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Nadir Gamal Abdelrahim Salih
Heterogeneous systems are computer systems that exploit multiple devices with different processor architectures to improve the computing efficiency by offloading workloads to the device that fits them best. OpenCL is a framework for building portable applications that run across different devices in heterogeneous systems. It has gained traction as a powerful tool for high-performance computing. […]
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Tom Runia
In this thesis we design, implement and study a high-speed object detection framework. Our baseline detector uses integral channel features as object representation and AdaBoost as supervised learning algorithm. We suggest the implementation of two approximation techniques for speeding up the baseline detector and show their effectiveness by performing experiments on both detection quality and […]
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Max Danielsson, Thomas Sievert
CONTEXT: Embedded platforms GPUs are reaching a level of performance comparable to desktop hardware. Therefore it becomes interesting to apply Computer Vision techniques to modern smartphones.The platform holds different challenges, as energy use and heat generation can be an issue depending on load distribution on the device. OBJECTIVES: We evaluate the viability of a feature […]
Florence Monna
More and more computers use hybrid architectures combining multi-core processors (CPUs) and hardware accelerators like GPUs (Graphics Processing Units). These hybrid parallel platforms require new scheduling strategies. This work is devoted to a characterization of this new type of scheduling problems. The most studied objective in this work is the minimization of the makespan, which […]
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Mehdi Amini
Since the beginning of the 2000s, the raw performance of processors stopped its exponential increase. The modern graphic processing units (GPUs) have been designed as array of hundreds or thousands of compute units. The GPUs’ compute capacity quickly leads them to be diverted from their original target to be used as accelerators for general purpose […]
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Heegon Kim, Sungju Lee, Yongwha Chung, Daihee Park
In recent times, it has become possible to parallelize many multimedia applications using multicore platforms such as CPUs and GPUs. In this paper, we propose a parallel processing approach for a multimedia application by using both the CPU and GPU. Instead of distributing the parallelizable workload to either the CPU or GPU, we distribute the […]
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Staff of Berkeley Design Technology
Computer vision algorithms are becoming increasingly important in mobile, embedded, and wearable devices and applications. These compute-intensive workloads are challenging to implement with good performance and power-efficiency. In many applications, implementing critical portions of computer vision workloads on a general-purpose graphics processing unit (GPU) is an attractive solution. Qualcomm enables programming of the Adreno GPU […]
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Ursula Iturraran-Viveros, Miguel Molero-Armenta
Graphics processing units (GPUs) have become increasingly powerful in recent years. Programs exploring the advantages of this architecture could achieve large performance gains and this is the aim of new initiatives in high performance computing. The objective of this work is to develop an efficient tool to model 2D elastic wave propagation on parallel computing […]
Juan Jose Fumero, Toomas Remmelg, Michel Steuwer, Christophe Dubach
GPUs (Graphics Processing Unit) and other accelerators are nowadays commonly found in desktop machines, mobile devices and even data centres. While these highly parallel processors offer high raw performance, they also dramatically increase program complexity, requiring extra effort from programmers. This results in difficult-to-maintain and non-portable code due to the low-level nature of the languages […]
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Aaron Cronin
This project presents a library that automates the parallelisation of several higherorder functions, originally provided within the Ruby standard-library. The library distributes computation across many compute-units, following an annotation specifying that primitives are solely operating on numerical data. RubiCL harnesses the OpenCL framework in order to allow execution to occur on CPU or GPU devices. […]
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Markus Schlafli
GPU architectures are becoming increasingly important due to their high number of processors. The single input multiple data architecture has proven to work not just for the graphics domain, but also for many other disciplines. This is due to the potential performance that can be achieved by a consumer-level GPU being significantly higher than the […]
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Shunsuke Tatsumi, Masanori Hariyama, Mamoru Miura, Koichi Ito, Takafumi Aoki
This paper proposes a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) implementation of the stereo correspondence matching using Phase-Only Correlation (POC). The use of high-accuracy stereo correspondence matching based on POC makes it possible to measure accurate 3D shape of an object using stereo vision. The drawback of the POC-based approach is its high computational cost. To […]
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