedict, Michael Gerndt
2014 Computing and informatics  
Periscope is an online-based performance analysis toolkit which consists of a user defined number of analysis agents that automatically search for the performance properties while the application is running  ...  In order to detect the scalability and performance bottlenecks of OpenMP codes using Periscope, a few newly defined performance properties and meta properties are formalized.  ...  In general, application developers perform a stepwise parallelization of a preexisting serial program which may lead to performance problems, e.g. resource under-utilization.  ... 
dblp:journals/cai/BenedictG14 fatcat:omf7nkn3w5ckhont544aetggsa

A Study on High Performance Embedded Systems with Multiple Processors

Prakash H T, Dr. Srinivas M
2017 IJARCCE  
This postulation builds up a coordinated advancement and parallelization methodology that can manage low-level C codes and creates enhanced parallel code for homogeneous multi-DSP architecture with disseminated  ...  The progress made in growing more propelled compilers for embedded systems, programming of embedded elite computing systems in light of Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) is as yet an exceedingly talented  ...  The entrance to the local memory must be performed totally by software, which abstains from coordinating refined and power expending equipment control assets.  ... 
doi:10.17148/ijarcce.2017.6622 fatcat:zqzlqoep5rbhjjfshxnsw2uaia

Validation of a Screening Survey To Assess Local Public Health Performance

C. Arden Miller, Thomas B. Richards, Sonia M. Davis, Catharine A. McKaig, Gary G. Koch, Tonya J. Sharp, Gregory M. Christenson
1995 Journal of Public Health Management and Practice  
The UNC protocol was regarded by many respondents as a use- ful exercise in program review, especially useful for staff training.  ...  The tools for performing these tasks show sufficient promise to warrant their refinement and extensive application.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00124784-199500110-00012 pmid:10186594 fatcat:tztzlrcea5bbjb227k6mtzmhmq

System-level performance evaluation of reconfigurable processors

R. Enzler, C. Plessl, M. Platzner
2005 Microprocessors and microsystems  
In this paper, we first present a framework for the cycle-accurate performance evaluation of hybrid reconfigurable processors on the system level.  ...  Then, we discuss a reconfigurable processor for data-streaming applications, which attaches a coarse-grained reconfigurable unit to the coprocessor interface of a standard embedded CPU core.  ...  A conventional VHDL testbench can be used for functional verification of the RU in stand-alone mode. The VHDL model of the RU can be stepwise refined to get a fully synthesizable RU description.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.micpro.2004.06.004 fatcat:fhkq7bs6ybdttgse2ejyjjmlyy

Protein–Protein Docking: Overview and Performance Analysis [chapter]

Kevin Wiehe, Matthew W. Peterson, Brian Pierce, Julian Mintseris, Zhiping Weng
2008 Protein Structure Prediction  
We also investigate ZDOCK's performance on a non-redundant protein complex benchmark.  ...  docking programs in the Critical Assessment of Predicted Interactions (CAPRI), a series of community-wide blind tests.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to the Scientific Computing Facilities at Boston University and the Advanced Biomedical Computing Center at NCI, NIH for support in computing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-59745-574-9_11 pmid:18075170 fatcat:vv3bw3a3wbampmk3zzysrqexvm

Performance Prediction of Component-Based Systems [chapter]

Steffen Becker, Lars Grunske, Raffaela Mirandola, Sven Overhage
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
a systems performance within a specified deployment environment.  ...  In so doing, we establish a basis to select an appropriate prediction method and to provide recommendations for future research activities, which could significantly improve the performance prediction  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Viktoria Firus and Ian Gorton for their valuable and inspiring input during our break-out session at Dagstuhl, which preceded this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11786160_10 fatcat:63e7tyknr5bnrc7fclau377hci

Lessons learned from the European thoracic surgery database: The composite performance score

A. Brunelli, G. Rocco, D. Van Raemdonck, G. Varela, M. Dahan
2010 European Journal of Surgical Oncology  
Conclusions: A revised Composite Performance Score was developed and a reference table presented to be used as a benchmark for the ESTS Quality Certification program.  ...  This study reports the methods used to review the Composite Performance Score (CPS) along with a reference table, which will be used in the upcoming ESTS Quality Certification Program.  ...  Based on that methodology, ESTS recently developed and published a Composite Performance Score (CPS) for lung surgery (8) Finally, risk-adjusted morbidity and mortality rates were calculated for each  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejso.2010.06.023 pmid:20594790 fatcat:jbg3rczvvbhvrkzt2466vqw4zm

Performance Assessment in Airway Management Training for Nonanesthesiology Trainees

Thomas E. Grissom, Joshua Sappenfield, Samuel M. Galvagno, Shane V. Cherry, Yu-Cherng Channing Chang, Peter F. Hu
2014 Anesthesiology  
Given the large volume of procedures, varied patient population, stable conditions for teaching and availability of highly trained staff, many residency training programs have established rotations in  ...  still barriers to training and it is often difficult to achieve a sufficient volume of clinical cases to establish competency during rotations in the primary specialty. 5 Many of these programs have reached  ...  An-ESTHESIOlOGY's articles are made freely accessible to all readers, for personal use only, 6 months from the cover date of the issue.  ... 
doi:10.1097/aln.0000000000000064 pmid:24201030 fatcat:skmgok2w5vbh5jf5sjjzf3cwvu

D6.3.1: Report on available performance analysis and benchmark tools, representative Benchmark

Peter Michielse, Jon Hill, Guillaume Houzeaux, Olli-Pekka Lehto, Walter Lioen
2008 Zenodo  
Apart from the benchmark suite, this document also reports on currently available performance analysis tools and synthetic benchmarks, as these are essential tools for monitoring scalability and optimisation  ...  A third aspect is the available combinations of expertise on applications and expertise on architecture, for which it makes sense to be used as appropriate and efficient as possible.  ...  In section 2, besides some important definitions, a refinement of objectives and the methodology to arrive at them, will be discussed.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6546108 fatcat:jd6izz6ykrawlpuiwo6kjgljqa

The Worst Performance Rule as Moderation: New Methods for Worst Performance Analysis

Gidon Frischkorn, Anna-Lena Schubert, Andreas Neubauer, Dirk Hagemann
2016 Journal of Intelligence  
from best to worst performance instead of providing an adequate statistical test for this phenomenon (for a detailed review, see [3] ).  ...  ) indicates that increases in the inter-individual standard deviation from best to worst performance may play a crucial role for the WPR.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank one anonymous reviewer for pointing out that covariance between RT and g may increase from best to worst performance bands partly due to increases in variance of RT from best  ... 
doi:10.3390/jintelligence4030009 fatcat:se5zmelwyreepljl4x5sk36g44

Compositional performance modelling with the TIPPtool

H. Hermanns, U. Herzog, U. Klehmet, V. Mertsiotakis, M. Siegle
2000 Performance evaluation (Print)  
Stochastic process algebras have been proposed as compositional specification formalisms for performance models.  ...  In this paper, we describe a tool which aims at realising all beneficial aspects of compositional performance modelling, the TIPPtool.  ...  Although a lot has been achieved, there remain, of course, many open problems for future research. We will briefly present some aspects of ongoing work in the TIPP project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-5316(99)00056-5 fatcat:g5bc2sukmfa2tjwy3rhjhiomye
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