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Plenary keynote Speaker: Major General George J. Allen, J5, US Cyber Command
Found in: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Workshop on Cyber Security and Information Intelligence Research (CSIIRW '11)
By George J. Allen
Issue Date:October 2011
pp. 1-1
Mobile phone programming can provide an authentic and engaging hook into computer science. With App Inventor, developed by Google and recently moved to MIT, programming Android apps is as easy as clicking blocks together. App Inventor has been used success...
     
Multiple Plane Detection in Image Pairs Using J-Linkage
Found in: Pattern Recognition, International Conference on
By David F. Fouhey, Daniel Scharstein, Amy J. Briggs
Issue Date:August 2010
pp. 336-339
We present a new method for the robust detection and matching of multiple planes in pairs of images. Such planes can serve as stable landmarks for vision-based urban navigation. Our approach starts from SIFT matches and generates multiple local homography ...
 
An Interview With Anthony J. Cernera, President of Sacred Heart University
Found in: eLearn
By Anthony J. Cernera, Lisa Gualtieri, Anthony J. Cernera, Lisa Gualtieri
Issue Date:March 2010
pp. 1-73
Dr. Anthony J. Cernera has been the president of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, since 1988. Beginning in 1997, the university started to add online degree programs and coursesmore than a dozen in all, including a doctorate in physical t...
     
Invited Lecture by Edward J. McCluskey, the 2008 SIGDA: Pioneering Achievement Award Recipient
Found in: 2008 ACM/SIGDA Dinner and Open Member Meeting
By Edward J. McCluskey, Kartik Mohanram, Subhasish Mitra
Issue Date:November 2008
pp. 1-1
As high-performance computing (HPC) systems increase in size and complexity they become more difficult to manage. The enormous component counts associated with these large systems lead to significant challenges in system reliability and availability. This ...
     
Déjà vu all over again
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Peter J. Denning
Issue Date:January 2008
pp. 95-100
After a 10-year struggle within ACM to define a Journal for All Members (JAM), a "new" Communications was launched in the cold of February 1983. CACM was to leave behind its pure research past and transform into a professionally useful, interesting, monthl...
     
Reliability and crew safety assessment for a solid rocket booster/J-2S launcher
Found in: Reliability and Maintainability Symposium
By J. Fragola, J.D. Baum, D. Sauvageau, S.J. Horowitz
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 545-550
No summary available.
 
Retrospective: the J-machine
Found in: 25 years of the international symposia on Computer architecture (selected papers) (ISCA '98)
By Andrew Chang, Andrew Chien, D. Scott Wills, Deborah Wallach, Ellen Spertus, John Keen, Michael Noakes, Peter Nuth, Richard Lethin, Stuart Fiske, Waldemar Horwat, William J. Dally
Issue Date:June 1998
pp. 54-58
DataScalar architectures improve memory system performance by running computation redundantly across multiple processors, which are each tightly coupled with an associated memory. The program data set (and/or text) is distributed across these memories. In ...
     
Occam: An Asynchronous Hardware Description Language?G. K. Theodoropoulos, G. K. Tsakogiannis, and J. V. Woods
Found in: EUROMICRO Conference
By G. Theodoropoulos, G. Tsakogiannis, J. Woods
Issue Date:September 1997
pp. 249
Recently, there has been a resurgence of interest in asynchronous hardware due to the potential of asynchronous logic for higher performance, power efficiency and immunity from clock-related timing problems. This activity has revealed the current lack of s...
 
A parallel correlation-based algorithm in J learns neural network connections
Found in: Proceedings of the international conference on APL : the language and its applications: the language and its applications (APL '94)
By Alexei N. Skurikhin, Alvin J. Surkan
Issue Date:September 1994
pp. 122-140
Object oriented programming has become an important and accepted part of the computer software industry. Nearly every new operating system that has recently arrived or is scheduled to arrive soon is object oriented in nature. If APL2 is to continue to be a...
     
Responses to Elkan (George J. Klir, Bo Yuan)
Found in: IEEE Intelligent Systems
By George J. Klir, Bo Yuan
Issue Date:August 1994
pp. 25-26
No summary available.
 
Identification of parallelism in neural networks by simulation with language J.
Found in: Proceedings of the international conference on APL (APL '93)
By Alexei N. Skurihin, Alvin J. Surkan
Issue Date:August 1993
pp. 122-140
Neural networks, trained by backpropagation, are designed and described in the language J, an APL derivative with powerful function encapsulation features. Both the languages J [4,6,7] and APL [5] help to identify and isolate the parallelism that is inhere...
     
