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As manycore architectures enable a large number of cores on the die, a key challenge that emerges is the availability of memory bandwidth with conventional DRAM solutions. To address this challenge, integration of large DRAM caches that provide as much as 5× higher bandwidth and as low as 1/3rd of the latency (as compared to conventional DRAM) is(More)
We describe the design and implementation of unstructured peer-to-peer networks for large-scale live media streaming through global Internet in this paper. In so called GridMedia system, we adopt gossip-based protocol to organize end nodes into an application layer overlay. Each node in GridMedia independently selects its neighbors and utilizes a novel and(More)
As we enter the era of CMP platforms with multiple threads/cores on the die, the diversity of the simultaneous workloads running on them is expected to increase. The rapid deployment of virtualization as a means to consolidate workloads on to a single platform is a prime example of this trend. In such scenarios, the quality of service (QoS) that each(More)
A real-time face recognition method using Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization for linear discriminant analysis (GSLDA) is presented in this paper. The GSLDA algorithm avoids the large matrices computation such as computing the inverse or diagonalization of matrices, which may be somewhat problematic in terms of computational demands and numerical accuracy. On(More)
Epigenetic regulation in insects may have effects on diverse biological processes. Here we survey the methylome of a model insect, the silkworm Bombyx mori, at single-base resolution using Illumina high-throughput bisulfite sequencing (MethylC-Seq). We conservatively estimate that 0.11% of genomic cytosines are methylcytosines, all of which probably occur(More)
The upcoming Ultra-wide-band (UWB) radio technology holds great promise for revolutionizing wireless communications. UWB radios transmit using precise, very short (e.g. picosecond) impulses spread over a very large bandwidth (up to a few Ghz). The significant advantages of this technology are low-power operation, mitigated multi-path fading effects, high(More)
In this correspondence, we address the facial expression recognition problem using kernel canonical correlation analysis (KCCA). Following the method proposed by Lyons et al. and Zhang et al. , we manually locate 34 landmark points from each facial image and then convert these geometric points into a labeled graph (LG) vector using the Gabor wavelet(More)