Chita Das

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The Penn State RS/6000 SP is a uniquely acquired and operated computing facility. This 143 CPU machine, centrally located and jointly owned, is a result of collaboration between academic departments, research groups, and the central academic computing facility. It is the largest on-campus resource at Penn State for meeting the high performance computing(More)
Continuous technology scaling has enabled the integration of hundreds of processing cores on the same silicon substrate, therefore allowing for the concurrent execution of multiple applications on a chip. For such systems, traditional solutions for on-chip communication are likely unable to scale, thereby requiring a departure from classic on-chip(More)
The following paper develops the theories and methods used in a gesture recognition system implemented as a human-computer interface (HCI). The gesture recognition system recognizes four fundamental static hand gestures and variations for a total of nine gestures. The system uses a variation of the CAMSHIFT algorithm for hand tracking and a minimum distance(More)
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