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Realtime parallel hashing on the gpu
 In ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2009 papers, SIGGRAPH ’09
, 2009
"... Figure 1: Overview of our construction for a voxelized Lucy model, colored by mapping x, y, and z coordinates to red, green, and blue respectively (far left). The 3.5 million voxels (left) are input as 32bit keys and placed into buckets of ≤ 512 items, averaging 409 each (center). Each bucket then ..."
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tables (right). Finding any key requires checking only three possible locations. We demonstrate an efficient dataparallel algorithm for building large hash tables of millions of elements in realtime. We consider two parallel algorithms for the construction: a classical sparse perfect hashing approach
RealTime Parallel Optical Sampling
"... Typeset using LATEX Cover: Illustrative example of the basic principe of parallel sampling, here with 4 branches. Printed by Chalmers Reproservice ..."
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Typeset using LATEX Cover: Illustrative example of the basic principe of parallel sampling, here with 4 branches. Printed by Chalmers Reproservice
A RealTime Parallel Benchmark Suite
"... Realtime computing on parallel machines has not received much attention, although many realtime applications can bene t from high performance computing. The RealTime Parallel Benchmark Suite (RTPBS) is designed to help evaluate the suitability of parallel machines for realtime computations. The ..."
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Realtime computing on parallel machines has not received much attention, although many realtime applications can bene t from high performance computing. The RealTime Parallel Benchmark Suite (RTPBS) is designed to help evaluate the suitability of parallel machines for realtime computations
A Formal Model For RealTime Parallel Computation
"... The imposition of realtime constraints on a parallel computing environment — specifically highperformance, clustercomputing systems — introduces a variety of challenges with respect to the formal verification of the system’s timing properties. In this paper, we briefly motivate the need for such ..."
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The imposition of realtime constraints on a parallel computing environment — specifically highperformance, clustercomputing systems — introduces a variety of challenges with respect to the formal verification of the system’s timing properties. In this paper, we briefly motivate the need
Superlinear Performance In RealTime Parallel Computation
 Journal of Supercomputing
, 2001
"... Can a parallel computer with n processors solve a computational problem more than n times faster than a sequential computer? Can it solve it more than n times better? New computational paradigms offer an affirmative answer to the above questions through concrete examples in which the improvement i ..."
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in speed or quality is superlinear in the number of processors used by the parallel computer. Furthermore, the improvement is consistent and provable. All examples are characterized by the presence of one or several realtime input streams. In one of the examples, an exponential improvement in speed
RealTime Parallel MPEG2 Decoding in Software
 In Proceedings of the 11th International Parallel Processing Symposium
, 1997
"... The growing demand for high quality compressed video has led to an increasing need for realtime MPEG decoding at greater resolutions and picture sizes. With the widespread availability of smallscale multiprocessors, a parallel software implementation may provide an effective solution to the decodi ..."
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The growing demand for high quality compressed video has led to an increasing need for realtime MPEG decoding at greater resolutions and picture sizes. With the widespread availability of smallscale multiprocessors, a parallel software implementation may provide an effective solution
On the Necessity of Formal Models for RealTime Parallel Computations
 3, June & September 2001
, 2000
"... We assume the multitape realtime Turing machine as a formal model for parallel realtime computation. Then, we show that, for any positive integer k, there is at least one language L k which is accepted by a ktape realtime Turing machine, but cannot be accepted by a (k1)tape realtime Turing ma ..."
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We assume the multitape realtime Turing machine as a formal model for parallel realtime computation. Then, we show that, for any positive integer k, there is at least one language L k which is accepted by a ktape realtime Turing machine, but cannot be accepted by a (k1)tape realtime Turing
A realtime parallel imageprocessing model
 In 6 th International Conference on Image Processing and its Applications
, 1997
"... Recently, a number of generalised parallel computation models have emerged, for example McColl (1). E orts also persist (Rinard et al (2)) to t the serial model of processing to parallel hardware. ..."
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Recently, a number of generalised parallel computation models have emerged, for example McColl (1). E orts also persist (Rinard et al (2)) to t the serial model of processing to parallel hardware.
Towards Realtime Parallel Processing of Spatial Queries
 Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Parallel Processing
, 2003
"... Spatial databases are entering an era of mass deployment in various reallife applications, especially mobile and locationbased services. The realtime processing of spatial queries to meet different performance goals poses new problems to the realtime and parallel processing communities. In this ..."
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Spatial databases are entering an era of mass deployment in various reallife applications, especially mobile and locationbased services. The realtime processing of spatial queries to meet different performance goals poses new problems to the realtime and parallel processing communities
RealTime Parallel MPEG2 Decoding in Software
, 1997
"... The growing demand for high quality compressed video has led to an increasing need for realtime MPEG decoding at greater resolutions and picture sizes. With the widespread availability of smallscale multiprocessors, a parallel software implementation may provide an effective solution to the decodi ..."
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The growing demand for high quality compressed video has led to an increasing need for realtime MPEG decoding at greater resolutions and picture sizes. With the widespread availability of smallscale multiprocessors, a parallel software implementation may provide an effective solution
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