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Vineeth Thamarassery Mekkat
We are witnessing a tremendous amount of change in the design of the modern microprocessor. With dozens of CPU cores on-chip recent multicore processors, the search for thread-level parallelism (TLP) is more significant than ever. In parallel, a very different processor architecture has emerged that aims to extract parallelism at an entirely different scale. Originally […]
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Revanth N R, P. J. Narayanan
Graphics models are getting increasingly bulkier with detailed geometry, textures, normal maps, etc. There is a lot of interest to model and navigate through detailed models of large monuments. Many monuments of interest have both rich detail and large spatial extent. Rendering them for navigation on a single workstation is practically impossible, even given the […]
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Daniel Cederman
The convergence of highly parallel many-core graphics processors with conventional multi-core processors is becoming a reality. To allow algorithms and data structures to scale efficiently on these new platforms, several important factors needs to be considered. (i) The algorithmic design needs to utilize the inherent parallelism of the problem at hand. Sorting, which is one […]
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Kan Chen, Henry Johan
Simulating grass field in real-time has many applications, such as in virtual reality and games. Modeling accurate grass-grass, grass-object and grass-wind interactions requires a high computational cost. In this paper, we present a method to simulate grass field in real-time by considering grass field as a two dimensional grid-based continuum and shifting the complex interactions […]
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Seung-Hun Yoo, Sung-Up Jo, Ki-Young Choi, Chang-Sung Jeong
This paper presents a framework for pixel-level multisensor image fusion algorithm using graphics hardware. When it comes to the fusion technology of recent times, not only its visibility through information maximization which is brought about by the progress in sensor technology but also the importance of fusion processing speed has increased. The GPU provides high-performance […]
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Carlos Aguilar Melchor, Benoit Crespin, Philippe Gaborit, Vincent Jolivet, Pierre Rousseau
A Private Information Retrieval (PIR) scheme is a protocol in which a user retrieves a record out of n from a replicated database, while hiding from the database which record has been retrieved, as long as the different replicas do not collude. A specially interesting sub-field of research, called single-database PIR, deals with the schemes […]
Specifications GPU G84 FLOPS 139 GFLOPS Stream Processing Units 32 Core Clock 675 MHz Memory Clock 1450 MHz Effective Memory Clock 2900 MHz Memory Type GDDR3 Amount of memory 256/512 MB Memory Bandwidth 32 GB/sec Buswidth 128 bit Tech process 80 nm Interface PCIe 1.0 x16 PS/VS version 4.1/4.1 DirectX compliance 10 Retail Cards Based […]
Tony Cheneau, Aymen Boudguiga, Maryline Laurent
Cryptographically Generated Addresses (CGA) are today mainly used with the Secure Neighbor Discovery Protocol (SEND). Despite CGA generalization, current standards only show how to construct CGA with the RSA algorithm and SHA-1 hash function. This limitation may prevent new usages of CGA and SEND in mobile environments where nodes are energy and storage limited. In […]
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Raul Cabido, David Concha, Juan Jose Pantrigo, Antonio S. Montemayor
This paper presents a novel application of the GPU processing power to a very computationally demanding articulated human body tracking problem in a view-based approach. This work includes some optimizations at the algorithmic level as well as some tricks at the implementation level using OpenGL and shader programming. An underlying particle filter framework is combined […]
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James McCann, Nancy S. Pollard
We present an image editing program which allows artists to paint in the gradient domain with real-time feedback on megapixel-sized images. Along with a pedestrian, though powerful, gradient-painting brush and gradient-clone tool, we introduce an edge brush designed for edge selection and replay. These brushes, coupled with special blending modes, allow users to accomplish global […]
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Victor Jimenez, Lluis Vilanova, Isaac Gelado, Marisa Gil, Grigori Fursin, Nacho Navarro
Heterogeneous architectures are currently widespread. With the advent of easy-to-program general purpose GPUs, virtually every recent desktop computer is a heterogeneous system. Combining the CPU and the GPU brings great amounts of processing power. However, such architectures are often used in a restricted way for domain-specific applications like scientific applications and games, and they tend […]
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Daniel Cederman, Philippas Tsigas
In this paper we present GPU-Quicksort, an efficient Quicksort algorithm suitable for highly parallel multi-core graphics processors. Quicksort has previously been considered as an inefficient sorting solution for graphics processors, but we show that GPU-Quicksort often performs better than the fastest known sorting implementations for graphics processors, such as radix and bitonic sort. Quicksort can […]
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