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The MU5 Compiler Target Language and Autocode

P. C. Capon, D. Morris, J. S. Rohl, I. R. Wilson
1972 Computer journal  
In the case of an arithmetic assignment these elements comprise a sequence of operator operand pairs.  ...  This problem is largely irrelevant with MU5 because of the high level nature of the order code.  ...  A compiler for a subset of the Autocode which generates 1900 code is also available. This is being used to develop operating system modules which will also be transferred to MU5.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/15.2.109 fatcat:hritbw2chzdqfngesafs6oke4m

Job Control in the MU5 Operating System

G. R. Frank
1976 Computer journal  
The MU5 operating system The MU5 complex consists of a number of interconnected computers.  ...  MU5 job control languages As a consequence of the system structure outlined above, the 'job control language' seen by a user of the MU5 system will usually consist of instructions to three different processes  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/19.2.139 fatcat:sfcxyarhwne7jp7tq4fn2jzkoi

Circuit technology in a large computer system

D.J. Kinniment, D.B.G. Edwards
1973 Radio and Electronic Engineer  
In the design of a large high speed computer the size of the system leads to long cable delays for data transmitted between different parts of the machine.  ...  This problem and the interconnection of a high speed E.C.L. circuit family in a large computer are discussed.  ...  Acknowledgments The MU5 project is supported by the S.R.C. and by I.C.L.  ... 
doi:10.1049/ree.1973.0068 fatcat:qitpirgih5buzklfpix54akh4a

The Manchester Mark I and atlas: a historical perspective

S. H. Lavington
1978 Communications of the ACM  
In 30 years of computer design at Manchester University two systems stand out: the Mark I (developed over the period 1946-49) and the Atlas (1956-62).  ...  The wider impact of Manchester innovations in these and other areas is discussed, and the contemporary performance of the Mark I and Atlas is evaluated.  ...  The author would like to thank Professor Tom Kilburn and many of the staff in the Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, for the helpful discussions concerning systems described in this  ... 
doi:10.1145/359327.359331 fatcat:dmrfquzvdvcnff5iotym2shjfm

Strength of Hollow Compressed Stabilized Earth-Block Masonry Prisms

Xinlei Yang, Hailiang Wang
2019 Advances in Civil Engineering  
However, it is very important to eliminate the undesirable properties of soil in an environmentally friendly way.  ...  This paper covers a detailed study of hollow compressed cement-stabilized earth-block masonry prisms to establish the strength properties of hollow compressed cement-stabilized earth-block masonry.  ...  Experimental Program Geometry of the HCCSEBs and the Masonry System. e general dimensions of the HCCSEBs used in this study are 390 mm (length), 190 mm (height), and 190 mm (width). e face and web shell  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/7854721 fatcat:liz4y6ntsncvppufkvidqhosdi

Análise sociológica da didática museal: os sujeitos pedagógicos e a dinâmica de constituição do discurso expositivo

Martha Marandino
2015 Educação e Pesquisa  
Official and pedagogic recontextualizing fields The rules of the pedagogical discourse operate in three key contexts of the educational systems.  ...  the operation and safety of the objects in the exhibits.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1517-9702201507133421 fatcat:lyrlyv4nbfdszi7vucqhgb7yoq

A Note on Compiling Arithmetic Expressions

J. S. Rohl, J. A. Linn
1972 Computer journal  
Acknowledgement We should like to thank the Science Research Council who have supported one of us (JAL) in this work.  ...  It has been pointed out by the referee and others that this algorithm is quite similar to that used by Sheridan (1959).  ...  A System Program Generator, The Computer Journal, Vol. 13, No. 3. SHERIDAN, P. B. (1959). The Arithmetic Translator-Compiler of the IBM Fortran Automatic Coding System, CACM, Vol. 2, No. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/15.1.13 fatcat:5lzl56qycrbunkqu44ozlksemq

Global optimization for the synthesis of integrated water systems in chemical processes

Ramkumar Karuppiah, Ignacio E. Grossmann
2006 Computers and Chemical Engineering  
In this work, we address the problem of optimal synthesis of an integrated water system, where water using processes and water treatment operations are combined into a single network in such a way that  ...  the total cost of obtaining freshwater for use in the water using operations, and treating wastewater is globally minimized.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge financial support from the industrial members of the Center for Advanced Process Decision-making at Carnegie Mellon University.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compchemeng.2005.11.005 fatcat:dscpgaw5fndjlc5ymdcsaluypq

Blind Relay Network with Viterbi Detection

Shuang Feng, Jie Yang, Hyuck M. Kwon
2014 2014 IEEE Military Communications Conference  
The orthogonal decoding structure was destroyed. Chapter 4 will present bit error rate or symbol error rate performance of this scheme.  ...  Figure 4 . 4 3 shows BER performance of the single-relay system with the DF protocol when the noncoherent blind Viterbi decoder is used.  ... 
doi:10.1109/milcom.2014.94 fatcat:rzh56zzwynddhfmqr5ko4kyis4

