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    • Research on Self Calibration Without Minimization 

      Manning, Russell; Dyer, Charles (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 2003)
      In this paper we present a new metric camera self-calibration algorithm that does not require the global minimization of an error function and can produce all legal solutions to the three-camera self-calibration problem ...
    • Research review on AI and Machine learning related works 

      Zhao, Wei (2021-03)
      In this review, several innovative methods and the associated system were created for agriculture navigation, mapping, object detection, and related vehicles technologies. Based on the experiences with these applications, ...
    • Resource Allocation and Scheduling for Mixed Database Workloads 

      Brown, Kurt P; Carey, Michael J; DeWitt, David J; Mehta, Manish; Naughton, Jeffrey F (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1992)
    • Response Time Bounds for Parallel Processor Allocation Policies 

      Agrawal, Rajeev; Mansharamani, Rajesh K; Vernon, Mary K (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1993)
    • Restricted Fetch and \(*F Operations for Parallel Processing 

      Sohi, Gurindar S; Smith, James E; Goodman, James R (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1990)
    • Retargetable Code Generation and Optimization Using Attribute Grammars 

      Ganapathi, Mahadevan (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1980)
    • Retrofitting Legacy Code for Authorization Policy Enforcement 

      Ganapathy, Vinod; Jaeger, Trent; Jha, Somesh (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 2005)
      Researchers have long argued that the best way to construct a secure system is to proactively integrate security into the design of the system. However, this tenet is rarely followed because of economic and practical ...
    • A Retrospective and Prospective Survey of the Monte Carlo Method 

      Halton, John H. (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1968)
    • Reuse-based Analytical Models for Caches 

      Wood, David A.; Sen, Rathijit (2011-11-18)
      We develop a reuse distance/stack distance based analytical modeling framework for efficient, online prediction of cache performance for a range of cache configurations and replacement policies LRU, PLRU, RANDOM, NMRU. ...
    • A Review of Automatic Code Generation Techniques 

      Ganapathi, Mahadevan; Fischer, Charles N (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1981)
    • Revisiting Database Storage Optimizations on Flash 

      Saxena, Mohit; Swift, Michael M. (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 2010)
      The database storage hierarchy has been heavily optimized for the performance characteristics of disks. Storage managers typically employ row- or column-oriented storage layouts, or a combination, to improve the I/O ...
    • Revisiting Stack Caches for Energy Efficiency 

      Olson, Lena; Eckert, Yasuko; Manne, Srilatha; Hill, Mark D. (2014-12-15)
      With the growing focus on energy efficiency, it is important to find ways to reduce energy without sacrificing performance. The L1 data cache is a significant contributor to processor energy consumption. We advocate treating ...
    • Revisiting Virtual L1 Caches: A Practical Design Using Dynamic Synonym Remapping 

      Yoon, Hongil; Sohi, Gurindar (2015-10-27)
      Virtual caches have potentially lower access latency and energy consumption than physical caches due not to consulting the TLB prior to every cache access. However, they have not been popular in commercial designs. The ...
    • Rewriting Executable Files to Measure Program Behavior 

      Larus, James R; Ball, Thomas J (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1992)
    • Robust Linear Programming Discrimination of Two Linearly Inseparable Sets 

      Bennett, Kristin P; Mangasarian, Olvi L (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1991)
    • Robust, Portable I/O Scheduling with the Disk Mimic 

      Popovici, Florentina I.; Arpaci-Dusseau, Andrea; Arpaci-Dusseau, Remzi (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 2002)
    • The Roscoe Kernel 

      Finkel, Raphael; Solmon, Marvin (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1978)
      Roscoe is a multi-computer operating system running on a network of LSI-11 computers at the University of Wisconsin. This document describes the implementation of the Roscoe kernel at the level of detail necessary for a ...
    • Roscoe User Guide - Version 1.0 

      Tischler, Ron; Solomon, Marvin; Finkel, Raphael (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1978)
      Roscoe is a multi-computer operating system running on a network of LSI-11 computers at the University of Wisconsin. This document describes Roscoe from the viewpoint of a user or a writer of user-level programs. All ...
    • Roscoe Utility Processes 

      Tischler, Ron; Finkel, Raphael; Solomon, Marvin (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1978)
      Roscoe is a multi-computer operating system running on a network of LSI-11 computers at the University of Wisconsin. Roscoe consists of a kernel program resident on each computer and several utility processes. This ...
    • Roscoe: A Multi-Microcomputer Operating System 

      Solomon, Marvin; Finkel, Raphael (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 1978)
      The Roscoe project at the University of Wisconsin is an experimental network of microcomputers running a common operating system. The purpose of the project is to develop techniques and software needed to create a distributed ...