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Travelled to:
1 × France
2 × Germany
6 × USA
Collaborated with:
S.P.Levitan J.A.Martinez T.P.Kurzweg A.R.Martello P.J.Marchand D.K.Reed J.Boles M.Kahrs M.F.Sakr B.G.Horne C.L.Giles V.Narayanan S.Datta G.Cauwenberghs P.Wong K.R.Prough M.A.Rempel C.Fan F.B.McCormick
Talks about:
system (3) optic (3) model (3) use (3) parallel (2) simul (2) multiprocessor (1) nonlinear (1) algorithm (1) techniqu (1)

Person: Donald M. Chiarulli

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Contributed to:

DATE 20142014
DAC 20092009
DATE 20062006
DATE v2 20042004
DAC 20022002
DAC 19991999
DAC 19971997
ICML 19971997
DAC 19901990

Wrote 9 papers:

DATE-2014-NarayananDCCLW #using #video
Video analytics using beyond CMOS devices (VN, SD, GC, DMC, SPL, PW), pp. 1–5.
DAC-2009-LevitanC #parallel
Massively parallel processing: it’s déjà vu all over again (SPL, DMC), pp. 534–538.
DATE-2006-MartinezLC #order #reduction #using
Nonlinear model order reduction using remainder functions (JAM, SPL, DMC), pp. 281–282.
DATE-v2-2004-ReedLBMC #algorithm #parallel #simulation
An Application of Parallel Discrete Event Simulation Algorithms to Mixed Domain System Simulation (DKR, SPL, JB, JAM, DMC), pp. 1356–1357.
DAC-2002-KurzwegLMKC #modelling #performance
A fast optical propagation technique for modeling micro-optical systems (TPK, SPL, JAM, MK, DMC), pp. 236–241.
A CAD Tool for Optical MEMS (TPK, SPL, PJM, JAM, KRP, DMC), pp. 879–884.
DAC-1997-LevitanMKRCFM #design
Computer-Aided Design of Free-Space Opto-Electronic Systems (SPL, PJM, TPK, MAR, DMC, CF, FBM), pp. 768–773.
ICML-1997-SakrLCHG #data access #learning #memory management #modelling #multi #predict
Predicting Multiprocessor Memory Access Patterns with Learning Models (MFS, SPL, DMC, BGH, CLG), pp. 305–312.
DAC-1990-MartelloLC #using #verification
Timing Verification Using HDTV (ARM, SPL, DMC), pp. 118–123.

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