... transistor tapering technique in 1982 and demonstrated that it can significantly improve performance of large FET networks. It may be observed that an n-type FET chain may discharge faster if widths of the FETs decrease gradually from bottom FET to the top. There are two effects associated with the ...

Slides - University of Alberta

... The population numbers of lemming fluctuate greatly over a period of 3-4 years until now. Ecologists suspect that such oscillations are controlled by a trophic mechanism. Their principal summer foods are moss and ...

... The population numbers of lemming fluctuate greatly over a period of 3-4 years until now. Ecologists suspect that such oscillations are controlled by a trophic mechanism. Their principal summer foods are moss and ...

Factoring via Strong Lattice Reduction Algorithms 1 Introduction

... with ju ; v N j = 1 : Using this hypothesis and a theorem of Norton and Can eld, Erdos, Pomerance No71, CEP83] Schnorr Sc93] has shown the following: For any > 0 there exists an > 0 such that there are N +o(1) lattice vectors z with ...

... with ju ; v N j = 1 : Using this hypothesis and a theorem of Norton and Can eld, Erdos, Pomerance No71, CEP83] Schnorr Sc93] has shown the following: For any > 0 there exists an > 0 such that there are N +o(1) lattice vectors z with ...

Lower bounds of shortest vector lengths in random knapsack lattices

... The most famous computational problem on lattices is the shortest vector problem(SVP): Given a basis of a lattice L, find a vector u ∈ L, such that k v k≥k u k for any vector v ∈ L \ 0. For the hardness of SVP, Ajtai first proved that SVP is NP-hard under a randomized reduction [1] and his result w ...

... The most famous computational problem on lattices is the shortest vector problem(SVP): Given a basis of a lattice L, find a vector u ∈ L, such that k v k≥k u k for any vector v ∈ L \ 0. For the hardness of SVP, Ajtai first proved that SVP is NP-hard under a randomized reduction [1] and his result w ...

Interconnect Layout Optimization Under Higher

... Wire sizing and spacing considering Cx [Cong-He+, ICCAD’97, TCAD’99] Simultaneous device and interconnect sizing [Cong-He, ICCAD’96, TCAD’99] Simultaneous topology generation with buffer insertion and wiresizing 2 -1/2 D capacitance model [Cong-He-Kahng+, DAC’97] (with Cadence) 2 -1/2 D inductance m ...

... Wire sizing and spacing considering Cx [Cong-He+, ICCAD’97, TCAD’99] Simultaneous device and interconnect sizing [Cong-He, ICCAD’96, TCAD’99] Simultaneous topology generation with buffer insertion and wiresizing 2 -1/2 D capacitance model [Cong-He-Kahng+, DAC’97] (with Cadence) 2 -1/2 D inductance m ...

convergence results for ant routing algorithms via stochastic approximation and optimization

... destination k via the neighbor j ∈ N (i, k). The matrix L(i) has the same dimensions as R(i), and its (i, j)-th entry contains various statistics pertaining to the route (i, j, . . . , k). Examples of such statistics could be mean delay and delay variance estimates of the route (i, j, . . . , k). Th ...

... destination k via the neighbor j ∈ N (i, k). The matrix L(i) has the same dimensions as R(i), and its (i, j)-th entry contains various statistics pertaining to the route (i, j, . . . , k). Examples of such statistics could be mean delay and delay variance estimates of the route (i, j, . . . , k). Th ...

Implementing QoS

... User pays per mark and slows down when pay rate reaches budget Revenues = Loss rate (times unit cost) Distributed according to “willingness to pay” By choosing unit cost, adjust loss rate. Throughput is then divided according to user utilities. => Single class, but differentiated services. ...

... User pays per mark and slows down when pay rate reaches budget Revenues = Loss rate (times unit cost) Distributed according to “willingness to pay” By choosing unit cost, adjust loss rate. Throughput is then divided according to user utilities. => Single class, but differentiated services. ...

- SlideBoom

... The ripple carry adder is constructed by cascading each single-bit full-adder. In the ripple carry adder, each full-adder starts its computation till previous carry-out signal is ready. ...

... The ripple carry adder is constructed by cascading each single-bit full-adder. In the ripple carry adder, each full-adder starts its computation till previous carry-out signal is ready. ...

Microprocessors I

... Enable device-specific interrupts first Enable global interrupts (GIE bit on PIC16F1829) ...

... Enable device-specific interrupts first Enable global interrupts (GIE bit on PIC16F1829) ...

ppt

... 1. Sense the channel. 2. IF the channel is idle, THEN with probability p transmit and with probability (1-p) delay for one time slot and start over. 3. IF the channel is busy, THEN delay one timeslot and start over. Networks: Local Area Networks ...

... 1. Sense the channel. 2. IF the channel is idle, THEN with probability p transmit and with probability (1-p) delay for one time slot and start over. 3. IF the channel is busy, THEN delay one timeslot and start over. Networks: Local Area Networks ...

A new measure of heterogeneity of complex

... In late 1950s, Erdős and Rényi made a breakthrough in the classical mathematical graph theory. They described a network with complex topology by a random graph (ER model)[3]. In the past few years, the discovery of smallworld[4] and scale-free properties[5] has stimulated a great deal of interest ...

... In late 1950s, Erdős and Rényi made a breakthrough in the classical mathematical graph theory. They described a network with complex topology by a random graph (ER model)[3]. In the past few years, the discovery of smallworld[4] and scale-free properties[5] has stimulated a great deal of interest ...

