J. Randal Moulic

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The Cell Broadband Enginee (Cell/B.E.) processor, developed jointly by Sony, Toshiba, and IBM primarily for next-generation gaming consoles, packs a level of floating-point, vector, and integer streaming performance in one chip that is an order of magnitude greater than that of traditional commodity microprocessors. Cell/B.E. blades are server and(More)
Advanced Computer Architecture is an upper-level required course offered by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Alaska-Anchorage (UAA). Course content is structured to provide students with a qualitative and quantitative approach to computer architecture, which addresses both the hardware and software aspects of(More)
The Cell Broadband Engine (CBE) processor provides the potential to achieve an impressive level of speed up for multimedia applications. Video Surveillance is a growing multimedia application due to its concern in various areas like commercial security, military applications. In this paper, we present CBE as a cost effective computational solution for the(More)
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