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Mapping DAG to CGRA Using Min-Max Ant Colony System
2013 International Conference on Cyber-Enabled Distributed Computing and Knowledge Discovery (CyberC)
By Li Zhou, Hengzhu Liu
Issue Date:October 2013
Coarse-grained reconfigurable array (CGRA) architecture has become popular because of its performance and flexibility. The efficiency of CGRA relies on an efficient application mapping algorithm to exploit parallelisms. In this paper, we formalized the tem...
Research on Grid-Enabled Parallel Strategies of Automatic Wavelet-based Registration of Remote-Sensing Images and Its Application in ChinaGrid
Image and Graphics, International Conference on
By Haifang Zhou, Yu Tang, Xuejun Yang, Hengzhu Liu
Issue Date:August 2007
ChinaGrid is an important project aiming to providing high performance services in a grid computing environment.One of the applications offered by ChinaGrid, image registration is described. It is an important processing step in many applications of remote...
First Evaluation of Parallel Methods of Automatic Global Image Registration Based on Wavelets
Parallel Processing, International Conference on
By Haifang Zhou, Xuejun Yang, Hengzhu Liu, Yu Tang
Issue Date:June 2005
With the increasing importance of multiple multiplatform remote sensing missions, fast and automatic integration of digital data from disparate sources has become critical to the success of these endeavors. Firstly, an overview of development of automatic ...
FT-Matrix: A Coordination-aware Architecture for Signal Processing
By Shuming Chen,Yaohua Wang,Sheng Liu,Jianghua Wan,Haiyan Chen,Hengzhu Liu,Kai Zhang,Xiangyuan Liu,Xi Ning
Issue Date:December 2013
Vector-SIMD architectures have gained increasing attention due to their high performance in signal processing applications. However, the performance of existing vector-SIMD architectures is still limited due to their inefficiency in the coordinated exploit...
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