20140809

1. 새내기 세미나 준비 ([NSDI’13] Effective Straggler Mitigation Attack of the Clones)
발표 자료의 그래프에 색을 입힘.


2. 영어 기사 읽기
1) It takes 66 days to form a habit, The Telegraph
– It had to be done in response to a particular cue, such as eating a piece of fruit with lunch, drinking a bottle of water with lunch, or running for 15 minutes before dinner. (cue – 신호)

2) Ebola Declared a Public Health Emergency, Scientific American
– Epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, head of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, said he hoped that the WHO declaration would shift international focus away from experimental vaccines and medicines, and toward using basic public-health measures to quell the outbreak. (quell – 진압하다)
– “We’re so fixated on vaccines and medicines, but the way they’re going to reduce morbidity and mortality is not through vaccines and medicines,” Osterholm says. (morbidity – 사망률)

3) HIV Cleared in 2 Patients via Cancer Treatment, Scientific American
– Cooper began searching for patients who had been purged of the HIV virus after attending a presentation by a US team last year at a conference of the International AIDS Society in Kuala Lumpur. (purge – 제거하다, 몰아내다)
– “It is very possible that the Australian men would relapse if they were to stop antiretroviral therapy,” says Timothy Henrich, an infectious-disease specialist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital who helped to treat the Boston men. (relapse – 재발하다)

4) 7 “Hot” Products: Radioactive Gifts and Gadgets of Yesteryear [Slide Show], Scientific American
– Tho-Radia, a face cream and powder, boasted a double whammy of radioactivity in the form of both thorium and radium. (whammy – 타격)
– Although no relation to the Nobel laureates Marie or Pierre Curie, who discovered radium in 1898, Alfred Curie apparently was a genuine French physician; whether he had any role in concocting Tho-Radia remains unknown. (laureate – 입상한, concoct – 만들다, 지어내다)
– A German company called Burk & Braun apparently sought to improve on the popularity of its products by sprinkling radium into its cocoa. (sprinkile – 드문드문 뿌리다)
– This chocolate bar was sold in Germany between 1931 and 1936 and was supposedly marketed for its rejuvenating abilities. (rejuvenate – 다시 젊어 보이게 하다)
– “There was a case at a plant in Ottawa [in Illinois], where a teacher of the girls would take a spatula of radium paint and eat it to prove it was safe,” says the University of Illinois at Chicago’s (U.I.C.) (spatula – 주걱)
– The unfortunate women suffered symptoms such as skin ulcerations and anemia, and years later many came down with various cancers. (ulceration – 궤양, anemia – 빈혈증)
– After suffering an arm injury, and per a physician’s recommendation, Byers began imbibing radium-infused drinks, such as Radithor, shown here. (imbibe – 마시다, 흡수하다)
– As for Bailey, he died of bladder cancer in 1949 at the age of 64. (bladder – 방광)
– The Radiendocrinator, circa 1930, serves as one glaring example (circa – 약)
– The Gilbert U-238 Atomic Energy Lab drops the proverbial bomb on today’s kiddie microscope sets. (proverbial – 속담에 나오는)
– Despite its panoply of unstable, radioactive materials, the Atomic Energy Lab did not seriously endanger the tykes who played with it—unlike other radioactive products from the first half of the 20th century. (panoply – 인상적인 모음, tykes – 아이)


3. DRAMsim 관련 논문 및 매뉴얼 읽고, 소스 코드 분석 시작
1) [SIGARCH’05] DRAMsim A Memory System Simulator
DRAMsim에 대해 전반적으로 소개하고 있다. DRAMsim 구조 이해에 도움이 되는 편.

2) DRAMsim DRAM Memory System Simulation Framework Code Review
DRAMsim과 DRAMsim2의 차이점에 대해 이야기하고 있다. 별 내용 없음.

3) DRAMsim2 Quick Reference Guide
DRAMsim과 DRAMsim2의 차이점에 대해 이야기하고 있다. 별 내용 없음.

4) DRAMsim Manual
DRAMsim의 구조와 DRAM의 동작에 대해 자세히 서술함. DRAMsim 뿐만 아니라 DRAM의 이해에 큰 도움이 됨.n

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  1. […] may also change the way brains are wired—at least in rats. (concoction – 혼합물, 2014/08/09) 2) Why Taiwan is right to ban iPads for kids, CNN – Now, as much as I dislike the excesses […]

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