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SURVEY ON POWER OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR LOW POWER VLSI CIRCUIT IN DEEP SUBMICRON TECHNOLOGY

T. Suguna
CMOS technology is the key element in the development of VLSI systems since it consumes less power. Power optimization has become an overridden concern in deep submicron CMOS technologies. Due to shrink in the size of device, reduction in power consumption and over all power management on the chip are the key challenges. For many designs power optimization is important in order to reduce package cost and to extend battery life. In power optimization leakage...

SURVEY ON POWER OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR LOW POWER VLSI CIRCUIT IN DEEP SUBMICRON TECHNOLOGY

T. Suguna
CMOS technology is the key element in the development of VLSI systems since it consumes less power. Power optimization has become an overridden concern in deep submicron CMOS technologies. Due to shrink in the size of device, reduction in power consumption and over all power management on the chip are the key challenges. For many designs power optimization is important in order to reduce package cost and to extend battery life. In power optimization leakage...

D3.2 First validation of the METRO-HAUL node architecture and optical solutions

Anna Chiadò Piat, Alessandro Percelsi, Morro Roberto, Emilio Riccardi, Laia Nadal, Michela Svaluto Moreolo, Josep Mª Fàbrega, Teresa Yu Bi, Arash Beldachi, Luis Velasco, Marc Ruiz, Jaume Comellas, Gabriel Junyent, Filippo Cugini, Francesco Fresi,, Alessio Giorgetti, Andrea Sgambelluri, Jorge E. López De Vergara, Guillermo Julián-Moreno, Tobías Alonso, José F. Zazo, Sergio López-Buedo, Gustavo Sutter, Evangelos Kosmatos, Chris Matrakidis, Alexandros Stavdas … & Almonacil Sylvain
D3.2 reports the first validation of the METRO-HAUL node architecture and the interconnection, transmission and switching optical solutions developed in T3.1-T3.3 in different disaggregated scenarios. The deliverable also includes an early description of the METRO-HAUL node control and management environment and the developed software for controlling all the OIE developed in T3.4.

D3.2 First validation of the METRO-HAUL node architecture and optical solutions

Anna Chiadò Piat, Alessandro Percelsi, Morro Roberto, Emilio Riccardi, Laia Nadal, Michela Svaluto Moreolo, Josep Mª Fàbrega, Teresa Yu Bi, Arash Beldachi, Luis Velasco, Marc Ruiz, Jaume Comellas, Gabriel Junyent, Filippo Cugini, Francesco Fresi,, Alessio Giorgetti, Andrea Sgambelluri, Jorge E. López De Vergara, Guillermo Julián-Moreno, Tobías Alonso, José F. Zazo, Sergio López-Buedo, Gustavo Sutter, Evangelos Kosmatos, Chris Matrakidis, Alexandros Stavdas … & Almonacil Sylvain
D3.2 reports the first validation of the METRO-HAUL node architecture and the interconnection, transmission and switching optical solutions developed in T3.1-T3.3 in different disaggregated scenarios. The deliverable also includes an early description of the METRO-HAUL node control and management environment and the developed software for controlling all the OIE developed in T3.4.

D4.2 Report on Implementations for METRO HAUL Control for Resource and Service Management

Luis Velasco, Gabriel Junyent, Jaume Comellas, Marc Ruiz, Lluis Gifre, Ramon Casellas, Ricardo Martínez, Ricard Vilalta, Raül Muñoz, Michela Svaluto, Francisco Javier Moreno, Miquel Garrich, Pablo Pavón, Jorge E. López De Vergara, Mario Ruiz, Luis Vaquero, José F. Zazo, Sergio López-Buedo, Alessio Giorgetti, Filippo Cugini, Annalisa Morea, Danish Rafique, Antonio D'Errico, Abubakar Siddique Muqaddas, Oscar Gonzalez De Dios … & Adrian Farrel
This document (D4.2) reports the final architecture of the METRO-HAUL control, orchestration, and management (COM) system from its initial design in D4.1, after successive refinements driven by feedback gathered after implementation and integration activities, and reflecting additional choices and newly added components.
In addition, the document reports the status and assessment of the final implementation of METRO-HAUL functional components, including control plane validation of relevant performance indicators and tests. The description of each functional component...

D4.2 Report on Implementations for METRO HAUL Control for Resource and Service Management

Luis Velasco, Gabriel Junyent, Jaume Comellas, Marc Ruiz, Lluis Gifre, Ramon Casellas, Ricardo Martínez, Ricard Vilalta, Raül Muñoz, Michela Svaluto, Francisco Javier Moreno, Miquel Garrich, Pablo Pavón, Jorge E. López De Vergara, Mario Ruiz, Luis Vaquero, José F. Zazo, Sergio López-Buedo, Alessio Giorgetti, Filippo Cugini, Annalisa Morea, Danish Rafique, Antonio D'Errico, Abubakar Siddique Muqaddas, Oscar Gonzalez De Dios … & Adrian Farrel
This document (D4.2) reports the final architecture of the METRO-HAUL control, orchestration, and management (COM) system from its initial design in D4.1, after successive refinements driven by feedback gathered after implementation and integration activities, and reflecting additional choices and newly added components.
In addition, the document reports the status and assessment of the final implementation of METRO-HAUL functional components, including control plane validation of relevant performance indicators and tests. The description of each functional component...

D5.3 METRO-HAUL Control Plande Demo

Oscar Gonzales Dios
METRO-HAUL: Control Plan at the EUCNC 2019 Leveraging multilayer network slicing for improving public safety. MOTIVATION
Time critical high bandwidth 5 G services as demanded by the demonstrated public safety use case require a flexible allocation of storage and computing resources in different network locations, interconnected by a programmable multi layer optical network Service orchestration and resource control is necessary across multiple technology domains Building on and extending open source orchestrators and controllers (such as...

D5.3 METRO-HAUL Control Plande Demo

Oscar Gonzales Dios
METRO-HAUL: Control Plan at the EUCNC 2019 Leveraging multilayer network slicing for improving public safety. MOTIVATION
Time critical high bandwidth 5 G services as demanded by the demonstrated public safety use case require a flexible allocation of storage and computing resources in different network locations, interconnected by a programmable multi layer optical network Service orchestration and resource control is necessary across multiple technology domains Building on and extending open source orchestrators and controllers (such as...

Depth-integrated model for temperate ice stream margins

Marianne Haseloff
Matlab and Elmer/Ice source code files for a cross-sectional ice stream model. To reproduce figures, unzip ODE_DATA.zip and ELMER_DATA.zip and run files figure3.m, figure4.m, figure5.m, figure6.m, and figure7.m. Data can be reproduced by running
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2.m (full geometry)
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_flat_bed.m (geometry with flat bed)
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_no_ridge.m (geometry without ice ridge)
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_full_kappa_d_deps_1e_4.m (finite bed permeability), permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_flat_bed_poro_coupling.m (with thermoviscous coupling). Run stream_z.sif and stream_z_advection.sif for Elmer/Ice calculations.

Depth-integrated model for temperate ice stream margins

Marianne Haseloff
Matlab and Elmer/Ice source code files for a cross-sectional ice stream model. To reproduce figures, unzip ODE_DATA.zip and ELMER_DATA.zip and run files figure3.m, figure4.m, figure5.m, figure6.m, and figure7.m. Data can be reproduced by running
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2.m (full geometry)
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_flat_bed.m (geometry with flat bed)
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_no_ridge.m (geometry without ice ridge)
permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_full_kappa_d_deps_1e_4.m (finite bed permeability), permeability_vs_W_v50_B2_flat_bed_poro_coupling.m (with thermoviscous coupling). Run stream_z.sif and stream_z_advection.sif for Elmer/Ice calculations.

Bringing Open Scholarship and Open Education to the Public through an Academic/Public Library Collaboration

Matthew Murray 🦇, Emily Tyschenko & Ryan Regier
The open access movement has become a part of the status quo in academia, but how important is it to the general public? This talk summarises the results of efforts by the University of Guelph, who began by running a successful workshop at the university on how to access scholarly literature after graduation, and who have now established partnerships with the public library and a local community space in order to run sessions on accessing...

Bringing Open Scholarship and Open Education to the Public through an Academic/Public Library Collaboration

Matthew Murray 🦇, Emily Tyschenko & Ryan Regier
The open access movement has become a part of the status quo in academia, but how important is it to the general public? This talk summarises the results of efforts by the University of Guelph, who began by running a successful workshop at the university on how to access scholarly literature after graduation, and who have now established partnerships with the public library and a local community space in order to run sessions on accessing...

Data usage, citation, sharing, and metrics

Rachael Lammey & Helena Cousijn
The panel for this session consists of: Catriona MacCallum, Hindawi Daniella Lowenberg, California Digital Library Helena Cousijn, DataCite John Chodacki, California Digital Library (moderator) Martin Fenner, DataCite Rachael Lammey, Crossref
The underlying data created (and/or reused and remixed) for research is becoming as crucial as the resulting text-based output - that’s not up for debate. However, what merits discussion is how our various communities can continue to work together to support the sharing, linking...

Data usage, citation, sharing, and metrics

Rachael Lammey & Helena Cousijn
The panel for this session consists of: Catriona MacCallum, Hindawi Daniella Lowenberg, California Digital Library Helena Cousijn, DataCite John Chodacki, California Digital Library (moderator) Martin Fenner, DataCite Rachael Lammey, Crossref
The underlying data created (and/or reused and remixed) for research is becoming as crucial as the resulting text-based output - that’s not up for debate. However, what merits discussion is how our various communities can continue to work together to support the sharing, linking...

