The Micro-44 has two interesting papers on GPU architecture:
- Improving GPU Performance via Large Warps and Two-Level Warp Scheduling
- Hardware Transactional Memory for GPU Architectures
Some interesting preprints to appear in Mechatronics:
- Visual tracking of robots in uncalibrated environments
- Visual control with adaptive dynamical compensation for 3D target tracking by mobile manipulators
- Planar mirrors for image-based robot localization and 3-D reconstruction
Some recent interesting papers in j.cviu:
- Analysis and evaluation of a general camera model
- Cognitive visual tracking and camera control
- Selective spatio-temporal interest points
- Robust moving object detection against fast illumination change
- Improving Sub-pixel Correspondence through Upsampling
Some recent interesting papers in j.imavis:
- Edge and line oriented contour detection: State of the art
- Real-time stereo on GPGPU using progressive multi-resolution adaptive windows
- Scale invariant and deformation tolerant partial shape matching
- Keyframe-based recognition and localization during video-rate parallel tracking and mapping, from Oxford. The front-end starts with FAST, followed by SIFT.
- Video-based, real-time multi-view stereo, from Aston U. and Google.
An autonomous six-DOF eye-in-hand system for in situ 3D object modeling, in Journal of Robotics Research Oct. 2011.
Iterative learning of grasp adaptation through human corrections, in Robotics and Autonomous Systems Jan. 2012.
Structure from Motion using the Extended Kalman Filter, in Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics (STAR).
Some recent papers in Precision Engineering:
- Edge effect elimination in the recursive implementation of Gaussian filters
- Theoretical analysis of errors in correction algorithms for periodic nonlinearity in displacement measuring interferometers, from TU Delft. It uses a simulated wafer positioning system.
- A Technique to Measure the Flatness of Next-Generation 450 mm Wafers using a Three-Point Method with an Autonomous Calibration Function
Intel Technology Journal has a special issue titled UEFI Today: Bootstrapping the Continuum.
The Kinect Accelerator, a project to fund start-ups that base their business on Kinect.
A random collection of recent articles in HBR blog: