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Evaluating Software-based Hardening Techniques for General-Purpose Registers on a GPGPU
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In this paper, we evaluate different software-based hardening techniques developed to detect SEUs in GPUs general-purpose registers and propose optimizations to improve performance and memory utilization. Expand
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Investigating Floating-Point Implementations in a Softcore GPU under Radiation-Induced Faults
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This work investigates the use of softcore GPUs in SRAM-based FPGAs under radiation-induced transient faults to improve reliability in terms of MWBF. Expand
A New Combination in Heliotropium (Heliotropiaceae) from South America
Abstract. A new combination in Heliotropium (Heliotropiaceae) from South America is proposed in this paper: Heliotropium lilloi.
Improving Selective Fault Tolerance in GPU Register Files by Relaxing Application Accuracy
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The high computing power of graphics processing units (GPUs) makes them attractive for safety-critical applications, where reliability is a major concern. Expand
New Combinations in Euploca (Heliotropiaceae) from South America
Abstract. Four new combinations in Euploca from South America (Heliotropiaceae), all them endemic to Peru, are proposed in this paper: Euploca lobbii, Euploca oxyloba, Euploca polyanthella, andExpand
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First record of Alophia drummondii (Iridaceae) for the Paraíba state and Caatinga vegetation, Brazilian northeastern
Iridaceae Juss. is included in the order Asparagales1 and consist of 66 genera and about 2,030 species. Presenting cosmopolitan distribution within South America and South Africa being their mainExpand
New Combinations in Euploca (Heliotropiaceae) from French Polynesia
Two new combinations in Euploca (Heliotropiaceae) from Marquesas Islands, endemic from French Polynesia, are proposed in this paper: Euploca marchionica and Euploca perlmanii.
Improving GPU Register File Reliability With a Comprehensive ISA Extension
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This work proposes a comprehensive ISA extension to improve GPU reliability to transient effects. Expand