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26 Balasubramonian, RajeevMemZip: exploring unconventional benefits from memory compressionMemory compression has been proposed and deployed in the past to grow the capacity of a memory system and reduce page fault rates. Compression also has secondary benefits: it can reduce energy and bandwidth demands. However, most prior mechanisms have been designed to focus on the capacity metric an...2014-01-01
27 Gopalakrishnan, GaneshOvis: A framework for visual analysis of ocean forecast ensemblesWe present a novel integrated visualization system that enables interactive visual analysis of ensemble simulations of the sea surface height that is used in ocean forecasting. The position of eddies can be derived directly from the sea surface height and our visualization approach enables their int...2014-01-01
28 Berzins, MartinSystematic debugging methods for large-scale HPC computational frameworksParallel computational frameworks for high-performance computing are central to the advancement of simulation-based studies in science and engineering. Finding and fixing bugs in these frameworks can be time consuming. If left unchecked, these bugs diminish the amount of new science performed. A sys...2014-01-01
29 Regehr, JohnCause reduction for quick testingAbstract-In random testing, it is often desirable to produce a "quick test" - an extremely inexpensive test suite that can serve as a frequently applied regression and allow the benefits of random testing to be obtained even in very slow or oversubscribed test environments. Delta debugging is an alg...2014-01-01
30 Kirby, Robert MichaelA scalable, efficient scheme for evaluation of stencil computations over unstructured meshesStencil computations are a common class of operations that appear in many computational scientific and engineering applications. Stencil computations often benefit from compile-time analysis, exploiting data-locality, and parallelism. Post-processing of discontinuous Galerkin (dG) simulation solutio...2013-01-01
31 Pascucci, ValerioCharacterization and modeling of PIDX parallel I/O for performance optimizationParallel I/O library performance can vary greatly in re- sponse to user-tunable parameter values such as aggregator count, file count, and aggregation strategy. Unfortunately, manual selection of these values is time consuming and dependent on characteristics of the target machine, the underlying fi...2013-01-01
32 Berzins, MartinInvestigating applications portability with the Uintah DAG-based runtime system on PetaScale supercomputersPresent trends in high performance computing present formidable challenges for applications code using multicore nodes possibly with accelerators and/or co-processors and reduced memory while still attaining scalability. Software frameworks that execute machine-independent applications code using a ...2013-01-01
33 Pascucci, ValerioExploring power behaviors and trade-offs of in-situ data analyticsAs scientific applications target exascale, challenges related to data and energy are becoming dominating concerns. For example, coupled simulation workflows are increasingly adopting in-situ data processing and analysis techniques to address costs and overheads due to data movement and I/O. However...2013-01-01
34 Hansen, Charles D.Interactive rendering and efficient querying for large multivariate seismic volumes on consumer level PCsWe present a volume visualization method that allows interactive rendering and efficient querying of large multivariate seismic volume data on consumer level PCs. The volume rendering pipeline utilizes a virtual memory structure that supports out-of-core mul- tivariate multi-resolution data and a GP...2013-01-01
35 Gopalakrishnan, GaneshEfficient search for inputs causing high floating-point errorsTools for floating-point error estimation are fundamental to program understanding and optimization. In this paper, we focus on tools for determining the input settings to a floating point routine that maximizes its result error. Such tools can help support activities such as precision allocation, p...2014-01-01
36 Henderson, Thomas C.Target localization and autonomous navigation using wireless sensor networks -a pseudogradient algorithm approachAutonomous mobile robots (AMRs) operating in unknown environments face twin challenges: 1) localization and 2) efficient directed navigation. This paper describes a two-tiered approach to solving these challenges: 1) by developing novel wireless-sensor-network (WSN)-based localization methods and 2)...2014-01-01
37 Venkatasubramanian, SureshTrack estimation using link line crossing information in wireless networksDevice-free or non-cooperative localization uses the changes in signal strength measured on links in a wireless network to estimate a person's position in the network area. Existing methods provide an instantaneous coordinate estimate via radio tomographic imaging or location fingerprinting. In this...2013-01-01
38 Potter, Kristin CarrieUncertainty visualization in forward and inverse cardiac modelsQuantification and visualization of uncertainty in cardiac forward and inverse problems with complex geometries is subject to various challenges. Specific to visualization is the observation that occlusion and clutter obscure important regions of interest, making visual assessment difficult. In orde...2013-01-01
