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Storage reallocation in hierarchical associative memories

Jeffrey L. Gertz
1971 Proceedings of the third symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '71  
Then, it considers the ramifications of storage reallocation in the memory and develops a new unit of storage transfer, the paragraph.  ...  This paper examines several issues that arise when hierarchical associative memories are used to accomplish this objective.  ...  The retrieval problems resulting from the use of hierarchical associative memories are due to the need for the multiple storage of words in memory.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800212.806500 dblp:conf/sosp/Gertz71 fatcat:qm5whxdycbfw5ghfqs3yljj42q

Multiple gates on working memory

Christopher H Chatham, David Badre
2015 Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences  
Key evidence now supports the prediction that BG can act as a gate on the input to working memory, as a gate on its output, and as a means of reallocating working memory representations rendered irrelevant  ...  A long-standing hypothesis posits these same circuits are replicated in more rostral brain regions to support gating of cognitive representations.  ...  (b) Frontostriatal mechanisms can implement a gate to select useful but transient information for rapid storage in working memory, as well as a gate to select of information from working memory to inform  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cobeha.2014.08.001 pmid:26719851 pmcid:PMC4692183 fatcat:2j4ih4fznvfebhcjsqopcwg3u4

Non-hierarchical document clustering using the ICL distribution array processor

E. Rasmussen, P. Willett
1987 Proceedings of the 10th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '87  
Algorithms are described for the implementation of the single-pass and reallocation clustering methods on the DAP and on a conventional mainframe computer.  ...  A characteristic of the DAP is that processing must be carried out on the same relative location in each of the local storage areas associated with each PE; such a common storage area is referred to as  ...  CLUSTERING PROCEDURES Two non-hierarchic clustering methods are studied in this report, these being the single-pass method and the reallocation method.  ... 
doi:10.1145/42005.42020 dblp:conf/sigir/RasmussenW87 fatcat:pbc666jdtzbibkjphxfbiksrgi

EFFICIENT LOAD BALANCING IN PEER-TO-PEER SYSTEMS USING VIRTUAL SERVERS

SUBY MARIA JACOB
2013 International Journal of Communication Networks and Security  
a hierarchical fashion.  ...  Peers participating in a Distributed Hash Table (DHT) are often heterogeneous.  ...  In this situation we mainly focus the DHT Super peer will have some capacity so it will check the memory first and if memory is available it will get the data from the client and store it in the memory  ... 
doi:10.47893/ijcns.2013.1065 fatcat:fd3ik4rd3faapjt6bg5s7ndeou

FIFO segmentation as a substitute to linked lists

Faidon C. Petreas, George I. Stasinopoulos
2008 AEU - International Journal of Electronics and Communications  
Two segments per flow are sufficient to achieve, over time, complete memory reallocation without data movement.  ...  We never allocate more than two segments of contiguous memory per flow and thus avoid the proliferation of pointers and associated memory fragmentation.  ...  Successive application of the resize procedure can lead to memory reallocation for all flows. However the relative placement of flows in memory remains the same.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aeue.2007.05.006 fatcat:n6bvpgpzrfcpnbreo7kbuizwxy

IaaS Cloud Architecture: From Virtualized Datacenters to Federated Cloud Infrastructures

Rafael Moreno-Vozmediano, Montero, Ignacio M. Llorente
2012 Computer  
Rafael Moreno-Vozmediano is an associate professor at Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).  ...  Montero is the chief architect of the OpenNebula Project, a cofounder of C12G Labs, and an associate professor at Complutense University of Madrid.  ...  instance following a hierarchical arrangement.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2012.76 fatcat:hozoteadmrh6hjg4d3kdfodnpi

The Next Generation ARC Middleware and ATLAS Computing Model

Andrej Filipčič, David Cameron, Oxana Smirnova, Aleksandr Konstantinov, Dmytro Karpenko
2012 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
The current paradigm does not divide the sites as in the commonly used hierarchical model, but rather treats them as a single storage endpoint and a pool of distributed computing nodes.  ...  The distributed NDGF Tier-1 and associated NorduGrid clusters are well integrated into the ATLAS computing environment but follow a slightly different paradigm than other ATLAS resources.  ...  In addition, it provides a solution for sites with limited disk resources to participate efficiently in ATLAS production.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/396/3/032039 fatcat:bvcc6bn34jha3mr476aafuhzfi

Conformal and Non-conformal Adaptive Mesh Refinement with Hierarchical Array-based Half-Facet Data Structures

