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Jieyun Zhou, Masayuki Numao, Xiaofeng Li, Haitao Chen
Objects tracking methods have been wildly used in the field of video surveillance, motion monitoring, robotics and so on. Particle filter is one of the promising methods, but it is difficult to apply for real time objects tracking because of its high computation cost. In order to reduce the processing cost without sacrificing the tracking […]
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Meisam Askari, Hossein Ebrahimpour, Azam Asilian Bidgoli, Farahnaz Hosseini
Hough transform is one of the most widely used algorithms in image processing. The major problems of Hough’s transform are its time consuming and its abundant requirement of computational resources. In this paper, we try to solve this problem by paralleling this algorithm and implementing it on GPUs (Graphic Process unit) using CUDA (Compute Unified […]
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Barbara Siemiatkowska, Jacek Szklarski, Michal Gnatowski, Adam Borkowski, Piotr Weclewski
In this article we present a navigation system of a mobile robot based on parallel calculations. It is assumed that the robot is equipped with a 3D laser range scanner. The system is essentially based on a dual grid-object, where labels are attached to detected objects (such maps can be used in navigation based on […]
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Javier Delgado, Joao Gazolla, Esteban Clua, S. Masoud Sadjadi
This paper proposes and describes a methodology developed to port complex scientific applications originally written in FORTRAN to nVidia CUDA. The significance of this lies in the fact that, despite the performance improvement and programmer-friendliness provided by CUDA, it presently lacks support for FORTRAN. The methodology described in this paper addresses this problem using a […]
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