39 Venkatasubramanian, SureshPower to the points: validating data memberships in clusteringsIn this paper, we present a method to attach affinity scores to the implicit labels of individual points in a clustering. The affinity scores capture the confidence level of the cluster that claims to "own" the point. We demonstrate that these scores accurately capture the quality of the label assig...2013-01-01
40 Regehr, JohnHelp, help, Im being suppressed the significance of suppressors in software testingAbstract-Test features are basic compositional units used to describe what a test does (and does not) involve. For example, in API-based testing, the most obvious features are function calls; in grammar-based testing, the obvious features are the elements of the grammar. The relationship between fea...2013-01-01
41 Hibler, Michael J.Isolation of malicious external inputs in a security focused adaptive execution environmentReliable isolation of malicious application inputs is necessary for preventing the future success of an observed novel attack after the initial incident. In this paper we describe, measure and analyze, Input-Reduction, a technique that can quickly isolate malicious external inputs that embody unfore...2013-01-01
42 Gopalakrishnan, GaneshOvercoming extreme-scale reproducibility challenges through a unified, targeted, and multilevel toolsetReproducibility, the ability to repeat program executions with the same numerical result or code behavior, is crucial for computational science and engineering applications. However, non-determinism in concurrency scheduling often hampers achieving this ability on high performance computing (HPC) sy...2013-01-01
43 Balasubramonian, RajeevQuantifying the relationship between the power delivery network and architectural policies in a 3D-stacked memory deviceMany of the pins on a modern chip are used for power delivery. If fewer pins were used to supply the same current, the wires and pins used for power delivery would have to carry larger currents over longer distances. This results in an "IR-drop" problem, where some of the voltage is dropped across t...2013-01-01
44 Bargteil, Adam WadeMultiphase flow of immiscible fluids on unstructured moving meshesIn this paper, we present a method for animating multiphase flow of immiscible fluids using unstructured moving meshes. Our underlying discretization is an unstructured tetrahedral mesh, the deformable simplicial complex (DSC), that moves with the flow in a Lagrangian manner. Mesh optimization opera...2014-01-01
45 Kirby, Robert MichaelGPU-based volume visualization from high-order finite element fieldsThis paper describes a new volume rendering system for spectral/hp finite-element methods that has as its goal to be both accurate and interactive. Even though high-order finite element methods are commonly used by scientists and engineers, there are few visualization methods designed to display thi...2014-01-01
46 Bronson, Jonathan RichardLattice cleaving: a multimaterial tetrahedral meshing algorithm with guaranteesWe introduce a new algorithm for generating tetrahedral meshes that conform to physical boundaries in volumetric domains consisting of multiple materials. The proposed method allows for an arbitrary number of materials, produces high-quality tetrahedral meshes with upper and lower bounds on dihedral...2014-01-01
47 Kirby, Robert MichaelVerifying volume rendering using discretization error analysisWe propose an approach for verification of volume rendering correctness based on an analysis of the volume rendering integral, the basis of most DVR algorithms. With respect to the most common discretization of this continuous model (Riemann summation), we make assumptions about the impact of parame...2014-01-01
48 Hansen, Charles D.Transfer function design based on user selected samples for intuitive multivariate volume explorationMultivariate volumetric datasets are important to both science and medicine. We propose a transfer function (TF) design approach based on user selected samples in the spatial domain to make multivariate volumetric data visualization more accessible for domain users. Specifically, the user starts the...2013-01-01
49 Henderson, Thomas C.Analysis of topographic maps for recreational purposes using decision treesIn this paper we describe a method for predicting the subjective quality of a new mountain bike route for a particular subject based on routes previously ridden and ranked by the subject. GPS tracks of the previously ridden routes are over laid on rasterized topographic maps and topographic features...2013-01-01
50 Bargteil, Adam WadeDynamic spritesTraditional methods for creating dynamic objects and characters from static drawings involve careful tweaking of animation curves and/or simulation parameters. Sprite sheets offer a more drawing-centric solution, but they do not encode timing information or the logic that determines how objects shou...2013-01-01
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