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      CATCH: A mechanism for dynamically detecting Cache-Content-Duplication and its application to instruction caches 

      Kleanthous, Marios M.; Sazeides, Yiannakis (2008)
      Cache-Content-Duplication (CCD) occurs when there is a miss for a block in a cache and the entire content of the missed block is already in the cache in a block with a different tag. Caches aware of content-duplication can ...
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      Disturbance attenuation of uncertain beams 

      Kyprianou, Andreas; Mares, C. (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2008)
      In control theory disturbance attenuation is analyzed by the H8 theory and through certain dissipation inequalities. Even though this theory has been applied in controlling deterministic vibrating structures the control ...
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      Feedback control over packet dropping network links 

      Mo, H.; Hadjicostis, Christoforos N. (2007)
      This paper studies stabilization schemes for a discrete-time control systems in which the feedback loop includes a network link that may suffer packet drops. We model the packet dropping network link as an erasure channel ...
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      Optimal control of a two-wheeled mobile robot via finite capacity communication channel 

      Charalambous, Charalambos D.; Lambis, A.; Li, X. (2008)
      This paper presents specific hardware and components which can be used to implement optimal control strategies via wireless communication channels to achieve path tracking. The position of the robot at each time instant ...
    • Article  

      Quality control for structural credit risk models 

      Andreou, Elena; Ghysels, Eric (2008)
      Over the last four decades, a large number of structural models have been developed to estimate and price credit risk. The focus of the paper is on a neglected issue pertaining to fundamental shifts in the structural ...
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      Where is Scrum in the current Agile world? 

      Kapitsaki, Georgia M.; Christou, Marios Andreas (SciTePress, 2014)
      A variety of methodologies in software processes exist nowadays with the Agile software development having gained significant ground since the introduction of the Agile manifesto in 2001. Scrum is a representative Agile ...