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SPEC CPU benchmarks are commonly used by compiler writers and architects of general purpose processors for performance evaluation. Since the release of the CPU89 suite, the SPEC CPU benchmark suites have evolved, with applications either removed or added or upgraded. This influences the design decisions for the next generation compilers and… (More)
[LoP5] N. Jouppi and D. Wall. Available instruction-level parallelism for superscalar and super-pipelined machines.
Symbiotic Computing is a kind of research project and concept to bridge the gap between Real Space (RS) and Digital Space (DS). The purpose is mainly to develop flexible information service or application as well as to establish the next generation information platform. In order to establish the framework, it is necessary to build 'Mutual Cognition' between… (More)
Support vector machines are known for their high capability of generalization and have been successfully applied to various classification and regression problems by employing kernel techniques to define nonlinear feature maps from a low dimensional input space into a very high dimensional feature space. Kernel techniques have an advantage in making… (More)
This paper presents a novel methodology for pattern classification, combining different feature extraction approaches, more precisely, global PCA, block-based PCA and LDA in order to improve the face classification performance. Block-based PCA is a new technique that is being widely used for feature extraction, especially in face recognition. Basically, the… (More)