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Cell migration (cell motility) is a fundamental biological process that is pivotal in (i) tissue formation and repair (health) and (ii) tissue invasion during carcinogenesis (disease). Understanding and controlling cell migration will have major clinical impact. Clarifying mechanisms driving cell motility has been challenging due to the complex underlying cellular mechanisms; these involve multipl ...
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"The RePhrase project directly meets the challenge of ICT-09-2014, by studying the critically important issue of improving software development practice for parallel data-intensive applications. Data-intensive applications are among the most important and commonly encountered kinds of industrial application, and are increasingly important withthe emergence of ""big data"" problems. Emerging hetero ...
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... are already significant challenges in building computers, such as those described above, from heterogeneous processor and other computing units, there are even greater challenges in building parallel software that can use them effectively. In order to do this, we must produce software that is easy to write but that still allows the hardware to be used effectively.The key innovation of the ParaPhra ...
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... performance of multicore interconnected processors with applications in medical imaging and biometric recognitionWhereas in the 1990s the speed of computer hardware doubled every 18 months while the software technologies remained largely stable, in the early 2000s the raw hardware speed reached its maximum and any further improvements in performance could only be achieved by increasing the amount ...
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Self-Constructing Computing Systems (SECO)

Start date: Mar 1, 2008, End date: Feb 28, 2013,

Although the density and speed of integrated circuits has grown exponentially during the last decades, so too have costs of fabrication and test facilities. Current computational methods depend on completely reliable hardware, a constraint that greatly increases the degree of fabrication precision required to avoid failure of individual components, and also increases the amount of post-fabrication ...
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