Role of EDUTECH in Digitalisation of Higher Education

Manoj Tripathi, Sangeeta Jauhari
2020 BSSS Journal of Management  
The digitalisation wave has swept every aspect of the society be it daily chores, to shopping,to travel to manufacturing to retailing to advancements in medicine and so on.  ...  There are various EDUTECHs that are working in the areas like admissions, counselling, online learning, placements, alumni associations, operations, assessments.  ...  The targets point clearly in the direction of shared services and joint systems.  ... 
doi:10.51767/jm1109 fatcat:mrgm4qwsznhgvjgjc56yp6k3zy

An intelligent memory system

A. Asthana, H. V. Jagadish, J. A. Chandross, D. Lin, S. C. Knauer
1988 SIGARCH Computer Architecture News  
SWIM (Structured Wafer-Scale Intelligent Memory) is a high bandwidth, multi-ported, disk-sized memory system capable of storing, maintaining, and manipulating data structures within it, independent of  ...  the main processing units.  ...  Operating System Support SWIM can be thought of as a low-level memory management layer in the operating system. It can provide support for the basic Operating System data structures.  ... 
doi:10.1145/54331.54332 fatcat:7a4jny6ugfegtacseyxfqi6qty

Training pedologist for soil mapping: Contextualizing methods and its accuracy using the project pedagogy approach

Elias Mendes Costa, Marcos Bacis Ceddia, Felipe Nascimento dos Santos, Laiz de Oliveira Silva, Igor Prata Terra de Rezende, Douglath Alves Correa Fernandes
2021 Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo  
PronaSolos is an effort to return to the systematic soil mapping of the national territory, which requires many pedologists who master the traditional knowledge of soil mapping, but above all, the modern  ...  In Brazil, where soil survey and mapping have been scarce since the 1990s, there is a remarkable sense of urgency.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors acknowledge the National Petroleum Agency (ANP) for funding the project "Digital Mapping of Soils in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Areas -Case Studies of the North  ... 
doi:10.36783/18069657rbcs20200130 fatcat:7w6por7tqvhnla6gvpidd66agm

Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Nrf2-Antioxidant Response Elements Mediated Gene Targets in Cortex and Hippocampus after Controlled Cortical Impact Traumatic Brain Injury in Mice

Darren M. Miller, Juan A. Wang, Ashley K. Buchanan, Edward D. Hall
2014 Journal of Neurotrauma  
This is the first known comparison between the time course of peroxidative damage and that of Nrf2-ARE activation during the first week post-TBI.  ...  In this study, we characterized the time course of Nrf2-ARE-mediated expression in the cortex and hippocampus using a unilateral controlled cortical impact model of focal TBI.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Kimberly M. Carrico for expert technical assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1089/neu.2013.3218 pmid:24628668 pmcid:PMC4082355 fatcat:65ah3q7izzb47ohm7cc6zlzj4u

p38α Stabilizes Interleukin-6 mRNA via Multiple AU-rich Elements

Wenpu Zhao, Min Liu, Keith L. Kirkwood
2007 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
To understand the mechanism of cis-elements regulated by p38␣ at post-transcriptional level, truncation of 3-UTR and the full-length 3-UTR with individual AUUUA motif mutation placed in gene reporter system  ...  AU-rich elements (AREs) in the 3-untranslated region (UTR) of unstable mRNA dictate their degradation or mediate translational repression.  ...  For the Mu5, the luciferase activity decreased another 20% compared with full-length 3Ј-UTR.  ... 
doi:10.1074/jbc.m707573200 pmid:18042545 pmcid:PMC2806577 fatcat:3xrelyahknelfg2x7qsmadcbfe

Transcriptional Regulation of ILT Family Receptors

H. Nakajima, A. Asai, A. Okada, L. Ping, F. Hamajima, T. Sata, K. Isobe
2003 Journal of Immunology  
Campbell for reading the manuscript. We are grateful to Drs.  ...  Thomas Shenk, Yoshiaki Ito, Jennifer Morris, Adam Geballe, Shigekazu Nagata (Osaka University), and Michael Atchison (Pennsylvania State University) for generous gifts of plasmid constructs.  ...  We investigated the transcriptional regulation of ILT1, ILT2, and ILT4 genes to elucidate control mechanisms operating on the specific expression of ILT receptors.  ... 
doi:10.4049/jimmunol.171.12.6611 pmid:14662864 fatcat:e5mqrbjlefbvtprpeh3xhdrp6y
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