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MM
2005
ACM
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12 years 1 months ago
OpenVIDIA: parallel GPU computer vision
Graphics and vision are approximate inverses of each other: ordinarily Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) are used to convert “numbers into pictures” (i.e. computer graphics). I...
James Fung, Steve Mann
AIPR
2008
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
Low-cost, high-speed computer vision using NVIDIA's CUDA architecture
In this paper, we introduce real time image processing techniques using modern programmable Graphic Processing Units (GPU). GPUs are SIMD (Single Instruction, Multiple Data) device...
Seung In Park, Sean P. Ponce, Jing Huang, Yong Cao...
TCSV
2010
11 years 2 months ago
High Performance Stereo Vision Designed for Massively Data Parallel Platforms
Abstract--Real-time stereo vision is attractive in many applications like robot navigation and 3D scene reconstruction. Data parallel platforms, e.g. GPU, is often used for real-ti...
Wei Yu, Tsuhan Chen, Franz Franchetti, James C. Ho...
ICANN
2010
Springer
11 years 9 months ago
Accelerating Large-Scale Convolutional Neural Networks with Parallel Graphics Multiprocessors
Training convolutional neural networks (CNNs) on large sets of high-resolution images is too computationally intense to be performed on commodity CPUs. Such architectures however ...
Dominik Scherer, Hannes Schulz, Sven Behnke
ICMCS
2008
IEEE
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12 years 2 months ago
Using graphics devices in reverse: GPU-based Image Processing and Computer Vision
Graphics and vision are approximate inverses of each other: ordinarily Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) are used to convert “numbers into pictures” (i.e. computer graphics). I...
James Fung, Steve Mann
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