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Low-Power Image Recognition Competition (LPIRC)
Low-Power Image Recognition Competition (LPIRC)
A Time of Change: CS President Tom Conte on the Future of Computing
A Time of Change: CS President Tom Conte on the Future of Computing
New in 2015: IEEE Nanotechnology Express (ENANO)
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Feature Article

Feature Article

High-Rise Chip from Stanford

Stanford Professors Subhasish Mitra and Philip Wong and colleagues have developed a four-layer "High-Rise" 3D chip architecture, including the use of carbon nanotubes as electronic interconnects. This work was presented at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) in San Francisco in December.

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For a recent conference paper on this technology, read more here.

Technology Spotlight

Technology Spotlight

Automata Processing: A Novel Hardware/Software Approach for Massively Parallel Computing

Automata processing is a novel approach to parallel distributed memory and processing that can be much faster than conventional computing for certain problems, such as those involving searching and pattern matching of massive data sets. A technology of programmable silicon chips that can implement automata processing efficiently has recently been developed by Micron Technology.

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For further information on Micron Automata Processor technology, read more here.

For a published paper that describes the technology in detail, see Paul Dlugosch et al., "An Efficient and Scalable Semiconductor Architecture for Parallel Automata Processing", IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, available here.