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—With the rise of many-core chips that require substantial bandwidth from the network on chip (NoC), integrated photonic links have been investigated as a promising alternative to traditional electrical interconnects. While numerous opto-electronic NoCs have been proposed, evaluations of photonic architectures have thus-far had to use a number of(More)
This paper presents photonic devices with 3 dB/cm waveguide loss fabricated in an existing commercial electronic 45 nm SOI-CMOS foundry process. By utilizing existing front-end fabrication processes the photonic devices are monolithically integrated with electronics in the same physical device layer as transistors achieving 4 ps logic stage delay, without(More)
The performance of future manycore processors will only scale with the number of integrated cores if there is a corresponding increase in memory bandwidth. Projected scaling of electrical DRAM architectures appears unlikely to suffice, being constrained by processor and DRAM pin-bandwidth density and by total DRAM chip power, including off-chip signaling,(More)
The goal of high level event classification from videos is to assign a single, high level event label to each query video. Traditional approaches represent each video as a set of low level features and encode it into a fixed length feature vector (e.g. Bag-of-Words), which leave a big gap between low level visual features and high level events. Our paper(More)
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—Integrated photonic interconnects have emerged recently as a potential solution for relieving on-chip and chip-to-chip bandwidth bottlenecks for next-generation many-core processors. To help bridge the gap between device and cir-cuit/system designers, and aid in understanding of inherent photonic link tradeoffs, we present a set of link component models(More)
Event recognition has been an important topic in computer vision research due to its many applications. However , most of the work has focused on videos taken from a fixed camera, known environments and basic events. Here, we focus on classification of unconstrained, web videos into much higher level activities. We follow the approach of constructing fixed(More)