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SIGOPS
2010
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10 years 12 months ago
Visual and algorithmic tooling for system trace analysis: a case study
Despite advances in the application of automated statistical and machine learning techniques to system log and trace data there will always be a need for human analysis of machine...
Wim De Pauw, Steve Heisig
MOBICOM
2005
ACM
11 years 7 months ago
GrooveSim: a topography-accurate simulator for geographic routing in vehicular networks
Vehicles equipped with wireless communication devices are poised to deliver vital services in the form of safety alerts, traffic congestion probing and on-road commercial applicat...
Rahul Mangharam, Daniel S. Weller, Daniel D. Stanc...
SCA
2007
11 years 3 months ago
Legendre fluids: a unified framework for analytic reduced space modeling and rendering of participating media
In this paper, we present a unified framework for reduced space modeling and rendering of dynamic and nonhomogenous participating media, like snow, smoke, dust and fog. The key id...
Mohit Gupta, Srinivasa G. Narasimhan
NIPS
2004
11 years 2 months ago
Maximising Sensitivity in a Spiking Network
We use unsupervised probabilistic machine learning ideas to try to explain the kinds of learning observed in real neurons, the goal being to connect abstract principles of self-or...
Anthony J. Bell, Lucas C. Parra
VIS
2008
IEEE
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12 years 2 months ago
Smooth Surface Extraction from Unstructured Point-based Volume Data Using PDEs
Abstract--Smooth surface extraction using partial differential equations (PDEs) is a well-known and widely used technique for visualizing volume data. Existing approaches operate o...
Paul Rosenthal, Lars Linsen
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