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Sarkar, A. (author)
Efforts to realize a sufficiently large controllable quantum processor are actively being pursued globally. These quantum devices are programmed by specifying the manipulation of quantum information via quantum algorithms. This doctoral research provides an application perspective to the design requirements of a quantum accelerator architecture....
doctoral thesis 2022
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Ahmed, N. (author)
Recent advances in DNA sequencing technology have opened new doors for scientists to use genomic data analysis in a variety of applications that directly affect human lives. However, the analysis of unprecedented volumes of sequencing data being produced represents a formidable computational challenge. The conventional CPU-only computing...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Lao, L. (author)
Quantum computing promises to solve some problems that are intractable by classical computers. Several quantum processors based on different technologies and consisting of a few tens of noisy qubits have already been developed. However, qubits are fragile as they tend to decohere extremely quickly and quantum operations are faulty, making...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Houtgast, E.J. (author)
Developments in sequencing technology have drastically reduced the cost of DNA sequencing. The raw sequencing data being generated requires processing through computationally demanding suites of bioinformatics algorithms called genomics pipelines. The greatly decreased cost of sequencing has resulted in its widespread adoption, and the amount of...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Joshi, P.D. (author)
Networks such as road networks, utility networks, computer and communication networks and even social networks are the backbone of human civilization. Network analysis enables quantitative measurement of the important criteria such<br/>as delays, ease of routing and fault tolerance, and is required to build efficient and robust networks....
doctoral thesis 2019
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Varsamopoulos, S. (author)
Quantum error correction (QEC) is key to have reliable quantum computation and storage, due to the fragility of qubits in current quantum technology and the imperfect application of quantum operations. In order to have efficient quantum computation and storage, active QEC is required. QEC consists of an encoding and a decoding process. The way...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Ren, S. (author)
Next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have transformed the landscape of genomic research. With the significant advances in NGS technologies, DNA sequencing is more affordable and accessible than ever before. Meanwhile, many DNA sequence analysis tools have been developed to derive useful information from the raw sequencing data produced...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Fu, X. (author)
Quantum computers can accelerate solving some problems which are inefficiently solved by classical computers, such as quantum chemistry simulation. To date, quantum computer engineering has focused primarily at opposite ends of the required system stack: devising high-level programming languages and compilers to describe and optimize quantum...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Zandrahimi, M. (author)
To overcome the increasing sensitivity to variability in nanoscale integrated circuits, operation parameters (e.g., supply voltage) are adapted in a customized way exclusively to each chip. AVS is a standard industrial technique which has been adopted widely to compensate for process, voltage, and temperature variations as well as power...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Hoozemans, J.J. (author)
Embedded systems range from very simple devices, such as a digital watch, to highly complex systems such as smartphones. In these complex devices, an increasing number of applications need to be executed on a computing platform. Moreover, the number of applications (or programs) usually exceeds the number of processors found on such platforms....
doctoral thesis 2018
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Vermij, E.P. (author)
The performance of supercomputers is not growing anymore at the rate it once used to. Several years ago a break with historical trends appeared. First the break appeared at the lower end of worldwide supercomputer installations, but now it affects a significant number of systems with average performance. Power consumption is becoming the most...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Choupani, R. (author)
With the rapid improvements in digital communication technologies, distributing high-definition visual information has become more widespread. However, the available technologies were not sufficient to support the rising demand for high-definition video. This situation is further complicated when the network resources such as the available...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Cucu Laurenciu, N. (author)
Aggressive CMOS technology feature size down-scaling into the deca nanometer regime, while benefiting performance and yield, determined device characteristics variability increase w.r.t. their nominal values, which can lead to large spreads in delay, power, and robustness, and make devices more prone to aging and noise induced failures during in...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Ashraf, I. (author)
Though transistor scaling yields more transistors per chip, however, the consistent performance gain due to frequency scaling is no more feasible due to physical limits. These trends shifted the computational paradigm towards integration of more and more processing cores. Multicore computing is challenging, not only because applications need to...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Enachescu, M. (author)
The availability of inexpensive and powerful processors provides the means for the computation ecosystem to change its fundamental paradigm towards the Internet of Things (IoT) where ubiquitous nanosystems add intelligence to every object that surrounds us. The new trend for most of those systems is to autonomously operate into a “zero-power”...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Monteiro Oliveira Cortez, A.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2015
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Mushtaq, H. (author)
Constant reduction in the size of transistors has made it possible to implement many cores on a single die. However, smaller transistors are more susceptible to both temporary and permanent faults. To make such systems more reliable, online fault tolerance techniques can be applied. A common approach for providing fault tolerance is to per- form...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Chen, C. (author)
The aggressive semiconductor technology scaling provides the means for doubling the amount of transistors on a single chip each and every 18 months. To efficiently utilize these vast chip resources, Multi-Processor Systems on Chip (MPSoCs) integrated with a Network-on-Chip (NoC) communication infrastructure have been widely investigated. However...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Pham-Quoc Cuong, P. (author)
Heterogeneous multicore systems are becoming increasingly important as the need for computation power grows, especially when we are entering into the big data era. As one of the main trends in heterogeneous multicore, hardware accelerator systems provide application specific hardware circuits and are thus more energy efficient and have higher...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Taouil, M. (author)
3D stacking is an emerging technology promising many benefits such as low latency between stacked dies, reduced power consumption, high bandwidth communication, improved form factor and package volume density, heterogeneous integration, and low-cost manufacturing. However, it requires modification of existing methods and/or introduction of new...
doctoral thesis 2014
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