Eric Fossum’s Lecture on Image Sensors. Thanks for the pointer from image-sensors-world.
An embedded stereo vision module for 6D pose estimation and mapping , in IROS 2011. Thanks for the pointer from Roel.
It is not where you work, but who you work with, an interesting blog post by Daniel Lamire.
Some interesting articles in the CACM Nov. 2011:
- The rise and fall of high performance Fortran. An authentic reflection on the reasons of its failure.
- OCaml for the masses.
- The PatchMatch randomized matching algorithm for image manipulation
- Nanonetworks: a new frontier in communications
- Will software engineering ever be engineering?
IEEE Micro Sept.-Oct. 2011 is a special issue on hybrid CPU/GPU computing. Some interesting papers:
- GPUs and the Future of Parallel Computing, from NVIDIA. It gives some more details and rationales behind the next generation GPUs.
- CPUs, GPUs, and Hybrid Computing, David Brooks is forwarding this special issue.
- Implementing Domain-Specific Languages for Heterogeneous Parallel Computing, from Stanford and EPFL.
- PEPPHER: Efficient and Productive Usage of Hybrid Computing Systems, from the PEPPHER consortium.
- Performance Implications of Nonuniform Device Topologies in Scalable Heterogeneous Architectures, from Oak Ridge National Lab. It describes the details of the Keeneland GPU supercomputer project.
Journal of Selected Topics on Signal Processing Nov. 2011 is a special Issue on Emerging Technologies for Video Compression.
Some interesting papers in Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C: Applications and Reviews (TSMCC) Nov. 2011:
Some interesting papers in TACO Oct 2011:
- Hybrid analytical modeling of pending cache hits, data prefetching, and MSHRs, by Xi E. Chen and Tor M. Aamodt
- Power gating strategies on GPUs, from National Taiwan U.
- Evaluating placement policies for managing capacity sharing in CMP architectures with private caches, from NCSU and IBM.
Some interesting papers in TODAES Oct 2011:
- A 36uW heartbeat-detection processor for a wireless sensor node , from Holst center at Eindhoven.
- Memory access optimization in compilation for coarse-grained reconfigurable architectures
- Timing variation-aware scheduling and resource binding in high-level synthesis
- Dynamic data folding with parameterizable FPGA configurations , from the group of Dirk Stroobandt in Ghent.
- Resource-constrained multiprocessor synthesis for floating-point applications on FPGAs
Some interesting papers in TIP Nov 2011:
- Period Coded Phase Shifting Strategy for Real–time 3-D Structured Light Illumination
- Segmentation and Tracking Multiple Objects Under Occlusion From Multiview Video
- Interpolation-Dependent Image Downsampling
- Texture Classification Using Dominant Neighborhood Structure
- A 124 Mpixels/s VLSI Design for Histogram-Based Joint Bilateral Filtering
- On Dependent Bit Allocation for Multiview Image Coding With Depth-Image-Based Rendering
- Joint Registration and Super-Resolution With Omnidirectional Images
- Learning-Based Prediction of Visual Attention for Video Signals
Some interesting papers in TIE Feb 2011:
- Micro-/Nanopositioning Using Model Predictive Output Integral Discrete Sliding Mode Control
- A Robust Real-Time Embedded Vision System on an Unmanned Rotorcraft for Ground Target Following
- Advances of Mechatronics and Robotics , including a session on visual servocontrol.
- The Evolution of Factory and Building Automation , with emphasis on the electronic side of the evolution.
- High-Performance Motor Drives , a survey.
Open Source Software: Lessons from and for Software Engineering , in Computer Oct. 2011. To motivate time-based release, this article cites a funny story of gzip, which took 13 years between two stable releases (1993-2006).