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Al-Ars, Z. (author), Wang, S. (author), Mushtaq, H. (author)
The rapid proliferation of low-cost RNA-seq data has resulted in a growing interest in RNA analysis techniques for various applications, ranging from identifying genotype–phenotype relationships to validating discoveries of other analysis results. However, many practical applications in this field are limited by the available computational...
journal article 2020
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Mushtaq, H. (author), Ahmed, N. (author), Al-Ars, Z. (author)
Due to the rapid decrease in the cost of NGS (Next Generation Sequencing), interest has increased in using data generated from NGS to diagnose genetic diseases. However, the data generated by NGS technology is usually in the order of hundreds of gigabytes per experiment, thus requiring efficient and scalable programs to perform data analysis...
journal article 2019
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Mushtaq, H. (author)
Constant reduction in the size of transistors has made it possible to implement many cores on a single die. However, smaller transistors are more susceptible to both temporary and permanent faults. To make such systems more reliable, online fault tolerance techniques can be applied. A common approach for providing fault tolerance is to per- form...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Mushtaq, H. (author)
Reconfigurable systems map the computational intensive parts of the code in hardware while less computational intensive parts are executed on general purpose processor(s), thus achieving faster execution than systems with only general purpose processor(s). If multitasking operating systems are used on such systems, a runtime system is required...
master thesis 2010
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