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(20180425)Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are innovative techniques for learning generative models of complex data distributions from samples. Despite remarkable recent improvements in generating realistic images, one of ...
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(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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(20110525)In this thesis, we describe two related memory allocators, each with novel properties. PALLOC1 contributes a unique strategy based on the traversal of a parallel tree data structure for allowing concurrent allocations and ...
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Panda: Fast access to persistent arrays using highlevel interfaces and server directed input/output (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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(20151208)Cameras generally have a 60◦ field of view of and can capture only a portion of their surroundings. Panoramic cameras are used to capture the entire 360◦ view known as panoramic images. Virtual reality makes use of these ...
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(1991)As the sizes of VLSI circuits increases in the future, the computational requirements for performing various computeraided design (CAD) tasks will increase tremendously. In this thesis, we look at the application of ...
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(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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(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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(20150717)We develop scalable algorithms for twostage stochastic program optimizations. We propose performance optimizations such as cutwindow mechanism in Stage 1 and scenario clustering in Stage 2 of benders method for solving ...
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(1997)We finally settled on a partitioning based approach to parallelization. This technique gives us acceptable speedups, if the partitioning and placement of partitions on processors is done carefully. Partitioning and placement ...
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(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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(20140116)Data analysis is receiving considerable attention with the design of new graphics processing units (GPUs). Our study focuses on geostatistical data analysis, which is currently applied in diverse disciplines such as ...
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(2002)A tetrahedron is acute if all its dihedral angles are less than 90°. Triangulations of threedimensional domains with acute tetrahedra are useful in mesh generation. We give several constructions for tiling space with ...
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(20110114)Probabilistic Latent Semantic Analysis (PLSA) has been successfully applied to many text mining tasks such as retrieval, clustering, summarization, etc. PLSA involves iterative computation for a large number of parameters ...
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(20150923)The next challenge in the evolution of supercomputers will be the transition to exascale systems. However, while the move from terascale to petascale processing was considered evolutionary, it is widely believed that ...
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(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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(20110525)Solving linear systems is an important problem for scientific computing. Exploiting parallelism is essential for solving complex systems, and this traditionally involves writing parallel algorithms on top of a library such ...
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(1990)Simulation has become indispensable in the process of designing, verifying, and testing complex digital systems because it is flexible and costeffective. As the complexity of the designs grows the time and memory requirements ...
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(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 rewritten using HTAs. ...
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(20110825)We propose a fast parallel algorithm for reconstruction of 3Dimensional point clouds of insects from binocular stereo image pairs using a hierarchical approach for disparity estimation.When considering the large collections ...
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