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Technical Perspective: The Strength of SuRF

The authors of "Succinct Range Filters" make a critical and insightful observation: For a given set of queries, the upper levels of the trie incur many more accesses...

Succinct Range Filters
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Succinct Range Filters

We present the Succinct Range Filter (SuRF), a fast and compact data structure for approximate membership tests.

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Technical Perspective: Solving the Signal Reconstruction Problem at Scale

"Scalable Signal Reconstruction for a Broad Range of Applications," by Abolfazl Asudeh, et al. shows that algorithmic insights about SRP, combined with database...

Scalable Signal Reconstruction for a Broad Range of Applications
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Scalable Signal Reconstruction for a Broad Range of Applications

Most of the common approaches for solving signal reconstruction problem do not scale to large problem sizes. We propose a novel and scalable algorithm for solving...

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Technical Perspective: SkyCore's Architecture Takes It to the 'Edge'

"SkyCore," by Mehrdad Moradi, et al., addresses an exciting use case for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in which UAVs can act as mobile base stations for the cellular...

SkyCore
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SkyCore: Moving Core to the Edge for Untethered and Reliable UAV-Based LTE Networks

We argue for and propose an alternate, radical edge evolved packet core design, called SkyCore, that pushes the EPC functionality to the extreme edge of the core...

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Technical Perspective: The Future of Large-Scale Embedded Sensing

The system described in "SATURN: An Introduction to the Internet of Materials" works passively, energized essentially by static electricity generated as layers...

SATURN
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SATURN: An Introduction to the Internet of Materials

We propose an Internet of Materials, where the very materials of objects and surfaces are augmented or manufactured to have computational capabilities.

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Technical Perspective: XNOR-Networks – Powerful but Tricky

How to produce a convolutional neural net that is small enough to run on a mobile device, and accurate enough to be worth using? The strategies in "Enabling AI...

Enabling AI at the Edge with XNOR-Networks
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Enabling AI at the Edge with XNOR-Networks

We present a novel approach to running state-of-the-art AI algorithms in edge devices, and propose two efficient approximations to standard convolutional neural...

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Technical Perspective: Progress in Spatial Computing for Flood Prediction

There are few algorithms for multi-flow graphs beyond flow accumulation. The authors of "Flood-Risk Analysis on Terrains" take a big step to fill this knowledge...

Flood-Risk Analysis on Terrains
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Flood-Risk Analysis on Terrains

In this paper, we study a number of flood-risk related problems, give an overview of efficient algorithms for them, as well as explore the efficacy and efficiency...

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Technical Perspective: Computing the Value of Location Data

"Computing Value of Spatiotemporal Information," by Heba Aly et al., describes a technique for computing the monetary value of a person's location data for a potential...

Computing Value of Spatiotemporal Information
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Computing Value of Spatiotemporal Information

We investigate the intrinsic value of location data in the context of strong privacy, where location information is only available from end users via purchase. ...

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Technical Perspective: From Virtual Worlds to Digital Fabrication

The authors of "OpenFab" propose to revisit the processing pipeline that turns a 3D model into machine instructions in light of the solutions developed in computer...

OpenFab
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OpenFab: A Programmable Pipeline for Multimaterial Fabrication

We present OpenFab, a programmable pipeline for synthesis of multimaterial 3D printed objects that is inspired by RenderMan and modern GPU pipelines.

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Technical Perspective: Back to the Edge

"Heterogeneous Von Neumann/Dataflow Microprocessors" describes an innovative approach to exploit both CDFG and EDGE computation models.

Heterogeneous Von Neumann/Dataflow Microprocessors
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Heterogeneous Von Neumann/Dataflow Microprocessors

This work studies the potential of a paradigm of heterogeneous execution models by developing a specialization engine for explicit-dataflow (SEED) and integrating...

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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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