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Towards Optimal Multi-Level Checkpointing Chinese (0717)

24 hours ago
We provide a framework to analyze multi-level checkpointing protocols, by formally defining a k-level checkpointing pattern.

Towards Optimal Multi-Level Checkpointing Spanish (0717)

24 hours ago
We provide a framework to analyze multi-level checkpointing protocols, by formally defining a k-level checkpointing pattern.

Global Connections

4 weeks ago
Author David Alan Grier reads his Global Code column, in which he discusses UNESCO’s role in computing societies. From Computer’s June 2017 issue: www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2017/06/index.html. Visit Computer: www.computer.org/computer.

Performance-Based Animation Using Constraints for Virtual Object Manipulation

4 weeks ago
Optical motion-capture systems can be used to animate characters in real time based on human demonstrations. The proposed online motion-capture framework encourages natural motions by automatically guiding the avatar’s motion toward the desired behavior based on a set of captured reference motions for the same behavior. The proposed motion controller imitates the user’s finger and […]

A Virtual Try-On System for Prescription Eyeglasses

4 weeks ago
Corrective lenses introduce distortion caused by the refraction effect, which changes the wearer’s appearance. To give users a more realistic experience, a virtual try-on system modifies an input video and virtually inserts prescription eyeglasses with reflections and shading, producing an output similar to a virtual mirror. The supplemental online video provides results for several other […]

Data-Driven Approach to Synthesizing Facial Animation Using Motion Capture

4 weeks ago
Producing cartoon animations is a laborious task, and there is a distinct lack of automatic tools to help animators, particularly with creating facial animation. To speed up and ease this process, the proposed method uses real-time video-based motion tracking to generate facial motion as input and then matches it to existing hand-created animation curves. This […]

Fast Neural Style Transfer for Motion Data

4 weeks ago
Automating motion style transfer can help save animators time by allowing them to produce a single set of motions and reuse them for different characters. The proposed fast, efficient technique for performing neural style transfer of human motion data uses a feed-forward neural network trained on a large motion database. This video web extra illustrates […]

Animation Stimuli System for Research on Instructor Gestures in Education

4 weeks ago
Education research has shown that instructor gestures can help capture, maintain, and direct the student’s attention during a lecture as well as enhance learning. The proposed system allows users to efficiently create accurate and effective stimuli for complex studies on gesture, without the need for computer animation expertise or artist talent. This video web extra […]

An Error-Detection and Self-Repairing Method for Dynamically and Partially… (0617 Chinese)

4 weeks ago
Abstract—Reconfigurable systems are gaining an increasing interest in the domain of safety-critical applications, for example in the space and avionic domains. In fact, the capability of reconfiguring the systemduring run-time execution and the high computational power of modern Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) make these devices suitable for intensive data processing tasks.

An Error-Detection and Self-Repairing Method for Dynamically…(0617 Spanish)

4 weeks ago
Abstract—Reconfigurable systems are gaining an increasing interest in the domain of safety-critical applications, for example in the space and avionic domains. In fact, the capability of reconfiguring the system during run-time execution and the high computational power of modern Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) make these devices suitable for intensive data processing tasks.

An Error-Detection and Self-Repairing Method for Dynamically and Partially Reconfigurable… (0617)

4 weeks ago
Reconfigurable systems are gaining an increasing interest in the domain of safety-critical applications, for example in the space and avionic domains. In fact, the capability of reconfiguring the system during run-time execution and the high computational power of modern Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) make these devices suitable for intensive data processing tasks.

The Russian Tragedy

1 month ago
Author David Alan Grier reads his Global Code column, in which he discusses the Russian software industry. From Computer’s May 2017 issue: www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2017/05/index.html. Visit Computer: www.computer.org/computer.