Autonomous swarm of heterogeneous robots for surveillance operations

Georgios Orfanidis, Savvas Apostolidis, Athanasios Kapoutsis, Konstantinos Ioannidis, Elias Kosmatopoulos, Stefanos Vrochidis & Ioannis Kompatsiaris
Abstract. The introduction of Unmanned vehicles (UxVs) in the recent years has created a new security field that can use them as both a potential threat as well as new technological weapons against those threats. Dealing with these issues from the counter-threat perspective, the proposed architecture project focuses on designing and developing
a complete system which utilizes the capabilities of multiple UxVs for surveillance objectives in different operational environments. Utilizing a combination of diverse UxVs...

Autonomous swarm of heterogeneous robots for surveillance operations

Georgios Orfanidis, Savvas Apostolidis, Athanasios Kapoutsis, Konstantinos Ioannidis, Elias Kosmatopoulos, Stefanos Vrochidis & Ioannis Kompatsiaris
Abstract. The introduction of Unmanned vehicles (UxVs) in the recent years has created a new security field that can use them as both a potential threat as well as new technological weapons against those threats. Dealing with these issues from the counter-threat perspective, the proposed architecture project focuses on designing and developing
a complete system which utilizes the capabilities of multiple UxVs for surveillance objectives in different operational environments. Utilizing a combination of diverse UxVs...

CROSS-VALIDATION OF FUNCTIONAL MRI and PARANOID-DEPRESSIVE SCALE: BRAIN SIGNATURES FROM MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS

Ferath Kherif, Adeliya Latypova, Javier Barranco Garcia, Drozdstoy Stoyanov, Sevdalina Kandilarova & Rositsa Paunova
Brain signatures identified by bottom-up unsupervised machine learning: three principal components based on activations yielded from the three kinds of diagnostically relevant stimuli are used in order to produce cross-validation markers which may effectively predict the variance on the level of clinical populations and eventually delineate diagnostic and classification groups. The stimuli represent items from a paranoid-depressive self-evaluation scale, administered simultaneously with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). We have been able to separate the two...

CROSS-VALIDATION OF FUNCTIONAL MRI and PARANOID-DEPRESSIVE SCALE: BRAIN SIGNATURES FROM MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS

Ferath Kherif, Adeliya Latypova, Javier Barranco Garcia, Drozdstoy Stoyanov, Sevdalina Kandilarova & Rositsa Paunova
Brain signatures identified by bottom-up unsupervised machine learning: three principal components based on activations yielded from the three kinds of diagnostically relevant stimuli are used in order to produce cross-validation markers which may effectively predict the variance on the level of clinical populations and eventually delineate diagnostic and classification groups. The stimuli represent items from a paranoid-depressive self-evaluation scale, administered simultaneously with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). We have been able to separate the two...

Building an Integrated Enhanced Virtual Research Environment Metadata Catalogue

Laurent Remy, Dragan Ivanovic, Maria Theodoridou, Atina Kritsotaki, Paul Martin, Daniele Bailo, Manuela Sbarra, Zhiming Zhao & Keith Jeffery
Purpose – The building of an Integrated Catalogue of Research Assets Metadata should boost multi-disciplinary research. Such an integrated catalogue should enable researchers to solve problems or analyze phenomena that require a view across several scientific domains.
Design/methodology/approach – There are two main approaches for integrating metadata catalogues provided by different e-RIs: centralized and the distributed. We decided to implement a central metadata catalogue that describes, provides access to, and records actions on the assets...

Building an Integrated Enhanced Virtual Research Environment Metadata Catalogue

Laurent Remy, Dragan Ivanovic, Maria Theodoridou, Atina Kritsotaki, Paul Martin, Daniele Bailo, Manuela Sbarra, Zhiming Zhao & Keith Jeffery
Purpose – The building of an Integrated Catalogue of Research Assets Metadata should boost multi-disciplinary research. Such an integrated catalogue should enable researchers to solve problems or analyze phenomena that require a view across several scientific domains.
Design/methodology/approach – There are two main approaches for integrating metadata catalogues provided by different e-RIs: centralized and the distributed. We decided to implement a central metadata catalogue that describes, provides access to, and records actions on the assets...

shore_travelleR: Initial SA release

Christian Sommer
This release contains the basic code with exemplary data from South Africa

shore_travelleR: Initial SA release

Christian Sommer
This release contains the basic code with exemplary data from South Africa

MALICE: Vial Imaging and Label Extraction example image set

Steen Dupont & Benjamin Price
48 images of Collection vials taken using Mirrored Angle Label Image Capture Extraction (MALICE). This data set is intended for development of automated cropping and label extraction solutions

MALICE: Vial Imaging and Label Extraction example image set

Steen Dupont & Benjamin Price
48 images of Collection vials taken using Mirrored Angle Label Image Capture Extraction (MALICE). This data set is intended for development of automated cropping and label extraction solutions

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