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Abstracts of Papers to appear in Special Supplemental Issue of TECS (v11, iSupplemental1)

Abstracts of Papers to appear in Special Supplemental Issue of TECS (v11, iSupplemental1) In order to speed up the publication process, we have begun to publish supplemental online-only issues. The following abstracts describe the articles in the rst such issue, Vol. 11S(1). These articles are available in the Digital Library. Performance Analysis of Recon gurations in Adaptive Real-Time Streaming Applications JUN ZHU, INGO SANDER, and AXEL JANTSCH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden We propose a performance analysis framework for adaptive real-time synchronous data ‚ow streaming applications on runtime recon gurable FPGAs. As the main contribution, we present a constraint based approach to capture both streaming application execution semantics and the varying design concerns during recon gurations. With our event models constructed as cumulative functions on data streams, we exploit a novel compile-time analysis framework based on iterative timing phases. Finally, we implement our framework on a public domain constraint solver, and illustrate its capabilities in the analysis of design trade-offs due to recon gurations with experiments. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2180887.2180888 Parallelization of Belief Propagation on Cell Processors for Stereo Vision KUN-YUAN HSIEH, CHI-HUA LAI, SHANG-HONG LAI, and JENQ KUEN LEE, National Tsing-Hua University Markov random eld models provide a robust formulation for the stereo vision problem of inferring three-dimensional scene geometry from two http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS) Association for Computing Machinery

Abstracts of Papers to appear in Special Supplemental Issue of TECS (v11, iSupplemental1)

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Association for Computing Machinery
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Copyright © 2012 by ACM Inc.
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1539-9087
DOI
10.1145/2220336.2220337
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Abstract

In order to speed up the publication process, we have begun to publish supplemental online-only issues. The following abstracts describe the articles in the rst such issue, Vol. 11S(1). These articles are available in the Digital Library. Performance Analysis of Recon gurations in Adaptive Real-Time Streaming Applications JUN ZHU, INGO SANDER, and AXEL JANTSCH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden We propose a performance analysis framework for adaptive real-time synchronous data ‚ow streaming applications on runtime recon gurable FPGAs. As the main contribution, we present a constraint based approach to capture both streaming application execution semantics and the varying design concerns during recon gurations. With our event models constructed as cumulative functions on data streams, we exploit a novel compile-time analysis framework based on iterative timing phases. Finally, we implement our framework on a public domain constraint solver, and illustrate its capabilities in the analysis of design trade-offs due to recon gurations with experiments. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2180887.2180888 Parallelization of Belief Propagation on Cell Processors for Stereo Vision KUN-YUAN HSIEH, CHI-HUA LAI, SHANG-HONG LAI, and JENQ KUEN LEE, National Tsing-Hua University Markov random eld models provide a robust formulation for the stereo vision problem of inferring three-dimensional scene geometry from two

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ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS)Association for Computing Machinery

Published: Jul 1, 2012

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