Technical Program

LPSSPb.PF: Low-Power Systems and Signal Processing II

Symposium: Low-Power Systems and Signal Processing
Session Type: Poster
Time: Wednesday, December 4, 13:30 - 15:30
Location: Poster Area F
 
LPSSPb.PF.1: A FRAMEWORK TO IMRPOVE PROGRAMMABILITY OF LOW POWER MANY-CORE PROCESSOR FOR SCALABLE DSP APPLICATION
         Lin Tong; Coherent Logix, Inc.
         Martin Hunt; Coherent Logix, Inc.
 
LPSSPb.PF.2: PATH PLANNING USING A NEURON ARRAY INTEGRATED CIRCUIT
         Scott Koziol; Georgia Institute of Technology
         Stephen Brink; Georgia Institute of Technology
         Jennifer Hasler; Georgia Institute of Technology
 
LPSSPb.PF.3: LOW OVERHEAD CORRECTION SCHEME FOR UNRELIABLE LDPC BUFFERING
         Amr Hussien; University of California, Irvine
         Wael Elsharkasy; University of California, Irvine
         Ahmed Eltawil; University of California, Irvine
         Fadi Kurdahi; University of California, Irvine
         Amin Khajeh; Intel Labs
 
LPSSPb.PF.4: DESIGNING A CLOCK CLEANER WITH AN ON-DEMAND DIGITAL SIGMA-DELTA MODULATOR
         Leung Kin Chiu; Texas Instruments Incorporated
         Peter Kavanagh; Texas Instruments Incorporated
 
LPSSPb.PF.5: OPTIMAL QUANTIZATION OF LIKELIHOOD FOR LOW COMPLEXITY SEQUENTIAL TESTING
         Diyan Teng; The Ohio State University
         Emre Ertin; The Ohio State University
 
LPSSPb.PF.6: PHYSICS BASED COMPUTING ENABLING ENERGY EFFICIENCY PAST MOORE┬╣S LAW
         Jennifer Hasler; Georgia Institute of Technology
 
LPSSPb.PF.7: CHEAP NOISY SENSORS CAN IMPROVE ACTIVITY MONITORING UNDER STRINGENT ENERGY CONSTRAINTS
         David Jun; University of Illinois
         Long Le; University of Illinois
         Douglas Jones; University of Illinois