Konstantinos Menychtas, Kai Shen, Michael L. Scott
General-purpose GPUs now account for substantial computing power on many platforms, but the management of GPU resources – cycles, memory, bandwidth – is frequently hidden in black-box libraries, drivers, and devices, outside the control of mainstream OS kernels. We believe that this situation is untenable, and that vendors will eventually expose sufficient information about cross-black-box […]
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Kristoffer Robin Stokke
In modern computing, the Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) has proven its worth beyond that of graphics rendering. Its usage is extended into the field of general purpose computing, where applications exploit the GPU’s massive parallelism to accelerate their tasks. Meanwhile, Virtual Machines (VM) continue to provide utility and security by emulating entire computer hardware platforms […]
Jamal Alsakran, Yang Chen, Dongning Luo, Ye Zhao, Jing Yang, Wenwen Dou, Shixia Liu
Streamit lets users explore visualizations of text streams without prior knowledge of the data. It incorporates incoming documents from a continuous source into an existing visualization context with automatic grouping and separation based on document similarities. A powerful user interface allows in-depth data analysis.
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Junghee Lee, Hyung Gyu Lee, Soonhoi Ha, Jongman Kim, Chrysostomos Nicopoulos
Massively Parallel Processing Arrays (MPPA) constitute programmable hardware accelerators that excel in the execution of applications exhibiting Data-Level Parallelism (DLP). The concept of employing such programmable accelerators as sidekicks to the more traditional, general-purpose processing cores has very recently entered the mainstream; both Intel and AMD have introduced processor architectures integrating a Graphics Processing Unit […]
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Giovanni Visentini, Amit Gupta
3D Video and related technologies like view synthesis, 2D-3D video conversions rely heavily on depth/disparity maps extracted from stereo video content. Innovative Segment-based depth map extraction chain from stereo video content was proposed in [1] giving good trade-off between quality (exactness to the ground truth) and computational complexity. We accelerated this work further by ~150%, […]
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Martijn de Jong
This masters thesis has been written for the degree of Master of Science in Applied Mathematics at the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences of Delft University of Technology. The report ends a nine month internship carried out at Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (MARIN). MARIN supplies innovative products for the offshore industry and […]
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Jamal Alsakran, Yang Chen, Ye Zhao, Jing Yang, Dongning Luo
Text streams demand an effective, interactive, and on-the-fly method to explore the dynamic and massive data sets, and meanwhile extract valuable information for visual analysis. In this paper, we propose such an interactive visualization system that enables users to explore streaming-in text documents without prior knowledge of the data. The system can constantly incorporate incoming […]
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