Browse by Subject "Computer Science"

  • Emrath, Perry Alan (1983)
    A number of applications exist for systems which can store and interactively retrieve from very large natural language textual databases. This thesis discusses conventional approaches to the design of such systems. The ...

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  • Seamons, Kent Eldon (1996)
    Multidimensional arrays are a fundamental data type in scientific computing and are used extensively across a broad range of applications. Often these arrays are persistent, i.e., they outlive the invocation of the program ...

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  • Davis, Timothy Alden (1989)
    This thesis presents a parallel algorithm for the direct LU factorization of general unsymmetric sparse matrices. The algorithm, D2, is based on a new nondeterministic parallel pivot search that finds a compatible pivot ...

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  • Belkhale, Krishna P. (1991)
    As the sizes of VLSI circuits increases in the future, the computational requirements for performing various computer-aided design (CAD) tasks will increase tremendously. In this thesis, we look at the application of ...

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  • Amato, Nancy (1995)
    Computational geometry is concerned with the algorithmic aspects of solving geometric problems. The problems are motivated from and have application to such diverse areas as computer graphics, robotics, computer vision, ...

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  • De, Kaushik (1993)
    The size of the VLSI circuit is increasing at a very rapid pace, and soon the sequential algorithms running on a uniprocessor will be inadequate to handle such large circuits. Parallel processing can be used to reduce the ...

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  • Brouwer, Randall Jay (1991)
    The computational requirements for high quality synthesis, analysis, and verification of VLSI designs have rapidly increased with the fast growing complexity of these designs. Past research has focused on the development ...

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  • Chandy, John A. (1996)
    As modern VLSI designs have become larger and more complicated, the computational requirements for design automation tools have also increased. As a result, the parallelization of these tools is of great importance. One ...

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  • Konas, Pavlos (1994)
    The ever increasing size and complexity of computer systems made possible by the rapid advances in VLSI technology and computer architecture, have resulted in simulations which require excessive amounts of processing power ...

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  • Choudhary, Alok Nidhi (1989)
    Computer vision has been regarded as one of the most complex and computationally intensive problems. An integrated vision system (IVS) is a system that uses vision algorithms from all levels of processing to perform for a ...

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  • Hung, Gih-Guang (1993)
    Circuit simulation remains an indispensable tool in the CAD community and is used widely to verify circuit functionality and to generate detailed timing information. As circuit designers push the limits on chip density and ...

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  • Ungor, Alper (2002)
    A tetrahedron is acute if all its dihedral angles are less than 90°. Triangulations of three-dimensional domains with acute tetrahedra are useful in mesh generation. We give several constructions for tiling space with ...

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  • Yilmaz, Ali Ender (2005)
    This dissertation presents a fast electromagnetic field-circuit simulator that permits the full-wave modeling of transients in microwave systems containing multiscale structures and nonlinear devices. This time-domain ...

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  • Annapareddy, Narasimha Reddy Lakshmi (1990)
    This thesis looks at several aspects of solving the Input/Output problem. The increasing processor speeds and the emerging multiprocessor machines have improved the processing power of a system at a tremendous pace. This ...

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  • Tam, Hon Wah (1989)
    We study time parallelism for the numerical solution of nonstiff ordinary differential equations. Stability and accuracy are the two main considerations in deriving good numerical o.d.e. methods. However, existing parallel ...

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  • Mueller-Thuns, Robert Bernard (1990)
    Simulation has become indispensable in the process of designing, verifying, and testing complex digital systems because it is flexible and cost-effective. As the complexity of the designs grows the time and memory requirements ...

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  • Smart, David William (1988)
    Waveform relaxation algorithms for the simulation of MOS circuits exhibit natural parallelism, arising from the intrinsic partitioning of the circuit into subcircuits which are solved separately during the iterative solution ...

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  • Bocchino, Robert L., Jr.; Adve, Vikram S.; Adve, Sarita V.; Snir, Marc (2008-10)
    We examine the problem of providing a parallel programming model that guarantees deterministic semantics. We propose a research agenda focusing on the following questions: 1. How to guarantee determinism in a modern ...

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  • Bikshandi, Ganesh (2007)
    To prove these claims, two popular languages, C++ and MATLAB, have been extended with HTA. In addition, the NAS benchmark suite, a set of complex computation intensive parallel programs, have been re-written using HTAs. ...

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  • Madhow, Upamanyu (1990)
    A universal approach to the design of communication systems for unknown and time-varying channels is introduced. The true channel is from a known set of channels called the channel class, but the transmitter and receiver ...

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