Hybrid Core Acceleration of UWB SIRE Radar Signal Processing

@article{Park2011HybridCA,
  title={Hybrid Core Acceleration of UWB SIRE Radar Signal Processing},
  author={Song Jun Park and James A. Ross and Dale R. Shires and David A. Richie and Brian J. Henz and Lam H. Nguyen},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={46-57}
}
To move High-Performance Computing (HPC) closer to forward operating environments and missions, the Army Research Laboratory is developing approaches using hybrid, asymmetric core computing. By blending capabilities found in Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) and traditional von Neumann multicore Central Processing Units (CPUs), approaches are being developed and optimized to provide at or near real-time processing speeds for research project applications. Algorithms are designed to partition… CONTINUE READING

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