Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Short Hairstyles 2012

This year has not come to an end yet, but there are already some short hairstyles 2012 predictions made, which are definitely going to interest quite many women who like short haircuts in general. Since short hair is almost a synonym for simplicity and practicality, short hair is worn not only by men, but also by women, who does not like complicated hair maintenance and whose free time is set high on the level of their value system. Especially if you are a very active woman, you know how important it is to wear a simple haircut, which is easy to trim, maintain and do early in the mornings, when each minute is worth more than anything. Well, we are glad to inform you that next year short hairstyles 2012 trends are going to be quite the same as this year’s are, which means that there are still going to be quite many short layered cuts not only with fringes, but also with longer bangs.Women with curly black hair, which has a very unique structure, are going to enjoy in their extremely short buzz haircuts. These haircuts look very sophisticated and they can easily add on feminineness, but only if a women wearing them has strong personality lots of self confidence. A pixie haircut, which is one of the coolest and cutest short haircuts of this year’s season, is definitely going to remain its strong presence in hair fashion, while thick and long fringe haircuts cut evenly are going to dominate over this year’s layered short haircuts with bangs.If you are still not sure whether one of short hairstyles 2012 is going to be a good choice for you, we invite you to take a thorough look on our photos of short haircuts selection inside this article.

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Thursday, September 8, 2011


The Fx project at Carnegie Mellon investigates the issues involved in building tools for parallel computer systems. The goal is to eventually make parallel computer systems as easy to program as today's workstations.
The cornerstone of the project is Fx, a parallelizing Fortran compiler that runs on a number of parallel systems, including the Intel Paragon, Alpha workstation clusters, the IBM SP/2, the Cray T3D, and the Intel i Warp system.
The basic research approach is to work with real applications from scientific, signal, and image processing, learn what it takes to run these applications efficiently on parallel systems, and then incorporate these ideas into fx tools. For example, experience with real-time image processing applications revealed that, because of the relatively small image sizes, purely data parallel mappings would not be efficient. This led to the development of the first parallelizing compiler that integrates both task and data parallelism in a uniform framework.