Evaluation of mechanisms for fine-grained parallel programs in the J-machine and the CM-5
Found in: Proceedings of the 20th annual international symposium on Computer architecture (ISCA '93)
By David E. Culler, Ellen Spertus, Klaus Erik Schauser, Seth Copen Goldstein, Thorsten von Eicken, William J. Dally
Issue Date:May 1993
pp. 309-319
This paper uses an abstract machine approach to compare the mechanisms of two parallel machines: the J-Machine and the CM-5. High-level parallel programs are translated by a single optimizing compiler to a fine-grained abstract parallel machine, TAM. A fin...
     
The J-machine multicomputer: an architectural evaluation
Found in: Proceedings of the 20th annual international symposium on Computer architecture (ISCA '93)
By Deborah A. Wallach, Michael D. Noakes, William J. Dally
Issue Date:May 1993
pp. 309-319
The MIT J-Machine multicomputer has been constructed to study the role of a set of primitive mechanisms in providing efficient support for parallel computing. Each J-Machine node consists of an integrated multicomputer component, the Message-Driven Process...
     
Correction to 'On Satisfying Timing Constraints in Hard-Real-Time Systems' by J. Xu and D.L. Parnas
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
By J. Xu, D.L. Parnas
Issue Date:March 1993
pp. 310
<p>Corrected versions are presented for tables I and III that appear in the above-titled paper.</p>
 
Alan J. Perlis---1922--1990: a founding father of computer science as a separate discipline
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Peter J. Denning
Issue Date:January 1988
pp. 604-605
A special case of the data compression problem is presented, in which a powerful encoder transmits a coded file to a decoder that has severely constrained memory. A data structure that achieves minimum storage is presented, and alternative methods that sac...
     
Algorithm 261: 9-J symbols
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By J. H. Gunn
Issue Date:August 1965
pp. 492
A three-pass compiler with the following properties is briefly described: The last two passes scan an intermediate language produced by the preceding pass in essentially the reverse of the order in which it was generated, so that the first pass is the only...
     
Algorith 260: 6-J symbols
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By J. H. Gunn
Issue Date:August 1965
pp. 492
A three-pass compiler with the following properties is briefly described: The last two passes scan an intermediate language produced by the preceding pass in essentially the reverse of the order in which it was generated, so that the first pass is the only...
     
The feasibility of on-chip interconnection using antennas
Found in: Computer-Aided Design, International Conference on
By K.K. O, K. Kim, B. Floyd, J. Mehta, H. Yoon, C.-M. Hung, D. Bravo, T. Dickson, X. Guo, R. Li, N. Trichy, J. Caserta, W. Bomstad, J. Branch, D.-J. Yang, J. Bohorquez, J. Chen, E.-Y. Seok, L. Gao, A. Sugavanam, J.-J. Lin, S. Yu, C. Cao, M.-H. Hwang, Y.-R. Di
Issue Date:May 2005
pp. 979-984
The feasibility of integrating antennas and required circuits to form wireless interconnects in foundry digital CMOS technologies has been demonstrated. The key challenges including the effects of metal structures associated with integrated circuits, heat ...
 
SIGARCH (Paper Session)
Found in: Proceedings of the annual conference (ACM 76)
By B. J. Hurley, D. H. Lawrie, D. J. Kuck, D. R. Innes, G. Jack Lipovski, J. K. Morgan, J. M. Milner, J. R. Alty, J. R. Rinewalt, J. W. S. Liu, L. A. Hollaar, S. L. Rege, W. H. Stellhorn
Issue Date:October 1976
pp. 24
One of the current problems facing computer architecture is the design of hardware for efficient storage and retrieval of data. The three papers in this session consider various aspects of this problem: Spooling data for batch-type processing, accessing da...
     
Programmable sensor for on-line checking of signal integrity in FPGA-based systems subject to aging effects
Found in: Latin American Test Workshop
By M. Valdes,J. Freijedo,M. J. Moure,J. J. Rodriguez-Andina,J. Semiao,F. Vargas,I. C. Teixeira,J. P. Teixeira
Issue Date:March 2011
pp. 1-7
In current nanometer technologies, aging effects (due for instance to Negative Bias Thermal Instability) may appear after relatively short operating times, compared to the expected lifetime of circuits, even for relatively short-cycle consumer electronics....
 
