Posts Tagged ‘paper’

GPGPU Paper Wins Best Paper Award at HPCS’09

by Randall Handon June 23, 2009
At the recent High Performance Computing and Simulation 2009 conference held in Leipzig, Germany from June 21-24, a paper on GPU Acceleration took home the Best Paper Award.  The paper, “Fast Seismic Modeling and Reverse Time Migration on a GPU Cluster” from Rached Abdelkhalek, Henri Calandra, Olivier Coulad, Jean Roman, and Guillaume Latu was presented […]

Google’s new landmark in computer vision

by Randall Handon June 22, 2009
A new conference paper from Google talks about a new system to identify landmarks from images by comparing them against the massive Google Images database.

Force-Directed Edge Bundling for Graph Visualization

by Randall Handon June 16, 2009
At Eurovis, Danny Holten and Prof. van Wijk presented an algorithm merging the concept of edge bundling with force-directed network graphs.

Augmented Reality for Sports Enhancement

by Randall Handon June 9, 2009
A paper from Yuko Uematsu and Hideo Saito demonstrates a way to integrated augmented reality systems into sports entertainment.

What does plagiarism look like?

by Randall Handon June 2, 2009
Visualizing the amount of overlap between two similar papers that the universities involved claim is not plagiarism.

Seminal Information Visualization Papers

by Alark Joshion June 2, 2009
A compiled list of 20 papers that form the seminal knowledge base of Information Visualization, a must-read for all infoviz researchers.

SIGGRAPH 2009 Technical Papers Announced

by Randall Handon May 27, 2009
SIGGRAPH2009 has announced some of the papers that will appear in the 2009 Technical Papers Program.