Browsing by Author "Cleary, John G."

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  • Adaptive models of English text

    Teahan, W.J.; Cleary, John G. (Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato, 1997-11)
    High quality models of English text with performance approaching that of humans is important for many applications including spelling correction, speech recognition, OCR, and encryption. A number of different statistical ...
  • The architecture of an optimistic CPU: the WarpEngine

    Cleary, John G.; Pearson, Murray W.; Kinawi, Husam (1994-09)
    The architecture for a shared memory CPU is described. The CPU allows for parallelism down to the level of single instructions and is tolerant of memory latency. All executable instructions and memory accesses are time ...
  • The architecture of an optimistic CPU: the WarpEngine

    Cleary, John G.; Pearson, Murray W.; Kinawi, Husam (1994-07)
    The architecture for an optimistic, highly parallel, scalable, shared memory CPU - the WarpEngine - is described. The WarpEngine CPU allows for parallelism down to the level of single instructions and is tolerant of memory ...
  • Automatically linking MEDLINE abstracts to the Gene Ontology

    Smith, Tony C.; Cleary, John G. (2003)
    Much has been written recently about the need for effective tools and methods for mining the wealth of information present in biomedical literature (Mack and Hehenberger, 2002; Blagosklonny and Pardee, 2001; Rindflesch et ...
  • Conservative parallel simulation of ATM networks

    Cleary, John G.; Tsai, Jya-Jang (1996-03)
    The development of complex Information Systems requires the use of many Information Systems engineering tools. These diverse tools need to be integrated in order to be effectively used by multiple cooperating developers. ...

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  • Controlling speculative execution through a virtually ordered memory system

    McWha, David J. A. (The University of Waikato, 2003)
    Processors which extract parallelism through speculative execution must be able to identify when mis-speculation has occurred. The three places where mis-speculation can occur are register accesses, control flow prediction ...
  • High precision timing in passive measurements of data networks

    Donnelly, Stephen F. (The University of Waikato, 2002)
    Understanding, predicting, and improving network behaviour under a wide range of conditions requires accurate models of protocols, network devices, and link properties. Accurate models of the component parts comprising ...
  • Compilation of bottom-up evaluation for a pure logic programming language

    Clayton, Roger (The University of Waikato, 2005)
    Abstraction in programming languages is usually achieved at the price of run time efficiency. This thesis presents a compilation scheme for the Starlog logic programming language. In spite of being very abstract, Starlog ...