Unifying biological image formats with HDF5
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Christoph Best, Erez Zadok, Erez Zadok, Erez Zadok, Frances C. Bernstein, Frances C. Bernstein, Frances C. Bernstein, Herbert J. Bernstein, Herbert J. Bernstein, Herbert J. Bernstein, Kevin W. Eliceiri, Kevin W. Eliceiri, Kevin W. Eliceiri, Matthew T. Dougherty, Matthew T. Dougherty, Matthew T. Dougherty, Michael J. Folk, Michael J. Folk, Michael J. Folk, Werner Benger, Werner Benger, Werner Benger
Issue Date:October 2009
pp. 42-47
The biosciences need an image format capable of high performance and long-term maintenance. Is HDF5 the answer?
     
Unifying Biological Image Formats with HDF5
Found in: Queue
By Christoph Best, Erez Zadok, Erez Zadok, Erez Zadok, Frances C. Bernstein, Frances C. Bernstein, Frances C. Bernstein, Herbert J. Bernstein, Herbert J. Bernstein, Herbert J. Bernstein, Kevin W. Eliceiri, Kevin W. Eliceiri, Kevin W. Eliceiri, Matthew T. Dougherty, Matthew T. Dougherty, Matthew T. Dougherty, Michael J. Folk, Michael J. Folk, Michael J. Folk, Werner Benger, Werner Benger, Werner Benger
Issue Date:September 2009
pp. 20-25
The biosciences need an image format capable of high performance and long-term maintenance. Is HDF5 the answer?
     
The World is Open for a Reason: Make that 30 Reasons!
Found in: eLearn
By Curtis J. Bonk, Curtis J. Bonk J. Bonk, Curtis J. Bonk, Curtis J. Bonk J. Bonk
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 1-4
The educational world has become filled with millions of pieces of free and open content. The momentum for open education quickly accelerated in the early part of this decade when MIT announced its OpenCourseWare initiative and dozens of other colleges and...
     
Effects of Virtual Development on Product Quality: Exploring Defect Causes
Found in: Software Technology and Engineering Practice, International Workshop on
By J. C. Jacobs, J. H. van Moll, P. J. Krause, R. J. Kusters, J. J. M. Trienekens
Issue Date:September 2003
pp. 6-15
This paper explores the effects of virtual development on product quality, from the viewpoint of
 
The design of system architectures for information retrieval
Found in: Proceedings of the annual conference (ACM 76)
By B. J. Hurley, D. H. Lawrie, D. J. Kuck, J. K. Morgan, J. M. Milner, J. R. Rinewalt, J. W.S. Liu, L. A. Hollaar, W. H. Stellhorn
Issue Date:October 1976
pp. 38-44
A broad-based program for studying hardware, software and human factors affecting information retrieval system performance is described. Using EUREKA, a minicomputer-based retrieval program, studies of user adaptation to an on-line system, search strategy ...
     
Increased volume coverage in 3D magnetic particle imaging
Found in: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Applied Sciences in Biomedical and Communication Technologies (ISABEL '11)
By B. Gleich, C. Bontus, I. Schmale, J. Borgert, J. Kanzenbach, J. Rahmer, J. Schmidt, J. Weizenecker, O. Woywode
Issue Date:October 2011
pp. 1-5
Magnetic particle imaging (MPI) is a new tomographic imaging approach that detects and localizes magnetic nano-particles by their non-linear magnetization response to externally applied fields. MPI allows quantitative, sensitive, and rapid volumetric imagi...
     
WSN evaluation in industrial environments first results and lessons learned
Found in: Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems and Workshops, International Conference on
By W-B Pottner,L. Wolf,J. Cecilio,P. Furtado,R. Silva,J. S. Silva,A. Santos,P. Gil,A. Cardoso,Z. Zinonos,J. do O,B. McCarthy,J. Brown,U. Roedig,T. O'Donovan,C. J. Sreenan,Z. He,T. Voigt,A. Jugel
Issue Date:June 2011
pp. 1-8
The GINSENG project develops performance-controlled wireless sensor networks that can be used for time-critical applications in hostile environments such as industrial plant automation and control. GINSENG aims at integrating wireless sensor networks with ...
 
Modeling the effect of process variations on the timing response of nanometer digital circuits
Found in: Latin American Test Workshop
By J. Freijedo,J. Semiao,J. J. Rodriguez-Andina,F. Vargas,I. C. Teixeira,J. P. Teixeira
Issue Date:March 2011
pp. 1-5
The implementation of complex, high-performance functionality in nano-CMOS technologies faces significant design and test challenges related to the increased susceptibility to process variations and environmental or operation-dependent disturbances. This p...
 
