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2006-05-24: Symposium on Advanced Computing Systems and Infrastructures (SACSIS 2006)
Poster OtakeM  Registed 2006-06-04 10:46 (1300 hits)

Date: 2006.5.24 (Wed)
Time: 15:45-16:15
Place: Osaka International Convention Center (Grand Cube Osaka), Osaka-shi, Osaka, Japan
Society: Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers(IEICE), IEEE

Description: HG_ Realtime Team members of Taura Laboratory present their research results at Symposium on Advanced Computing Systems and Infrastructures (SACSIS 2006). SACSIS, the Annual Symposium on Advanced Computing Systems and Infrastructures, is a symposium for discussing advanced computing systems, infrastructures, and technologies for enabling them from wide and various viewpoints. It covers both technologies on "systems" and technologies on "infrastructures." Yoshikazu Kamoshida presented the advanced realtime recognition system of HG_Realtime Team.

Period: 2006.5.22 (Mon) - 5.24 (Wed)
Conference Code: SACSIS 2006

Time: 15:45-16:15
Speaker: Yoshikazu Kamoshida
Title: A low-latency parallel real-time motion recognition system utilizing redundant processors
Bibliography: Yoshikazu Kamoshida, Kenjiro Taura, Tatsuya Shirai, Hideo Saito, Takayoshi Shiraki, Katsuhiko Ishiguro, Ryo Fukano, Mihoko Otake, Tomomasa Sato and Nobuyuki Otsu. "A low-latency parallel real-time motion recognition system utilizing redundant processors", SACSIS 2006, 2006. (In Japanese)

Abstract:
We developed a latency tolerant message passing programming library utilizing idle, redundant processor resources. The library has similar API to MPI, so MPI programmers can easily add the functions such as duplication of computations and dynamic process migration easily to their program. We applied our library to a parallel real-time motion recognition system and succeeded to achieve low-latency real-time motion recognition under unsettled shared cluster environment.
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