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Virtual Reality demonstration at Max Planck Institute during IEEE VR2018

2 weeks ago
“Impressive VR set-up at +Max Planck Institute Tübingen,” writes Assistant Professor +Zerrin Yumak of The Netherlands’ Utretch University. She was part of the record crowd who attended the recent IEEE VR2018 Conference in Germany. German TV and social media highlights from the 25th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D interfaces #virtualreality #vr #vr2018

On-Chip Communication Network for Efficient Training of Deep Convolutional Networks…(Chinese)

2 weeks ago
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) have shown a great deal of success in diverse application domains including computer vision, speech recognition, and natural language processing. However, as the size of datasets and the depth of neural network architectures continue to grow, it is imperative to design high-performance and energy-efficient computing hardware for training CNNs.

On-Chip Communication Network for Efficient Training of Deep Convolutional Networks… Spanish

2 weeks ago
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) have shown a great deal of success in diverse application domains including computer vision, speech recognition, and natural language processing. However, as the size of datasets and the depth of neural network architectures continue to grow, it is imperative to design high-performance and energy-efficient computing hardware for training CNNs.

Static Instruction Scheduling for High 2 Performance on Limited Hardware 0418 (Chinese)

2 weeks ago
Complex out-of-order (OoO) processors have been designed to overcome the restrictions of outstanding long-latency misses at the cost of increased energy consumption. Simple, limited OoO processors are a compromise in terms of energy consumption and performance, as they have fewer hardware resources to tolerate the penalties of long-latency loads. In worst case, these loads may […]

Static Instruction Scheduling for High Performance on Limited Hardware 0418 (Spanish)

2 weeks ago
Complex out-of-order (OoO) processors have been designed to overcome the restrictions of outstanding long-latency misses at the cost of increased energy consumption. Simple, limited OoO processors are a compromise in terms of energy consumption and performance, as they have fewer hardware resources to tolerate the penalties of long-latency loads. In worst case, these loads may […]

Static Instruction Scheduling for High Performance on Limited Hardware (0518)

2 weeks ago
Complex out-of-order (OoO) processors have been designed to overcome the restrictions of outstanding long-latency misses at the cost of increased energy consumption. Simple, limited OoO processors are a compromise in terms of energy consumption and performance, as they have fewer hardware resources to tolerate the penalties of long-latency loads. In worst case, these loads may […]

On-Chip Communication Network for Efficient Training of Deep Convolutional Networks…

3 weeks ago
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) have shown a great deal of success in diverse application domains including computer vision, speech recognition, and natural language processing. However, as the size of datasets and the depth of neural network architectures continue to grow, it is imperative to design high-performance and energy-efficient computing hardware for training CNNs.

IEEE Computer Society Build Your Career newsletter

4 weeks ago
IEEE Computer Society, the world’s premier nonprofit association for computing professionals, offers a free biweekly newsletter called Build Your Career, offering the latest career development news, job trends, and advice to guide your career from the brightest minds in tech. Sign up now: www.computer.org/web/csdl/newsletter#byc

Brian Kiernan 2013 karlsson Award Winner

1 month ago
Brian G. Kiernan is the recipient of the 2013 IEEE Computer Society Hans Karlsson Award. He won the award for his extraordinary skill and dedication in chairing the working groups that developed the IEEE 802.16 WirelessMAN standards, including the world’s first 4G broadband standard.

Wise Computing: Cache Coherence Protocol

2 months ago
This video extends the discussion of the authors’ novel “wise computing” approach and present a case study. To accompany Computer’s February 2018 feature article “Wise Computing: Toward Endowing System Development with Proactive Wisdom,” (www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2018/02/index.html.