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clubber: removing the bioinformatics bottleneck in big data analyses

Maximilian Miller, Chengsheng Zhu, Yana Bromberg
2017 Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics  
AbstractWith the advent of modern day high-throughput technologies, the bottleneck in biological discovery has shifted from the cost of doing experiments to that of analyzing results.  ...  Last but not least, we thank all those who deposit their experimental data in public databases and those who maintain these databases.  ...  We also thank Timothy Karl (TUM), for his help with the rostlab cluster setup within the clubber environment and the rostlab members for quickly adapting clubber after evaluating its functionality.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jib-2017-0020 pmid:28609295 pmcid:PMC5929469 fatcat:zyxoviyqpbbudaf7foylkipkne

Efficient in-hardware compression of on-chip data

Amin Ghasemazar
In order to efficiently compress on-chip data, the compression mechanisms need to leverage all relevant data stored in on-chip memory.  ...  The past decade has seen tremendous growth in how much data is collected and stored, and consequently in the sizes of application working sets.  ...  In MICRO, 2015. [174] Maximilian Miller, Chengsheng Zhu, and Yana Bromberg. Clubber: removing the bioinformatics bottleneck in big data analyses.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0404515 fatcat:nxtj5xz4yffm7inyjyp7k6caem