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The Time Dilation Technique for Timing Error Tolerance
- Stefanos Valadimas, A. Floros, Y. Tsiatouhas, A. Arapoyanni, X. Kavousianos
- Computer ScienceIEEE Transactions on Computers
- 1 May 2014
The Time Dilation design technique is proposed that provides concurrent error detection and correction in the field of application and also supports off-line manufacturing scan testing and introduces only negligible performance degradation.
A Pipeline Architecture Incorporating a Low-Cost Error Detection and Correction Mechanism
- A. Floros, Y. Tsiatouhas, A. Arapoyanni, T. Haniotakis
- Computer Science13th IEEE International Conference on Electronics…
- 1 December 2006
A concurrent error detection and correction circuit and technique is presented that is characterized by low silicon area requirements, compared to earlier approaches, and the need of only a single clock cycle for pipeline recovery.
AES WHITE PAPER Best Practices in Network Audio
Installers of audio networks need to be aware of a number of issues that affect audio signals but are not important for data networks and are not addressed by current IT networking technologies such as IP.
Towards the All-Digital Audio/Acoustic Chain: Challenges and Solutions
The paper examines theoretical and implementation aspects related to each of the modules that could constitute such an all-digital audio / acoustic transducer, namely: the digital wireless receiver, via the Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11 protocols.
Affective acoustic ecology: towards emotionally enhanced sound events
The concept of affective acoustic ecology is introduced, which defines sound event as a novel audio structure with multiple components and investigates the application of existing emotion models employed for music affective analysis to sonic, non-musical, content.
Audio games as educational tools: Design principles and examples
- Emmanouel Rovithis, A. Floros, Andreas Mniestris, Nikolas Grigoriou
- Computer ScienceIEEE Games Media Entertainment
- 1 October 2014
This paper will first discuss existing approaches to organizing the sonic content of an AG, and propose a methodology for designing an AG for educational purposes, and a case-study consisting of the development of two educational AGs related to the issue of noise will be demonstrated.
Sound events and emotions: Investigating the relation of rhythmic characteristics and arousal
This work analytically investigates the connection of rhythm-related characteristics of a wide range of common SEs with the arousal of the listener using sound events with semantic content, demonstrating a significant relation of SEs rhythmic characteristics to the elicited arousal.
Analytic Derivation of Audio PWM Signals and Spectra
A method is presented which allows the direct mapping of any arbitrary audio PCM sample value into PWM pulse transition intervals, hence producing an analytic description of the resulting PWM data…
Controlling interactive evolution of 8-bit melodies with genetic programming
- Maximos A. Kaliakatsos-Papakostas, M. G. Epitropakis, A. Floros, M. N. Vrahatis
- Computer ScienceSoft Comput.
- 1 December 2012
A modification of the GP operators is proposed that allows the user to have control on the randomness of the evolutionary process and indicates that the utilization of the proposed genetic operators drives the evolution to more user-preferable sounds.