Lesson 03 - Introduction to Arduino

... ‘Hello’ – of in our case Mr Blinky • We are going to plug our Arduino into the computer. • Then we create or load a sketch (program) and then upload it to the Arduino. • A lot of software programs use a hello command as a test when you first start. • The programming language we use with Arduino is ...

... ‘Hello’ – of in our case Mr Blinky • We are going to plug our Arduino into the computer. • Then we create or load a sketch (program) and then upload it to the Arduino. • A lot of software programs use a hello command as a test when you first start. • The programming language we use with Arduino is ...

2015-2016 through 2016-2017

... the problem, the solution also should address the case in which the smaller number is 4 times the larger, or 4x < x. In this case, we still have y = 4x, so x + y = 3(4x) + 18. Substituting 4x for y and solving for x, yields x + 4x = 3(4x) + 18 → 5x = 12x + 18 → −7x = 18 → x = − 18/7, which means tha ...

... the problem, the solution also should address the case in which the smaller number is 4 times the larger, or 4x < x. In this case, we still have y = 4x, so x + y = 3(4x) + 18. Substituting 4x for y and solving for x, yields x + 4x = 3(4x) + 18 → 5x = 12x + 18 → −7x = 18 → x = − 18/7, which means tha ...

Scalable Low Overhead Delay Estimation

... Current methods cost high BW according to the authors multicast network model (Would be ...

... Current methods cost high BW according to the authors multicast network model (Would be ...

Multimedia Networking Quality of Service

... Fill rate x(t) fluctuates with time – due to TCP congestion control and window flow control X(t) may be less that d for long periods because of congestion Empty client buffer - starvation/underflow Introduces undesirable pause during the playback X(t) very much depends on the size of the client buff ...

... Fill rate x(t) fluctuates with time – due to TCP congestion control and window flow control X(t) may be less that d for long periods because of congestion Empty client buffer - starvation/underflow Introduces undesirable pause during the playback X(t) very much depends on the size of the client buff ...

Errata for the 2015-2016 School Handbook

... Errata for the 2015-2016 School Handbook 2015-2016 MATHCOUNTS School Handbook (last updated on November 12, 2015) ...

... Errata for the 2015-2016 School Handbook 2015-2016 MATHCOUNTS School Handbook (last updated on November 12, 2015) ...

Buck Regulator Architectures

... provided the inductor current remains continuous. At light loading conditions the current in the inductor will become discontinuous. Shown here are the switching waveforms for a Buck regulator controlled with constant on-time control in the discontinuous conduction mode, which means the ramping indu ...

... provided the inductor current remains continuous. At light loading conditions the current in the inductor will become discontinuous. Shown here are the switching waveforms for a Buck regulator controlled with constant on-time control in the discontinuous conduction mode, which means the ramping indu ...

Mounting Instructions for the Micro Controller Time lag Type 5/ZII

... For LUNOS fans without time lag installed ...

... For LUNOS fans without time lag installed ...

eecs 141: spring 10—midterm 2 - University of California, Berkeley

... (e) (3 pts) Another approach to derive the delay of critical path and derive the optimum sizing of the pass-transistors is to use the Logical Effort approach. Explain QUALITATIVELY how you would apply this to this problem. Do you expect the result to be the same as obtained in (d)? Explain why? ...

... (e) (3 pts) Another approach to derive the delay of critical path and derive the optimum sizing of the pass-transistors is to use the Logical Effort approach. Explain QUALITATIVELY how you would apply this to this problem. Do you expect the result to be the same as obtained in (d)? Explain why? ...

Quantum Brownian motion in a periodic potential and the

... The QBM model is most easily described using an imaginary time path integral for the coordinate r( t ). In 1D electronic problems, this is derived by first bosonizing, and then integrating out the degrees of freedom away from the QPC.3 The action has the form1 S5S 0 @ r~ t !# 2 ...

... The QBM model is most easily described using an imaginary time path integral for the coordinate r( t ). In 1D electronic problems, this is derived by first bosonizing, and then integrating out the degrees of freedom away from the QPC.3 The action has the form1 S5S 0 @ r~ t !# 2 ...

Local Area Networks

... I :: input load - the total (normalized) rate of data generated by all n stations G :: offered load – the total (normalized) data rate presented to the network including retransmissions S :: throughput of LAN - the total (normalized) data rate transferred between stations D :: average frame delay – ...

... I :: input load - the total (normalized) rate of data generated by all n stations G :: offered load – the total (normalized) data rate presented to the network including retransmissions S :: throughput of LAN - the total (normalized) data rate transferred between stations D :: average frame delay – ...

Shortest Vector In A Lattice is NP-Hard to approximate - CS

... ► It asserts the existence of a lattice and a sphere, such that: ( L) is bigger than times the sphere radius. With high probability the sphere contains exponentially many lattice vectors. ...

... ► It asserts the existence of a lattice and a sphere, such that: ( L) is bigger than times the sphere radius. With high probability the sphere contains exponentially many lattice vectors. ...

Mesh Currents - Texas A&M University

... Since m1 is easy to compute, Elmore used m1 as the delay for the RC circuit It can be shown for RC trees, h(t) is skewed to the left. Therefore Elmore delay is always an upper bound on the 50% delay ...

... Since m1 is easy to compute, Elmore used m1 as the delay for the RC circuit It can be shown for RC trees, h(t) is skewed to the left. Therefore Elmore delay is always an upper bound on the 50% delay ...