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Energy-Efficient Multiplier Circuitry for GPUs

Processing images made up of pixel data is an important task of many modern processors, especially in portable devices like cells phones and tablets. Sophisticated image processing often requires floa...
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Nam Sung Kim, Syed Gilani, Michael Schulte | P140267US01

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Statistical Noise Map for Reducing X-Ray Exposure

Iterative image reconstruction techniques can be used to produce high quality tomographic images from noise-contaminated data. It is known that a statistical weight is critical for great image quality...
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Guang-Hong Chen, Jie Tang | P130056US01

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Improved Method for More Efficient Mapping of Images

Texture mapping is a method used to add detail, texture or color to a computer-generated graphic or 3-D model. This process has been limited thus far to the transfer of a 2-D image onto a 3-D computer...
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Sigurd Angenent, Steven Haker, Allen Tannenbaum, Ronald Kikinis | P99136US

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Robust, Efficient and Streamable Video Stabilization

One of the most obvious differences between professional and amateur level video is the quality of camera motion. Hand-held amateur video typically is shaky and undirected, while professionals use car...
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Michael Gleicher, Feng Liu, Hailin Jin, Jue Wang, Aseem Agarwala | P100230US01

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