The Design and Deployment of a BitTorrent Live Video Streaming Solution
Found in: Multimedia, International Symposium on
By J. J. D. Mol, A. Bakker, J. A. Pouwelse, D. H. J. Epema, H. J. Sips
Issue Date:December 2009
pp. 342-349
The BitTorrent protocol is by far the most popular protocol for offline peer-to-peer video distribution on the Internet. BitTorrent has previously been extended to support the streaming of recorded video, that is, Video-on-Demand (VoD). In this paper, we t...
 
Preface
Found in: Journal of Experimental Algorithmics (JEA)
By Dorothea Wagner, J. Ian Munro, Dorothea Wagner, J. Ian Munro, Dorothea Wagner, J. Ian Munro, Dorothea Wagner, J. Ian Munro, Dorothea Wagner, J. Ian Munro
Issue Date:August 2009
pp. 1-22
When ties and incomplete preference lists are permitted in the stable marriage and hospitals/residents problems, stable matchings can have different sizes. The problem of finding a maximum cardinality stable matching in this context is known to be NP-hard,...
     
Satellite Communication Systems On-Board Spanish Oceanographic Vessels: Performance and Optimization Analysis
Found in: Advances in Satellite and Space Communications, International Conference on
By D. Afonso, E. Arilla, O. Garcia, A. Hernández, J. Olivé, J. L. Ruiz, X. Romero, A. Sandoval J. A. Serrano, J. Sorribas, E. Trullols, J. del Río
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 180-186
This article describes the architecture of two broadband satellite communication systems using a Very Small Aperture Terminal which have been installed on two Spanish oceanographic research vessels. The potential use, equipment and their characteristics ar...
 
Improving Tolerance to Power-Supply and Temperature Variations in Synchronous Circuits
Found in: Design and Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems
By J. Semiao, J. Freijedo, J. J. Rodriguez-Andina, F. Vargas, M. B. Santos, I. C. Teixeira, J. P. Teixeira
Issue Date:April 2007
pp. 1-6
As IC technology scales down, power supply voltage and temperature variations play an increasing role in signal integrity loss, which lead to performance degradation, reliability problems and functional errors. In this paper, we propose a new methodology t...
 
Development of the optical multiplexer board prototype for data acquisition in TileCal experiment
Found in: IEEE-NPSS Real Time Conference
By J. Torres, V. Gonzalez, E. Sanchis, J. Soret, J. Martos, J. Castelo, V. Castillo, C. Cuenca, A. Ferrer, E. Fullana, E. Higon, J. Poveda, A. Ruiz, B. Salvachua, C. Solans, J.A. Vails, A. Munar, C. Iglesias, A. Valero
Issue Date:June 2005
pp. 86
The optical multiplexer board is one of the elements present in the read out chain of the tile calorimeter in ATLAS experiment. Due to radiation effects, two optical fibers with the same data come out from the front end boards to this board, which has to d...
 
From Sipping on a Straw to Drinking from a Fire Hose: Data Integration in a Public Genome Database
Found in: Data Engineering, International Conference on
By J. E. Richardson, J. A. Kadin, J. A. Blake, C. J. Bult, J. T. Eppig, M. Ringwald
Issue Date:April 2004
pp. 795
Biology is a vast domain. The Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) system, which focuses on the biology of the laboratory mouse, covers only a small, carefully chosen slice. Nevertheless, we deal with data of immense variety, deep complexity, and exponentially g...
 
Performance measurements and analysis of TCP flows in a differentiated services WAN
Found in: Local Computer Networks, Annual IEEE Conference on
By J. Harju, Y. Koucheryavy, J. Laine, S. Saaristo, K. Kilkki, J. Ruutu, H. Waris, J. Forsten, J. Oinonen
Issue Date:November 2000
pp. 296
This paper presents results from performance measurements carried out in a differentiated services WAN connecting three major cities in southern Finland. The target of the measurements was to collect precise information about the level of service experienc...
 
