Myron Schneider

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In a distributed heterogeneous computing system, the resources have different capabilities and tasks have different requirements. To maximize the performance of the system, it is essential to assign the resources to tasks (match) and order the execution of tasks on each resource (schedule) to exploit the heterogeneity of the resources and tasks. Dynamic(More)
In this contribution different approaches for power estimation for programmable processors are presented and evaluated concerning their capability to be applied to modern digital signal processor architectures like e.g. Very Long Instruction Word (VLIW) -architectures. Special emphasis will be laid on the concept of socalled Functional-Level Power Analysis(More)
In a distributed heterogeneous computing system, the resources have different capabilities and tasks have different requirements. To maximize the performance of the system, it is essential to assign resources to tasks (match) and order the execution of tasks on each resource (schedule) in a manner that exploits the heterogeneity of the resources and tasks.(More)
We present an interaction technique called “wiping”, which allows to move information units beyond screen boundaries onto different devices or displays in the environment. The technique uses a physical metaphor and makes the information units behave similar to physical objects. The technique can be used with mice or pens on the corresponding devices, or(More)
In this paper, a framework is established to quantify the influence of hardware imperfections realizing a Direction-of-Arrival (DoA) estimation system using a circular antenna array. The latter exploits one transceiver and therefore samples the different antennas sequentially. To accomplish this, a Single-Pole-Multifold-Throw (SPMT) switch is needed to(More)
A model is presented which describes the uncoiling process of a rolling mill in fault-less and in faulty situations. This model is implemented in the DYMOLA modelling and simulation environment. It is used for two purposes: first for the simulation of the unwinding process and second for model-based fault diagnosis. For the latter diagnostic task, a(More)
Sockets used for complex CPUs or System-on-a-chip (SOC) devices present extraordinary challenges for InCircuit test. They usually have a large number of pins packed into a very small area. Additionally, a large percentage of the pins in the socket are power and ground pins that have limited or no discernible test coverage. Test industry solutions for these(More)
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