Research papers

Below is a list of EPCC’s research papers from the past two years. To explore all our papers, search the University of Edinburgh's Research Explorer.

Fitting the reproduction number from UK coronavirus case data and why it is close to 1

Fitting the reproduction number from UK coronavirus case data and why it is close to 1

Ackland, G. J., Ackland, J. A., Antonioletti, M. & Wallace, D. J., 3 Oct 2022, In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 380, 2233, p. 1-26 26 p.

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The conservation of human functional variants and their effects across livestock species

The conservation of human functional variants and their effects across livestock species

Zhao, R., Talenti, A., Fang, L., Liu, S., Liu, G., Chue Hong, N. P., Tenesa, A., Hassan, M. & Prendergast, J. G. D., 21 Sep 2022, In: Communications biology. 5, 1, 1003.

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NVRAM as an enabler to new horizons in graph processing

NVRAM as an enabler to new horizons in graph processing

Capelli, L. A. R., Brown, N. & Bull, J. M., 20 Jul 2022, In: SN Computer Science. 3, 5, 13 p., 385.

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ChapelPerf: A Performance Suite for Chapel

ChapelPerf: A Performance Suite for Chapel

Jesus, R. & Weiland, M., 30 Jun 2022. 3 p.

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Real-Time Feedback Based on Emotion Recognition for Improving Children’s Metacognitive Monitoring Skill

Real-Time Feedback Based on Emotion Recognition for Improving Children’s Metacognitive Monitoring Skill

Ruan, X., Palansuriya, C. & Constantin, A., 27 Jun 2022, Proceedings of Interaction Design and Children 2022. New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery, Inc, p. 672–675 4 p. (IDC '22).

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Low-power option Greeks: Efficiency-driven market risk analysis using FPGAs

Low-power option Greeks: Efficiency-driven market risk analysis using FPGAs

Klaisoongnoen, M., Brown, N. & Brown, O. T., 9 Jun 2022, HEART2022: International Symposium on Highly-Efficient Accelerators and Reconfigurable Technologies. Tsukuba, Japan: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), p. 95 - 101 7 p.

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Workflows to driving high-performance interactive supercomputing for urgent decision making

Workflows to driving high-performance interactive supercomputing for urgent decision making

Brown, N., Nash, R., Gibb, G., Belikov, E., Podobas, A., Chien, W. D., Markidis, S., Flatken, M. & Gerndt, A., 2 Jun 2022, (Accepted/In press) LNCS ISC workshop proceedings. Springer

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A programming model for developing application specific dataflow machines on FPGAs

A programming model for developing application specific dataflow machines on FPGAs

Brown, N., 1 Jun 2022, 2022 IEEE 30th Annual International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM). New York City, NY, USA: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

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Predicting batch queue job wait times for informed scheduling of urgent HPC workloads

Predicting batch queue job wait times for informed scheduling of urgent HPC workloads

Brown, N., Gibb, G., Belikov, E. & Nash, R., 1 Jun 2022, Proceedings of the Cray User Group. 13 p.

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The Arabidopsis Framework Model version 2 predicts the organism-level effects of circadian clock gene mis-regulation

The Arabidopsis Framework Model version 2 predicts the organism-level effects of circadian clock gene mis-regulation

Chew, Y. H., Seaton, D. D., Mengin, V., Flis, A., Mugford, S. T., George, G. M., Moulin, M., Hume, A., Zeeman, S. C., Fitzpatrick, T. B., Smith, A. M., Stitt, M. & Millar, A. J., 30 May 2022, In: In Silico Plants. 4, 2, 15 p., diac010.

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