New approaches to genomic analysis using single molecules
Found in: Proceedings of the second annual international conference on Computational molecular biology (RECOMB '98)
By B. Mishra, B. Porter, C. Aston, C. Hiort, D. C. Schwartz, D. Gebauer, E. Dimalanta, E. Huff, E. Lee, J. Edington, J. Evenzehav, J. Giacalone, J. Jing, J. Lin, R. Qi, S. Delobette, T. Anantharaman, V. Clarke, Y. Skiadis, Z. Lai
Issue Date:March 1998
pp. 248-250
OASIS is a role-based access control architecture for achieving secure interoperation of services in an open, distributed environment. Services define roles and implement formally specified policy for role activation and service use; users must present the...
     
Shoring up persistent applications
Found in: Proceedings of the 1994 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data (SIGMOD '94)
By C. K. Tan, Daniel T. Schuh, David J. DeWitt, Jeffrey F. Naughton, Mark L. McAuliffe, Marvin H. Solomon, Michael J. Carey, Michael J. Franklin, Michael J. Zwilling, Nancy E. Hall, Odysseas G. Tsatalos, Seth J. White
Issue Date:May 1994
pp. 303-312
SHORE (Scalable Heterogeneous Object REpository) is a persistent object system under development at the University of Wisconsin. SHORE represents a merger of object-oriented database and file system technologies. In this paper we give the goals and motivat...
     
Use of artificial intelligence for interpretation of physiological measurements-Pulmonary function diagnosis and I.C.U. ventialator (Abstract of presentation)
Found in: Managing Requirements Knowledge, International Workshop on
By J. C. Kunz, L. M. Fagan, R. J. Fallat, D. H. McClung, J. S. Aikins, H. P. Nii, E. A. Feigenbaum, J. J. Osborn
Issue Date:June 1978
pp. 260
No summary available.
   
A 2D Flow Visualization User Study Using Explicit Flow Synthesis and Implicit Task Design
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
By Zhanping Liu, Shangshu Cai,J. Edward Swan,Robert J. Moorhead,J. P. Martin,T. J. Jankun-Kelly
Issue Date:May 2012
pp. 783-796
This paper presents a 2D flow visualization user study that we conducted using new methodologies to increase the objectiveness. We evaluated grid-based variable-size arrows, evenly spaced streamlines, and line integral convolution (LIC) variants (basic, or...
 
Power management of multi-core chips: Challenges and pitfalls
Found in: 2012 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE 2012)
By P. Bose,A. Buyuktosunoglu,J. A. Darringer,M. S. Gupta,M. B. Healy,H. Jacobson,I. Nair,J. A. Rivers,J. Shin,A. Vega,A. J. Weger
Issue Date:March 2012
pp. 977-982
Modern processor systems are equipped with on-chip or on-board power controllers. In this paper, we examine the challenges and pitfalls in architecting such dynamic power management control systems. A key question that we pose is: How to ensure that such m...
 
Social issues of power harvesting as key enables of WSN in pervasive computing
Found in: Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, IEEE International Conference on
By J. Berzosa,J. Mabe,N. J. Grabham,M. J. Tudor
Issue Date:March 2012
pp. 920-924
Pervasive systems have gained popularity and open the door to new applications that will improve the quality of life of the users. Additionally, the implementation of such systems over an infrastructure of Wireless Sensor Networks has been proven to be ver...
 
Fast Femoral Artery Segmentation from Black-Blood MRI
Found in: Intelligent Computation and Bio-Medical Instrumentation, International Conference on
By B. Chiu,J. Sun,X. Zhao,N. Balu,C. Yuan,W.S. Kerwin,J. Chi,J. Xu,J. Wang
Issue Date:December 2011
pp. 136-139
With the prevalence of about 3% in the general Chinese population, peripheral arterial disease (PAD) has become a serious health issue. To address this issue, vessel wall imaging techniques have been introduced to assess the burden of PAD in terms of vesse...
 
Industry: using dynamic WSNs in smart logistics for fruits and pharmacy
Found in: Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys '11)
By Dennis J. A. Bijwaard, Leon Kleiboer, Mark J. J. Bijl, Paul J. M. Havinga, Wouter A. P. van Kleunen
Issue Date:November 2011
pp. 218-231
In this paper we describe a smart way to apply dynamic wireless sensor networks (WSN) in logistics. Especially in the temperature controlled supply chain (cold chain), perishable goods like fruits and pharmaceuticals greatly benefit from real-time quality ...
     
