Real-Time Motion Artifact Suppression in TOF Camera Systems, in Transactions on Instrument and Measurement May 2011.
StereoScan: Dense 3d Reconstruction in Real-time, from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, in IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2011. The source code, in both C and Matlab, is available in the LIBVISO2: Library for VISual Odometry 2.
Fast buffering for FPGA implementation of vision-based object recognition systems , to appear in Journal of Real-Time Image Processing.
PICO: automatically designing custom computers, in Computer 2002. The PICO was from HP lab. It was then bought by Synfora, which is bought by Synopsys. It is now integrated into the System Studio.
A compiler approach to fast hardware design space exploration in FPGA-based systems, in PLDI 2002.
Control Tutorials for Matlab and Simulink, with code samples.
Dynamically Reconfigurable Systems — Architectures, Design Methods and Applications, by Marco Platzner, Jürgen Teich and Norbert Wehn, a book published in 2010. The content is available from the TU/e digital library.
Introduction to Reconfigurable Computing
Some interesting articles in CACM May 2011:
- Sorting Through Photos, with some pointers to recent works.
- I, domestic robot, advertising the ROS and PR2.
- Deus Ex Machina, solving philosophical problems by computing.
- Bell Labs and Centralized Innovation, the “Bell Labs 2.0″ are around us.
- The Importance of Reviewing the Code, incorrect research results may come out from software bugs.
- An interview with Steve Furber, stories behind the BBC Micro and ARM.
- Brain-computer interfaces for communication and control, may help disables, but far from mature to market ordinary people.
- The future of microprocessors, by Shekhar Borkar and Andrew A. Chien from Intel.
- Complex financial products: caveat emptor: technical perspective, an introduction.
- Computational complexity and information asymmetry in financial products, modern financial products are simply untrackable.
- Images everywhere: looking for models: technical perspective, but it is still hard to tell “what is an image?”.
- Self-similarity-based image denoising. Despite decades of research, denoising is still an everlasting problem in computer vision.
A bicycle can be self-stable without gyroscopic or caster effects (doi), from Delft. It is surprising that there was not sufficient theory to support the balance of the bicycle.
Rodric Rabbah has some interesting publications.
IBM Journal of Research and Development has a special issue on IBM POWER7 Technology and Systems.
Closed-Loop Feedback Illumination for Optical Inverse Tone-Mapping in Light Microscopy, in TCVG June 2010. It puts the lighting in the loop. This idea has potential to help improve the performance of visual servoing.
IMAGE Resolution Enhancement by Using Discrete and Stationary Wavelet Decomposition, in TIP May 2011. It has compared itself with other frequency domain methods for super-resolution.
Multidimensional DFT IP Generator for FPGA Platforms, in TCSI April 2011.
Some interesting papers in Design and Test of Computers March-April 2011:
The proceeding of CODES+ISSS 2010 is available.
The proceeding of HPCA 2011 is available.
The proceeding of 3DIC 2010 is available.
The Good News and the Bad News, by wayne Wolf, in Computer 2007. It suggests the real time requirement and the closed loop requirement are two of the most challenging problems for cyber-physical systems.
AIRBUS state of the art and practices on FDI and FTC in flight control system, from Airbus, to appear in Control Engineering Practice. It describes the fault tolerance aspect of a typical Airbus Electrical Flight Control System (EFCS).
Mathematical equations as executable models of mechanical systems, in the 1st ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS) 2010.
Cyber-Physical Systems Readings on the ICCPS 2011 web site.
A random collection of papers by Maurice Heemels: