Browse College of Engineering by Title

  • Bray, Nicholas C. (2010-08-20)
    Abstract Graphics processing units (GPUs) have tremendous computing power, but are hard to program. Most GPU programming languages are extremely low level; no one has run a general-purpose high-level language on a GPU. ...

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  • Wichadakul, Duangdao (2003)
    This dissertation presents the Q-Compiler, which is a novel meta-data QoS programming and compilation framework for developing and deploying quality-aware applications. The Q-Compiler extends standard component construction ...

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  • Gao, Xia (2002)
    We identify the unique characteristics of shared wireless channels and investigate the fairness properties that can be achieved by the class of multiple access wireless MAC protocols in shared-channel wireless networks in ...

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  • Wichadakul, Duangdao; Nahrstedt, Klara (2004-06)
    The reusability of available multimedia and middleware services brings new challenges for enabling flexible and efficient development and deployment of distributed end-to-end multimedia applications with specific ...

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  • Jin, Jingwen (2006)
    In terms of application size---when an application involves one-to-many group communication, we explore resource sharing, both in network bandwidth and computational resources, by proposing a special type of multicasting ...

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  • Jin, Jingwen (2005-12)
    Component-based software development has evolved from tightly coupled object-oriented style to loosely coupled service-oriented style in the past few years. The new service-oriented paradigm will eventually allow heterogeneous ...

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  • Hutter, Edward (2017-05)
    The increasing complexity of modern computer architectures has greatly influenced algorithm design. Algorithm performance on these architectures is now determined by the movement of data. Therefore, modern algorithms ...

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  • Dong, Shen; Bremer, Peer-Timo; Garland, Michael; Pascucci, Valerio; Hart, John C. (2005-06)
    Resampling raw surface meshes is one of the most fundamental operations used by nearly all digital geometry processing systems. The vast majority of work in the past has focused on triangular remeshing; the equally important ...

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  • Jenks, Richard Dimick (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1966-05)

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  • Garland, Michael; Zhou, YuanYuan (2004-06)
    We present a new method for simplifying simplicial complexes of any type embedded in Euclidean spaces of any dimension. At the heart of this system is a novel generalization of the quadric error metric used in surface ...

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  • Dong, Shen (2007)
    In the third part, we deal explicitly with the problem of surface parameterization. We present two complementary methods for automatically improving mesh parameterization, and demonstrate that they provide a desirable ...

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  • Dong, Shen (2007-12)
    Surface remeshing is a fundamental problem in computer graphics, and can be found in most digital geometry processing systems. The majority of work in this area has focused on remeshing with triangle elements, yet quadrilateral ...

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  • Krone, Stephen Michael (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1982-10)

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  • Mieher, Robert Lee (1960)

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  • Nielsen, Paul Eric (1988)
    In order for a program to interact with the world as well as people do, we must provide it with a great deal of commonsense about the way things work. Reasoning about the geometric interactions and motions of objects is ...

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  • Rajagopalan, Raman Meenakshisundaram (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1984-03)
  • Kim, Hyeonkyeong (1993)
    Understanding people's commonsense knowledge about physical world is a fundamental problem in building intelligent systems. If this knowledge can be represented and used by computers, they can duplicate people's ability ...

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  • Cross, Stephen Edward (1983)
    Expert systems typically utilize a declarative and uniform knowledge representation. The approach offers many operational advantages (e.g., a simple control structure), but is limited to expressing an expert's surface level ...

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  • Cross, Stephen Edward (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1983-05)

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  • Pan, Yung-Choa (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1983-12)

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