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of the computer and derive a program from it~ or 2. one can adjust the program derived from the ideal systolic array. ... I In this case, a projection, i.e., a transformation of ~On leave from the ... the process layout of the systolic program is required. We consider the transformation of twodimensional systolic programs into one-dimensional systolic programs. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-51305-1_18 fatcat:ntjz57py2vewvj456tgv76rjoy
of the computer and derive a program from it~ or 2. one can adjust the program derived from the ideal systolic array. ... I In this case, a projection, i.e., a transformation of ~On leave from the ... the process layout of the systolic program is required. We consider the transformation of twodimensional systolic programs into one-dimensional systolic programs. ...doi:10.1007/bf01888228 fatcat:ncn7wplu6nhhbikm5fr6edlfda
The programming system treats a special class of systolic computations, called atomic systolic computations, any one of which can be specified as a set of properties: the computation's ( 1) index set ( ... The design issues associated with such a programming system are identified. A spacetime representation of systolic computations is described briefly in order to motivate SDEF's program notation. ... The intent of the Hearts project is to provide a programming environment that facilitates the creation of systolic programs. ...doi:10.1016/0743-7315(89)90018-x fatcat:ap542ogpb5cipngui4bq5oboey
This paper focuses on design of systolic architecture and by the application of evolutionary programming to achieve 100% HUE (Hardware Utilization Efficiency) for space representation containing delays ... Using EP, we are able to find the number of different solutions for designing the systolic architecture for regular iterative algorithms. ... Features of systolic array: synchrony, Modularity, Regularity, Spatial locality, temporal, locality & pipelinability. Evolutionary Programming: Evolutionary Programming (EP) is presented by L. ...doi:10.9790/4200-04420611 fatcat:eufvdm6j25ccdgre6c3efyg6am
The synthesis method consists in first unfolding the functional expression of the target function until the first four elements are separated, and then by projecting the remaining list expression into ... The method is implemented as a set of rewrite rules in the Theorema system, and it generates the description of the systolic arrays in a completely automatic manner, starting from the functional definitions ... The research presented here is also part of the project on program verification and synthesis, which is supported by BMBWK (Austrian Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture), BMWA (Austrian Ministry ...doi:10.1109/synasc.2005.36 dblp:conf/synasc/JebeleanS05 fatcat:vu2lmxhbgfeaxpdflirx6cncqa
A computer simulation model projected the cost-effectiveness of hypertension treatment in Chinese adults, assuming a range of essential medicines list drug costs. ... Improved hypertension control in China would result in result in enormous health gains in the world's largest population. ... DG and CH were supported by grants from the Ministry of Science and Technology of China (2011BAI09B03 and 2011BAI11B03). ...doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001860 pmid:26241895 pmcid:PMC4524696 fatcat:aqoltwevxjhj7imcupw7243x2m
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
: final report of the Pooling Project. ... Hypertension Detection and Follow-up Program Cooperative Group: Five-year findings of the Hypertension Detection and Follow-up Program. |I—Mortality by race, sex and age. ...
The aim of the study was to assess the effects of walking on the blood pressure in sedentary adults with differing degrees of systolic blood pressure (SBP). ... Results The weekly walking time of the subjects completing the project was uniform and reached 300 minutes by the second month. 56% of participants completed the 6 months intervention (182 women 59.6 ± ... Blood pressure changes relative to baseline systolic blood pressure To analyze specifically the effects of walking on the blood pressure of the 296 subjects with elevated SBP finishing the project they ...doi:10.7717/peerj.5471 pmid:30186685 pmcid:PMC6119598 fatcat:sxg7xqt3vvfjfickvcsicanw5e
for four months.Results: At the end of the program, more than half of the participants (n = 41) had blood pressure improvement (decrease in systolic or/a diastolic). ... their last.Conclusions: The extremely positive effects of this project are an eye-opening on the need of applying the program on a larger scale. ... At the end of the program, more than half of the participants (n = 41) had blood pressure improvement (decrease in systolic or/a diastolic). ...doi:10.5430/ijh.v5n2p62 fatcat:i2wv52bgqrf2df3lbmfoxs3nhm
Real-Time Signal Processing VII
Acknp*vlpdgmeirt5 The PSC is a result of a team effort; its architecture and design have been reported in separate papers, 2,3 ' 4 on which some of the material of this paper is based. F. H. ... The PSC research was supported in part by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DoD), ARPA Order No. 3597, monitored by the Air Force Avionics Laboratory under Contract F33615-81-K-1539. ... to implement each of the systolic cells; the program takes only one instruction to implement all the operations depicted in Figure 2 (b). ...doi:10.1117/12.944017 fatcat:mmkb54l5encxzobk7cwaoh3yq4
We examined the association between HONU program participation and blood pressure (BP) control over the first 2 years of the project. ... In the final adjusted model, participation in any 2 component programs of the HONU Project was associated with significantly higher odds of BP control among those with uncontrolled BP at baseline (n = ... Acknowledgments We thank the Heart of New Ulm project Staff as well as all of the community residents who participated in the program. ...doi:10.5888/pcd11.130205 pmid:24674634 pmcid:PMC3970769 fatcat:iamh6siux5gc7deimlal67ynum
The following article describes a successful project from the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine, Tampa, to improve A1C, systolic blood ... This program focused on improving the A1C, systolic blood pressure, and weight of our patients with type 2 di-abetes through intensive self-management support in a group visit setting. ...doi:10.2337/cd17-0104 pmid:29263581 fatcat:mn2h4ov3o5bv5kxuiscmxskwja
The project began in March 1974, and as of May 1, 1976, a total of 60,896 individuals, with complete data, had been screened. The followup portion of this project is emphasized in this paper. ... 2 The Hypertension Screening and Awareness Project, funded by the Kansas Regional Medical Program and operated by the WSU Branch-KUMC, has had three major objectives: (1) to collect data on blood pressure ...
Conclusions: In the context of a community-based screening program, automated and manual measurements may be used interchangeably to obtain an accurate measure of systolic blood pressure. ... Results: No significant difference between manual and automated techniques was noted in the measurement of systolic blood pressure, but was noted for diastolic blood pressure. ... of up to 25%. 10 Building on these successes, while also minimizing the resource-intense nature of these and other screening programs, our project aimed to develop an evidence-based protocol and technique ...doi:10.5195/ijms.2013.12 fatcat:fqeqgyyncre57pks7wwpkoht6y
the collection of end-diastolic and end-systolic images. ... End-diastolic and end-systolic digital cardiac images are gated from the electrocardiogram. ... The ejection fraction calculation program allows the user to view the diastolic, systolic, or diastolic minus systolic image on the computer oscilloscope screen. ...pmid:5041644 fatcat:tpv6dreslnbirgw5ax34nt5ab4
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