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Carnegie Mellon University,

at Pittsburgh, Pa.; est. 1967 through the merger of the Carnegie Institute of Technology (founded 1900, opened 1905) and the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research (founded 1913). Carnegie Mellon, which also has campuses at Moffett Field, Calif., Doha, Qatar, and Kigali, Rwanda, has seven schools and colleges and more than 110 research institutes and centers. The university was the first in the United States to offer academic degrees in the field of drama.

Carnegie Mellon University

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(CMU) A university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. School of Computer Science.
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The Group includes: Tampere University of Technology, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Boston University, University of British Columbia, Carnegie Melon University, Princeton, Washington State University, and Transylvania University.
This new ADM package was developed by Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in conjunction with members of OCP-IP's Network on Chip Benchmarking working group including: Tampere University of Technology, Boston University, University of British Columbia, Carnegie Melon University, Princeton, Washington State University, and Transylvania University in cooperation with industry members of the OCP-IP.
Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 is awarded by the Carnegie Melon University's Software Engineering Institute (SEI), and is an industry global standard for objectivity measuring an organization's capability to apply a process based methodology in diverse areas including software engineering, system engineering, project management, software maintenance, risk management, information technology, software development and related.
The announcement coincides with the fourth Open Cirrus Summit, hosted by Carnegie Melon University and Intel Labs Pittsburgh in cooperation with HP and Yahoo
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Partnerships with recognized researchers at Texas A&M Engineering, The Robotic Institute at Carnegie Melon and University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences give us access to world-class resources and expertise.
This specification was completed with the collaboration of a number of world's most prestigious universities working on NoC research including: University of British Columbia, Carnegie Melon University, Royal Institute of Technology, Tampere University of Technology and Washington State University and was supported by cooperation and participation of industry members from the OCP-IP NoC Benchmarking Working Group (NoC BWG).

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