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Ciobanu, C.B. (author), Gaydadjiev, G.N. (author), Pilato, Christian (author), Sciuto, Donatella (author)
Heterogeneous systems are becoming increasingly popular, delivering high performance through hardware specialization. However, sequential data accesses may have a negative impact on performance. Data parallel solutions such as Polymorphic Register Files (PRFs) can potentially accelerate applications by facilitating high-speed, parallel access to...
journal article 2018
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Ma, Wanjing (author), Zou, Li (author), Dai, Kun (author), Gartner, Nathan H. (author), Wang, M. (author)
Arterial traffic signal coordination makes traffic flow more efficient and safer. This paper presents a partition-enabled multi-mode band (PM-BAND) model that is designed to solve the signal coordination problem for arterials with multiple modes, i.e., passenger cars and transit vehicles. The proposed method permits the progression bands to...
journal article 2018
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Karmakar, S. (author), Gonen, B. (author), Sebastiano, F. (author), van Veldhoven, Robert (author), Makinwa, K.A.A. (author)
This paper presents a dynamic zoom analog-to-digital converter for use in low-bandwidth (<1 kHz) instrumentation applications. It employs a high-speed asynchronous successive approximation register (SAR) ADC that dynamically updates the references of a fully differential Δ Σ ADC. Compared to previous zoom ADCs,...
journal article 2018
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Jiang, J. (author), Makinwa, K.A.A. (author)
This paper presents a temperature-insensitive magnetic sensor system for contactless current measurements. To simultaneously achieve wide bandwidth and low noise, the proposed system employs a multi-path structure with a set of spinning current Hall sensors in its low-frequency path and a set of pick-up coils in its high-frequency path. The...
journal article 2017
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Rodrigo Mor, A. R. (author), Castro Heredia, L.C. (author), Muñoz, F. A. (author)
The acquisition parameters of an unconventional Partial Discharge (PD) measuring system affect the way the PD pulses are recorded and in turn, the results of the data processing. The noise based on the oscilloscope's vertical resolution is a feature of the sampled signal that is always present when a digital acquisition system is used. In PD...
journal article 2017
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Blanco Campo, A. (author), le Chevalier, F. (author), Yarovyi, O. (author)
One of the most striking challenges that radar designers have to deal with, when developing new doppler systems, is to overcome the difficulty of working with ambiguous velocities. Even using high PRF’s, target’s velocities become ambiguous because wavelengths are getting shorter. This article tries to depict an idea of becoming unambiguous in...
conference paper 2015
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Meerwaldt, H.B. (author)
A carbon nanotube (CNT) is a remarkable material and can be thought of as a single-atom thick cylinder of carbon atoms capped of with a semisphere. This is called a single-walled CNT and, depending on how the cylinder is rolled up, CNTs are either semiconducting or metallic. A CNT is made into a mechanical resonator by suspending it between two...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Ciobanu, C.B. (author)
Processor clock frequencies and the related performance improvements recently stagnated due to severe power and thermal dissipation barriers. As a result, the additional transistors provided by new technology generations are turned into more processing elements on a chip and used for their specialization towards power efficiency. For data...
doctoral thesis 2013
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De Winter, J.C.F. (author), Dodou, D. (author)
Shared control (also known as continuous haptic guidance or haptically active controls) has recently been introduced in car driving. With shared control, the driver receives continuous force feedback on the gas pedal or steering wheel, so that human and machine conduct the driving task simultaneously. Experiments in driving simulators have shown...
conference paper 2011
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Jia, L. (author), d' Acunto, L. (author), Meulpolder, M. (author), Pouwelse, J.A. (author), Epema, D.H.J. (author)
Enhancing reciprocity has been one of the primary motivations for the design of incentive policies in BitTorrent-like P2P systems. Reciprocity implies that peers need to contribute their bandwidth to other peers if they want to receive bandwidth in return. However, the over-provisioning that characterizes today’s BitTorrent communities and the...
conference paper 2011
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Jia, L. (author), Rahman, R (author), Vinko, T. (author), Pouwelse, J.A. (author), Epema, D.H.J. (author)
Many private BitTorrent communities employ Sharing Ratio Enforcement (SRE) schemes to incentivize users to contribute their upload resources. It has been demonstrated that communities that use SRE are greatly oversupplied, i.e., they have much higher seeder-to-leecher ratios than communities in which SRE is not employed. The first order effect...
conference paper 2011
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Van den Berg, A. (author), Ren, P. (author), Marinissen, E.J. (author), Gaydadjiev, G. (author), Goossens, K. (author)
Test data travels through a System on Chip (SOC) from the chip pins to the Core-Under-Test (CUT) and vice versa via a Test Access Mechanism (TAM). Conventionally, a TAM is implemented using dedicated communication infrastructure. However, also existing functional interconnect, such as a bus or Network on Chip (NOC), can be reused as TAM; this...
journal article 2010
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Baken, N.H.G. (author), Van Boven, E. (author), Hoffmans, J. (author), Hollemans, W. (author), Van De Lagemaat, W. (author)
conference paper 2007
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