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Daniel Fischl
Segmentation of CT-Angiography datasets is an important and difficult task. Several algorithms and approaches have already been invented and implemented to solve this problem. In this work, we present automatic algorithms for the segmentation of these CTA datasets, implemented in CUDA, and evaluate our results regarding speed and error rates. Starting with local approaches like […]
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Clemens Grelck, Kevin Hammond, Heinz Hertlein, Philip Holzenspies, Chris Jesshope, Raimund Kirner, Bernd Scheuermann, Alex Shafarenko, Iraneus Te Boekhorst, Volkmar Wieser
This paper introduces the ADVANCE approach to engineering concurrent systems using a new component-based approach. A cost-directed tool-chain maps concurrent programs onto emerging hardware architectures, where costs are expressed in terms of programmer annotations for the throughput, latency and jitter of components. These are then synthesized using advanced statistical analysis techniques to give overall cost […]
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Volkmar Wieser, Clemens Grelck, Holger Schoner, Peter Haslinger, Karoly Bosa, Bernhard Moser
This paper addresses the gap between envisioned hardware-virtualized techniques for GPU programming and a conventional approach from the point of view of an application engineer taking software engineering aspects like maintainability, understandability and productivity, and resulting achieved gain in performance and scalability into account. This gap is discussed on the basis of use cases from […]
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