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Quantum Algorithm Implementations for Beginners
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We give an introduction to quantum computing algorithms and their implementation on real quantum hardware. Expand
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On an Improvement over Rényi's Equivocation Bound
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We consider the problem of estimating the probability of error in multi-hypothesis testing when MAP criterion is used. Expand
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On the effect of parity-check weights in iterative decoding
  • N. Santhi, A. Vardy
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • International Symposium onInformation Theory…
  • 27 June 2004
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It is well-established "folk knowledge" that in order to be iteratively decodable, a code should have a sparse parity-check matrix, as it has some qualitative and quantitative properties for finite-length codes. Expand
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On Algebraic Decoding of q-ary Reed-Muller and Product Reed-Solomon Codes
  • N. Santhi
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE International Symposium on Information…
  • 21 April 2007
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We consider a list decoding algorithm recently proposed by Pellikaan-Wu [8] for Reed-Muller and Product-Reed-Solomon codes. Expand
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An analytical memory hierarchy model for performance prediction
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We present Analytical Memory Model (AMM), a model of cache memory hierarchy, embedded in the Performance Prediction Toolkit (PPT), a suite of discrete-event-simulation-based codesign hardware and software models. Expand
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PPT-GPU: Scalable GPU Performance Modeling
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We present PPT-GPU, a scalable and accurate performance prediction framework that enables GPU code developers and architects to predict the performance of applications in a fast, and accurate manner on different GPU architectures. Expand
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Low Overhead Instruction Latency Characterization for NVIDIA GPGPUs
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We introduce a very low overhead and portable analysis for exposing the latency of each instruction executing in the GPU pipeline(s) and the access overhead of memory hierarchies found in GPUs at the micro-architecture level. Expand
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CyberSim: Geographic, temporal, and organizational dynamics of malware propagation
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We present the modular CyberSim tool which has been developed in response to the need to realistically simulate at a national level, software vulnerabilities and resulting malware propagation in online social networks. Expand
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The Simian concept: Parallel Discrete Event Simulation with interpreted languages and just-in-time compilation
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We introduce Simian, a family of open-source Parallel Discrete Event Simulation (PDES) engines written using Lua and Python. Expand
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An Integrated Interconnection Network Model for Large-Scale Performance Prediction
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We present an interconnect model for predicting the performance of large-scale applications on high-performance architectures on Cray's Gemini 3-D torus network. Expand
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