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Energy-Aware Adaptive Restore Schemes for MLC STT-RAM Cache (0517)-Chinese

4 weeks ago
For the sake of higher cell density while achieving near-zero standby power, recent research progress in Magnetic Tunneling Junction (MTJ) devices has leveraged Multi-Level Cell (MLC) configurations of Spin-Transfer Torque Random Access Memory (STT-RAM). However…

Energy-Aware Adaptive Restore Schemes for MLC STT-RAM Cache (0517)

1 month ago
For the sake of higher cell density while achieving near-zero standby power, recent research progress in Magnetic Tunneling Junction (MTJ) devices has leveraged Multi-Level Cell (MLC) configurations of Spin-Transfer Torque Random Access Memory (STT-RAM). However…

Energy-Aware Adaptive Restore Schemes for MLC STT-RAM Cache (0517) Spanish

1 month ago
For the sake of higher cell density while achieving near-zero standby power, recent research progress in Magnetic Tunneling Junction (MTJ) devices has leveraged Multi-Level Cell (MLC) configurations of Spin-Transfer Torque Random Access Memory (STT-RAM). However…

SurfCuit: Surface-Mounted Circuits on 3D Prints

1 month ago
By Nobuyuki Umetani and Ryan Schmidt The SurfCuit system integrates circuits into 3D prints by mounting them on the printed surface. This construction method lets users build complex, highly conductive circuit patterns on FDM-based 3D prints. This video illustrates the how the proposed interactive design system enables intuitive input and 3D layout of electric circuits […]

Efficient Surgical Cutting with Position-Based Dynamics

1 month ago
By Iago Uilian Berndt, Rafael Torchelsen, and Anderson Maciel Video file too large to attach. I’ll shared it with you on Dropbox Caption: Simulations of cuts on deformable bodies have been an active research subject for more than two decades. A novel method uses position-based dynamics (PBD) for mesh-free cutting simulation. The proposed solutions include […]

FabSquare: Fabricating Photopolymer Objects by Mold 3D Printing and UV Curing

1 month ago
By Vahid Babaei, Javier Ramos, Yongquan Lu, Guillermo Webster, and Wojciech Matusik The FabSquare system fabricates reusable objects by molding photopolymers inside a 3D printed mold. This video illustrates the four steps in the FabSquare process, showing how ordinary users in nonspecialized labs can rapidly fabricate a range of objects.

SPACE: Semi-Partitioned CachE for Energy Efficient, Hard Real-Time Systems Chinese 0417

2 months ago
Multi-core processors are increasingly popular because they yield higher performance, but they also present new challenges for hard real-time systems in that they make it much more difficult to estimate a task’s worst-case execution time (WCET).

SPACE: Semi-Partitioned CachE for Energy Efficient, Hard Real-Time Systems

2 months ago
Multi-core processors are increasingly popular because they yield higher performance, but they also present new challenges for hard real-time systems in that they make it much more difficult to estimate a task’s worst-case execution time (WCET).

SPACE: Semi-Partitioned CachE for Energy Efficient, Hard Real-Time Systems Spanish 0417

2 months ago
Abstract—Multi-core processors are increasingly popular because they yield higher performance, but they also present new challenges for hard real-time systems in that they make it much more difficult to estimate a task’s worst-case execution time (WCET).

Interactive Exploration of Cosmological Dark-Matter Simulation Data

3 months ago
The winning entry of the 2015 IEEE Scientific Visualization Contest, this article describes a visualization tool for cosmological data resulting from dark-matter simulations. This video demonstrates the tool’s individual elements as well as the overall application the authors created by combining them.

Linear Branch Entropy: Characterizing and Optimizing Branch Behavior…0317 Spanish

3 months ago
In this paper, we propose linear branch entropy, a new metric for characterizing branch behavior. Linear branch entropy is independent of the configuration of a specific branch predictor, but is highly correlated with the branch misprediction rate of any predictor. In particular, we empirically derive a linear relationship between linear branch entropy and branch misprediction […]

“Local Culture, Global Habit”

3 months ago
Author David Alan Grier reads the first installment of his new Global Code column, in which he contemplates how computing technology has both changed and been changed by local culture–and what this might mean for our field and for the world. From Computer’s January 2017 issue: www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2017/01/index.html. Visit Computer: www.computer.org/computer. Subscribe to the Global Code […]