Childhood autism spikes in geek heartlands. According to the report, “childhood autism is two to four times as common in Eindhoven as it is in Haarlem and Utrecht”.
Some interesting papers in TPAMI August 2011:
- CENTRIST: A Visual Descriptor for Scene Categorization
- Dynamic Refraction Stereo
- A Physics-Based Analysis of Image Appearance Models
- Motion Field Estimation from Alternate Exposure Images
- Maximum Correntropy Criterion for Robust Face Recognition
Some interesting papers in JSSC July 2011:
- A 2.2 mA 4.3 mm ASIC for a 1000 /s 2-Axis Capacitive Micro-Gyroscope
- An Energy-Efficient Biomedical Signal Processing Platform, from Texas Instruments and MIT.
Some interesting papers in TVLSI July 2011:
Budget cut for 2012: 13.5 million, according to Cursor, the newspaper of TU/e. It hurts.
Some interesting articles in CACM July 2011:
- A decade of software model checking with SLAM, from Microsoft.
- Debugging in the (very) large: ten years of implementation and experience, on Windows Error Reporting (WER).
- FAWN: a fast array of wimpy nodes, from Carnegie Mellon and Intel.
- The case for RAMCloud, from Stanford.
- DSL for the uninitiated, practical issues of domain specific languages.
- Too many copyrights?
- Non-myths about programming
PCI Express takes on Thunderbolt, with a cable version of PCIe.
Java’s Forgotten Forbear. The same for CUDA.
Towards Accelerating Irregular EDA Applications with GPUs (non-doi link), to appear in j.vlsi.
Invariant representation for spectral reflectance images and its application, to appear in EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing.
Basler has a list of compatible framegrabbers. It is funny that the CameraLink standard states “every camera compatible with CameraLink standard should work with any framegrabber compatible with CameraLink standard”.
C to FPGA — Who’ll Use the Next Generation of Design Tools?, by Kevin Morris.