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Technical Perspective: How Economic Theories Can Help Computers Beat the Heat

The authors of "Distributed Strategies for Computational Sprints" bring the rich theory of allocating scarce resources to the challenge of managing computational...

Distributed Strategies for Computational Sprints
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Distributed Strategies for Computational Sprints

We describe a computational sprinting architecture in which many, independent chip multiprocessors share a power supply and sprints are constrained by the chips'...

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Technical Perspective: To Do or Not To Do: Extending SQL with Integer Linear Programming?

"Scalable Computation of High-Order Optimization Queries," by Brucato et al., makes a case for marrying the well-established paradigms of constrained optimization...

Scalable Computation of High-Order Optimization Queries
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Scalable Computation of High-Order Optimization Queries

We present a complete system that supports package queries, a new query model that extends traditional database queries to handle complex constraints and preferences...

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Technical Perspective: Photorealistic Facial Digitization and Manipulation

If facial performance capture is possible for conventional RGB videos in real time, then believable facial expressions can be transferred effortlessly from one...

Face2Face
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Face2Face: Real-Time Face Capture and Reenactment of RGB Videos

Face2Face is an approach for real-time facial reenactment of a monocular target video sequence. Our goal is to animate the facial expressions of the target video...

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Technical Perspective: Attacking Cryptographic Key Exchange with Precomputation

"Imperfect Forward Secrecy: How Diffie-Hellman Fails in Practice," by David Adrian et al., illustrates the importance of taking preprocessing attacks into account...

Imperfect Forward Secrecy
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Imperfect Forward Secrecy: How Diffie-Hellman Fails in Practice

We investigate the security of Diffie-Hellman key exchange as used in popular Internet protocols and find it to be less secure than widely believed.

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Technical Perspective: WebAssembly: A Quiet Revolution of the Web

"Bringing the Web Up to Speed with WebAssembly," by Rossberg et al., gives an overview of the initial design of WebAssembly, a new low-level programming language...

Bringing the Web Up to Speed with WebAssembly
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Bringing the Web Up to Speed with WebAssembly

WebAssembly is the first mainstream language designed from the start with a formal semantics. It not only demonstrates the feasibility of applying formal techniques...

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Technical Perspective: Node Replication Divides to Conquer

In "How to Implement Any Concurrent Data Structure," Calciu et al. show that a concurrent data structure can be built automatically and that its performance is...

How to Implement Any Concurrent Data Structure
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How to Implement Any Concurrent Data Structure

We propose a method called Node Replication (NR) to implement any concurrent data structure.

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Technical Perspective: Making Sleep Tracking More User Friendly

"LIBS: A Bioelectrical Sensing System from Human Ears for Staging Whole-Night Sleep Study" provides a nice balance in terms of minimizing the burden on users and...

LIBS
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LIBS: A Bioelectrical Sensing System from Human Ears for Staging Whole-Night Sleep Study

We explore a new form of wearable systems, called LIBS, that can continuously record biosignals such as brain wave, eye movements, and facial muscle contractions...

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Technical Perspective: Backdoor Engineering

"Where Did I Leave My Keys?" by Checkoway et al. reports on the amazing independent reconstruction of a backdoor, discovered in the firmware of a VPN router commonly...

Where Did I Leave My Keys?
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Where Did I Leave My Keys?: Lessons from the Juniper Dual EC Incident

In this paper, we describe the results of a full independent analysis of the ScreenOS randomness and VPN key establishment protocol subsystems, which we carried...

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Technical Perspective: The Future of MPI

"Enabling Highly Scalable Remote Memory Access Programming with MPI-3 One Sided" convincingly shows that the potential of MPI one-sided communication can be realized...

Enabling Highly Scalable Remote Memory Access Programming with MPI-3 One Sided
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Enabling Highly Scalable Remote Memory Access Programming with MPI-3 One Sided

In this work, we design and develop bufferless protocols that demonstrate how to implement the MPI-3 RMA interface and support scaling to millions of cores.

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Technical Perspective: A Control Theorist's View on Reactive Control for Autonomous Drones

"Fundamental Concepts of Reactive Control for Autonomous Drones" introduces the notion of "reactive control" in which an autopilot's control logic is run only intermittently...

Fundamental Concepts of Reactive Control for Autonomous Drones
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Fundamental Concepts of Reactive Control for Autonomous Drones

We conceive a notion of reactive control that allows drones to execute the low-level control logic only upon recognizing the need to, based on the influence of...
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