BioSecure Signature Evaluation Campaign (ESRA'2011): evaluating systems on quality-based categories of skilled forgeries
Found in: Biometrics, International Joint Conference on
By N. Houmani,S. Garcia-Salicetti,B. Dorizzi,J. Montalvao,J. C. Canuto,M. V. Andrade,Y. Qiao,X. Wang,T. Scheidat,A. Makrushin,D. Muramatsu,J. Putz-Leszczynska,M. Kudelski,M. Faundez-Zanuy,J. M. Pascual-Gaspar,V. Cardenoso-Payo,C. Vivaracho-Pascual,E. Argones
Issue Date:October 2011
pp. 1-10
In this paper, we present the main results of the BioSecure Signature Evaluation Campaign (ESRA'2011). The objective of ESRA'2011 is to evaluate through two different tasks the resistance of different online signature systems to skilled forgeries categoriz...
 
ADSR: Authenticated DSR
Found in: Risks and Security of Internet and Systems, International Conference on
By J. L. Tornos,J. J. Piles,J. L. Salazar
Issue Date:September 2011
pp. 1-8
MANETs have two characteristics that make traditional routing protocols cannot be applied in a straightforward manner to achieve their objectives: firstly, the lack of a default infrastructure; secondly, the variability of this infrastructure once the node...
 
Multiplier SEPIC converter
Found in: Electronics, Communications, and Computers, International Conference on
By J. C. Rosas-Caro, J. C. Mayo-Maldonado, J. E. Valdez-Resendiz, R. Salas-Cabrera, A. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, E. N. Salas-Cabrera, H. Cisneros-Villegas, J. G. Gonzalez-Hernandez
Issue Date:March 2011
pp. 232-238
This work introduces a set of PWM SEPIC dc-dc converters specially designed for high voltage-gain conversion, the voltage gain in the proposed converters can be adjusted by PWM and by adding diodes and capacitors in a diode-capacitor multiplier structure.
 
Ubiquity symposium 'What is computation?': Editor's Introduction
Found in: Ubiquity
By Peter J. Denning, Peter Wegner, Peter J. Denning, Peter Wegner, Peter J. Denning, Peter Wegner, Peter J. Denning, Peter Wegner
Issue Date:October 2010
pp. 1-24
The first Ubiquity symposium seeks to discuss the question, "What is computation?"
     
Non-local scan consolidation for 3D urban scenes
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Andrei Sharf, Baoquan Chen, Daniel Cohen-Or, Guowei Wan, Niloy J. Mitra, Qian Zheng, Yangyan Li, Andrei Sharf, Baoquan Chen, Daniel Cohen-Or, Guowei Wan, Niloy J. Mitra, Qian Zheng, Yangyan Li, Andrei Sharf, Baoquan Chen, Daniel Cohen-Or, Guowei Wan, Niloy J. Mitra, Qian Zheng, Yangyan Li, Andrei Sharf, Baoquan Chen, Daniel Cohen-Or, Guowei Wan, Niloy J. Mitra, Qian Zheng, Yangyan Li
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 1-10
Recent advances in scanning technologies, in particular devices that extract depth through active sensing, allow fast scanning of urban scenes. Such rapid acquisition incurs imperfections: large regions remain missing, significant variation in sampling den...
     
Unstructured video-based rendering: interactive exploration of casually captured videos
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Gabriel J. Brostow, Jens Puwein, Luca Ballan, Marc Pollefeys, Gabriel J. Brostow, Jens Puwein, Luca Ballan, Marc Pollefeys, Gabriel J. Brostow, Jens Puwein, Luca Ballan, Marc Pollefeys, Gabriel J. Brostow, Jens Puwein, Luca Ballan, Marc Pollefeys
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 1-10
We present an algorithm designed for navigating around a performance that was filmed as a "casual" multi-view video collection: real-world footage captured on hand held cameras by a few audience members. The objective is to easily navigate in 3D, generatin...
     
RepFinder: finding approximately repeated scene elements for image editing
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Fang-Lue Zhang, Ming-Ming Cheng, Niloy J. Mitra, Shi-Min Hu, Xiaolei Huang, Fang-Lue Zhang, Ming-Ming Cheng, Niloy J. Mitra, Shi-Min Hu, Xiaolei Huang, Fang-Lue Zhang, Ming-Ming Cheng, Niloy J. Mitra, Shi-Min Hu, Xiaolei Huang, Fang-Lue Zhang, Ming-Ming Cheng, Niloy J. Mitra, Shi-Min Hu, Xiaolei Huang
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 1-10
Repeated elements are ubiquitous and abundant in both manmade and natural scenes. Editing such images while preserving the repetitions and their relations is nontrivial due to overlap, missing parts, deformation across instances, illumination variation, et...
     
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