Xinglin Zhao, Rebecca Conley, Navamita Ray, Vijay S. Mahadevan, Xiangmin Jiao
2015 Procedia Engineering  
We present a generalization of the Array-based Half-Facet (AHF) mesh data structure, called Hierarchical AHF, for hierarchical unstructured meshes generated from adaptive mesh refinement for solving PDEs  ...  To facilitate the interoperability of mesh based applications, auxiliary data will be designed on top of Hierarchical AHF.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded in part by the SciDAC program funded by the Office of Science, Advanced Scientific Computing Research of the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.10.141 fatcat:ntmfecu2lfc7jopb2waszviq7a

RS-Pooling: an adaptive data distribution strategy for fault-tolerant and large-scale storage systems

Moisés Quezada-Naquid, Ricardo Marcelín-Jiménez, J. L. Gonzalez-Compeán, Jesus Carretero Perez
2015 Journal of Supercomputing  
Storage pooling is a virtualization technique used in data centers to build upgradeable storage pools and to face up the explosive growth of information.  ...  In this technique, a randomized data distribution strategy (DDS) ensures the load balancing when adding new devices to the pool by using reallocation mechanisms.  ...  as a data layer included in big data hierarchical architectures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11227-015-1569-7 fatcat:srlycy4ebreyrclnzrvqfu7egu

What-if Planning for Military Logistics [chapter]

M. Afzal Upal
2003 Intelligent Systems Design and Applications  
Such tools must be able to generate alternative plans in response to such questions, while maintaining the original plan(s) for comparison.  ...  The decision makers involved in military logistics planning need tools that can answer hypothetical ("what-if") questions such as how will a detailed logistics plan change if the high level operational  ...  Figure 5 : 5 In the flat object management scheme each object has an associated visibleworld-list. Figure 6 : 6 Hierarchical object storing scheme.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-44999-7_15 fatcat:pgvvrdst4jbrpjlmsykeqbutw4

DIALOG

Benjamin W. Wah, S. Bing Yao
1980 Proceedings of the May 19-22, 1980, national computer conference on - AFIPS '80  
An example of this hierarchical network is shown in Figure 2 .  ...  Further, 1/0 lines must be extensive in order to load the associative memory in parallel.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1500518.1500554 dblp:conf/afips/WahY80 fatcat:ogrm5knzpzb7fb2fbtrlejzxdm

Organizational factors in memory

Gordon H Bower
1970 Cognitive Psychology  
These basic schemes provide implicit cues to guide the person's search through memory. Hierarchical schemes, based on recursive associative decoding, are particularly effective retrieval plans.  ...  about recognition memory and trial-by-trial increments in recall of the same string.  ...  In these terms, memorial recognition of identity depends both upon the information remaining in the target trace and on whether the coded input gets shunted to the same storage location.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0010-0285(70)90003-4 fatcat:r4cgk6m27zfvhgodtwvw3fsdci

Working memory management and predicted utility

Christopher H. Chatham, David Badre
2013 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  
First, participants demonstrated behavioral costs when the utility of items already maintained in WM declined and resources should be reallocated.  ...  Working memory management and predicted utility. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 7:83.  ...  In this task, a disambiguating context was occasionally presented following the storage of a single item in WM.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00083 pmid:23882196 pmcid:PMC3713341 fatcat:f3krsfpq55g5pp2o74v2bi3xja

A Grid-Based Distributed Simulation of Plasma Turbulence [chapter]

S. Briguglio, Beniamino di Martino, G. Fogaccia, G. Vlad, Salvatore Venticinque
2006 High-Performance Computing  
In this paper the porting on a Globus equipped platform of a hierarchically distributed-shared memory parallel version of an application for particle-in-cell (PIC) simulation of plasma turbulence is described  ...  Grid technology is widespreading, but most grid-enabled applications just exploit shared storage resources rather than computational ones, or utilize static remote allocation mechanisms of Grid platforms  ...  there would be, indeed, no distribution of the memory-storage loads related to such arrays).  ... 
doi:10.1002/0471732710.ch27 fatcat:3sddvloltza5fhaob7e53thz7u

A Comparative Analysis of Performance of Shared Memory Cluster Computing Interconnection Systems

Minakshi Tripathy, C. R. Tripathy
2014 Journal of Computer Networks and Communications  
The systems taken up for the purpose of the study are shared memory clusters, hierarchical shared memory clusters, distributed shared memory clusters, and the virtual distributed shared memory clusters  ...  In this paper, a detailed comparative study on four important and different classes of shared memory cluster architectures has been made.  ...  The hierarchical checkpointing and recovery is performed through local disk, mirrored and stable storage checkpointing in different levels of hierarchy.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/128438 fatcat:qcjwpzai3bewnnvkti7s6vu7tq
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