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Shen, J. (author)
Heterogeneous platforms are mixes of different processing units in a compute node (e.g., CPUs+GPUs, CPU+MICs) or a chip package (e.g., APUs). This type of platforms keeps gaining popularity in various computer systems ranging from supercomputers to mobile devices. In this context, improving their efficiency and usability has become increasingly...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Morales-España, G. (author), Davidson, M. (author), Ramírez-Elizondo, L. (author), De Weerdt, M.M. (author)
This document is an online companion for the paper "Robust Unit Commitment with Dispatchable Wind: An LP Reformulation of the Second-stage".
report 2015
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Capotă, M. (author)
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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Walraven, E.M.P. (author), Spaan, M.T.J. (author)
Integration of renewable energy in power systems is a potential source of uncertainty, because renewable generation is variable and may depend on changing and highly uncertain weather conditions. In this paper we present and evaluate a new method to schedule power-demanding tasks with release times and deadlines under uncertainty, in order to...
conference paper 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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Loukas, A. (author)
We have recently seen a surge of research focusing on the processing of graph data. The emerging field of signal processing on graphs focuses on the extension of classical discrete signal processing techniques to the graph setting. Arguably, the greatest breakthrough of the field has been the extension of the Fourier transform from time signals...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Burghouwt, P. (author)
Botnets play an important role in modern Internet-related cybercrime. A botnet consists of a group of infected computers, referred to as bots. The bots are remotely controlled and deployed in malicious activities, such as DDoS attacks, spam, and espionage. Clever design of the botnet C&C (Command and Control) infrastructure, combined with the...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Neron, P.J.M. (author), Tolmach, A.P. (author), Visser, E. (author), Wachsmuth, G. (author)
We describe a language-independent theory for name binding and resolution, suitable for programming languages with complex scoping rules including both lexical scoping and modules. We formulate name resolution as a two stage problem. First a language-independent scope graph is constructed using language-specific rules from an abstract syntax...
report 2015
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Tao, K. (author)
In the past decade, the Social Web has evolved into both an essential channel for people to exchange information and a new type of mass media. The immense amount of data produced presents new possibilities and challenges: algorithms and technologies need to be developed to extract and infer useful information from the Social Web. One of the main...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Bien, V.Q. (author)
Because of high data rate multimedia applications such as HD and UHDTV, online games, etc., the future home networks are expected to support short-range gigabit transmission. With the worldwide availability of 5 GHz spectrum at the 60 GHz band, it creates the opportunity for a promising air interface for future home networks. This dissertation...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Zaykov, P.G. (author)
In this dissertation, we address the problem of performance efficient multithreading execution on heterogeneous multicore embedded systems. By heterogeneous multicore embedded systems we refer to those, which have real-time requirements and consist of processor tiles with General Purpose Processor (GPP), local memory, and one or more...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Fang, J. (author)
The architecture diversity of many-core processors - with their different types of cores, and memory hierarchies - makes the old model of reprogramming every application for every platform infeasible. Therefore, inter-platform portability has become a desirable feature of programming models. While functional portability is ensured by standards...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Shi, H. (author)
With the rapid development in wireless devices, applications and networks, radio frequencies have become scarce resources. Therefore, it is critical to make efficient use of the radio frequencies. A promising way to solve this problem is the use of cognitive radio (CR). In CR, radio frequencies are allocated to licensed users, also called...
doctoral thesis 2014
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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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Planken, L.R. (author)
This dissertation describes research into new methods for automated temporal reasoning. For this purpose, several frameworks are available in literature. Chapter 1 presents a concise literature survey that provides a new overview of their interrelation. In the remainder of the dissertation, the focus is on quantitative frameworks, i.e. temporal...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Jia, L. (author)
Online networks like email, Facebook, LinkedIn, Wikipedia, eBay, and BitTorrent-like Peer-to-Peer (P2P) systems have become popular and powerful infrastructures for communication. They involve potentially large numbers of humans with their collective inputs and decisions, and they often rely on the cooperation and the contribution of their users...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Wang, Y. (author)
Aggressive CMOS technology feature size scaling has been going on for the past decades, while the supply voltage is not proportionally scaled. Due to the increasing power density and electric field in the gate dielectric, the accelerating factors of failure mechanisms in nanoscale Integrated Circuits (ICs) have become more severe than ever. As a...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Chiluka, N.J. (author)
Due to its democratized nature, online social media (OSM) attracts millions of users to publish and share their content with friends as well as a wider audience at little cost. Such a vast user base and a wealth of content, however, presents its own challenges. First, the amount of user-generated content being uploaded in their repositories...
doctoral thesis 2013
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De Weerdt, M.M. (author), Gerding, E.H. (author), Stein, S. (author), Robu, V. (author), Jennings, N.R. (author)
En-route charging stations allow electric vehicles to greatly extend their range. However, as a full charge takes a considerable amount of time, there may be significant waiting times at peak hours. To address this problem, we propose a novel navigation system, which communicates its intentions (i.e., routing policies) to other drivers. Using...
conference paper 2013
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