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Rethinking buffer operations in a dual-store framework
First and foremost, I would like to thank my advisor, Ken Malmberg, for his guidance and expertise, for teaching me how to do good research, and for drilling into my awareness the idea that data always comes first! I have learned more than I could possibly explain in my time as a graduate student in your lab. Thanks also for your flexibility, for giving me the freedom to develop new lines of research while continuing to guide me toward my goal. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to have such an experience as a graduate student.doi:10.1037/e520592012-745 fatcat:ax6y4mjnnrd25eiehicreojmse