20140810

1. 새내기 세미나 준비 ([NSDI’13] Effective Straggler Mitigation Attack of the Clones)


2. DRAMsim 소스 코드 분석
DRAMsim 소스 코드를 분석함.
DRAMsim version 1이 없어지고 DRAMsim version 2만 있는 줄 알았는데, 그게 아니었다.
내가 받아서 보던 것은 DRAMsim version 1이었다. DRAMsim version 2를 새로 받아서 분석했다.

DRAMsim2에서는 소스 코드 동작 메커니즘에 대한 그림이 있었는데, 덕분에 이해하기 쉬웠다.

하지만 대강의 구조는 이해해도, 구체적으로 어떻게 되는지는 잘 모르겠다. 어렵다.
trace 파일을 입력으로 받는데, trace 파일은 어떻게 만들 수 있는지 궁금하다.


3. 리눅스 커널 스터디 준비


4. 영어 기사 읽기
1) Google Glass Is Missing One Critical Factor, Scientific American
– I read Robert Scoble’s 1,000-word Google+ post on how Glass has changed his life, which led him to proclaim. (proclaim – 선언하다)
– The most succinct compliment of what Glass has to offer came from my CNET colleague Lindsey Turrentine, who aptly called it a “handy monitor for my cell phone.” (succinct – 간결한)
– And, with roughly 3 to 4 hours of battery life, it’s another thing you have to jockey for a power charge. (jockey – 다투다)
– Even apps on smartphones give us a simple and uncluttered way to directly interact with the information and services that are most important to us. (uncluttered – 어수선하지 않은, 깔끔한)

2) Electrical Brain Stimulation Can Restore Consciousness, Scientific American
– Patients in a coma or a vegetative or minimally conscious state sometimes spontaneously recover to varying degrees, but in most cases there is little that doctors can do to help. (vegetative – 식물인간 상태의)
– Afterward, the effects on consciousness were measured by doctors who did not know whether the patient had received real tDCS or a sham treatment, in which the apparatus ran, but no current was delivered. (sham – 가짜)

3) Is S. Korea the coolest place on earth?, CNN
– I was a chubby, bespectacled kid with a bowl haircut and my nose buried in the nearest book (bespectacled – 안경을 쓴)
– And that, of course, pointed to the biggest and most insurmountable obstacle standing in the way of my joining the ranks of the cool. (insurmountable – 대처할 수 없는)
– Not quite outcast, but never part of the in crowd either. (outcast – 따돌림받는 사람)
– So when the phenomenon of Asian cool first arrived, I was caught off guard, and frankly, more than a little suspicious. (catch somebody off (their) guard – 준비되지 않은)
– After 1997 and reunification with mainland China, Hong Kong’s star ebbed. (ebb – 썰물, 서서히 사그러지다)
– The fact is, the machine of Korean pop culture is as sleekly designed, systematically engineered and massively marketed as any Samsung gadget. (sleekly – 세련되게)
– Japanese cool is quirky, the sum of the nation’s eccentricities. (quirky – 변덕스러운)
– Kong cool is frenetic, representative of the society’s freewheeling striving spirit. (frenetic – 부산한)
– American cool is casual: It’s cool that’s anchored in doing without trying, it’s about being quintessentially effortless. (quintessentially – 철저히)

4) The spaceship reinvented for new frontiers, CNN
– While existing rockets carry several heavy fuel tanks that are worked through and jettisoned over the course of the journey, SABRE powers the craft from a single chamber carrying liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen. (jettison – 버리다)

 

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3 comments on “20140810
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  2. […] were scattered over shelves, a desk, and the floor, like so: (uncluttered – 어수선한, 2014/08/10) – One possibility that comes to mind is extreme self-consciousness — ruminating about […]

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