Kyrylo Shegeda
Thesis addresses two main problems of Free Viewpoint TV: generation of arbitrary viewpoint in real-time and its delivery to end-user. For the first problem a GPU-based algorithm capable of generating free viewpoints from a network of fixed HD video cameras was developed. We used a space-sweep algorithm to estimate depth information. The view generation sub-system […]
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Jie Shen, Diego Vela, Ankita Singh, Kexing Song, Guoshang Zhang, Bradon LaFreniere, Hao Chen
In this paper CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) programming and OpenMP (Open Multi-Processing) are used for the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) and CPU (Central Processing Unit) parallel computation of material damage. The material damage is evaluated by a multilevel finite element analysis within material domains reconstructed from a high-resolution micro-focus X-ray computed tomography system. An […]
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Kamal Chandra Reddy, Ankit Tharwani, Ch.Vamshi Krishna, Lakshminarayanan.V
Firewalls use a rule database to decide which packets will be allowed from one network onto another thereby implementing a security policy. In high-speed networks as the inter-arrival rate of packets decreases, the latency incurred by a firewall increases. In such a scenario, a single firewall become a bottleneck and reduces the overall throughput of […]
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Lalith Suresh, Navaneeth Rameshan, M. S. Gaur, Mark Zwolinski, Vijay Laxmi
Logic simulation of a VLSI chip is a computationally intensive process. There exists an urgent need to map functional validation algorithms onto parallel architectures to aid hardware designers in meeting time-to-market constraints. In this paper, we propose three novel methods for logic simulation of combinational circuits on GPGPUs. Initial experiments run on two methods using […]
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Teemu Nylanden, Janne Janhunen, Olli Silven, Markku J. Juntti
Two real-valued signal models based on selective spanning with fast enumeration (SSFE) and layered orthogonal lattice detector (LORD) algorithms are implemented on a Nvidia graphics processing unit (GPU). A 2×2 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antenna system with 16-quadrature amplitude modulation (16-QAM) is assumed. The chosen level update vector for SSFE is based on computer simulation results […]

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