A heavy update from gpucomputing.net:
- Evaluation of Multi-core Architectures for Image Processing Algorithms, a master thesis in Clemson. Much better than mine. Shame on me.
- Image Processing for Multiple-Target Tracking on a Graphics Processing Unit, from air force.
- GPU Acceleration of Object Classification Algorithms Using NVIDIA CUDA, from Rochester Tech.
- Exploring the Multiple-GPU Design Space, from NUCAR of NEU.
- Performance Analysis of Accelerated Image Registration Using GPGPU, from Nortre Dam.
- Hardware and Compute Abstraction Layers For Accelerated Computing Using Graphics Hardware and Conventional CPUs, in HPEC 2007.
- Detection and Tracking of Human Subjects, from Skadron’s group.
- Architecture-Aware Optimization Targeting Multithreaded Stream Computing, from the NUCAR group again.
- A Survey of Medical Image Registration on Multicore and the GPU, from ANU in Australia.
- A comparative study on ASIC, FPGAs, GPUs and general purpose processors in the O(N2) gravitational N-body simulation, from Nagasaki U in Japan.
- Acceleration and Energy Efficiency of a Geometric Algebra Computation using Reconfigurable Computers and GPUs, from TU Darmstadt. It should also work for to Image Algebra.
- Robust GPU-assisted camera tracking using free-form surface models, in 2007.
- Simultaneous and Fast 3D Tracking and Multiple Faces in Video by GPU-based Stream Processing, in ICASSP 2008.
- High Speed Articulated Object Tracking using GPUs: A Particle Filter Approach, in 2009.
- GPU-accelerated Real-Time 3D Tracking for Humanoid Autonomy, by AIST in Japan and CMU.
- Real-Time Optical Flow Calculations on FPGA and GPU Architectures: A Comparison Study, from BYU. GPUs seem to have an edge over FPGA for this application.
- Real-time Stereo-Image Stitching using GPU-based Belief Propagation, from TU Darmstadt.
- Neural Network Implementation using CUDA and OpenMP
- Real-time Motion-based Gesture Recognition using the GPU, from Simon Fraser.
- Stereo Depth with a Unified Architecture GPU, from UCSD in CVPR 2008.
- Why do Commodity Graphics Hardware Boards (GPUs) work so well for acceleration of Computed Tomography?, from SUNY Stony Brook in 2007.
Creation of a Bacterial Cell Controlled by a Chemically Synthesized Genome, in Science May 2010. The first synthetic cell. John Craig Venter is on the spotlight again.