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  • Towards closing the energy gap between HOG and CNN features for embedded vision 

    Suleiman, Amr AbdulZahir; Chen, Yu-Hsin; Emer, Joel S; Sze, Vivienne (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017-09)
    Computer vision enables a wide range of applications in robotics/drones, self-driving cars, smart Internet of Things, and portable/wearable electronics. For many of these applications, local embedded processing is preferred ...
  • Regenesis and quantum traversable wormholes 

    Gao, Ping; Liu, Hong (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-10)
    Recent gravity discussions of a traversable wormhole indicate that in holographic systems signals generated by a source could reappear long after they have dissipated, with the need of only performing some simple operations. ...
  • Dynamic Pricing Under Debt: Spiraling Distortions and Efficiency Losses 

    Besbes, Omar; Iancu, Dan A.; Trichakis, Nikolaos (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), 2018-10)
    Firms often finance their inventory through debt and subsequently sell it to generate profits and service the debt. Pricing of products is consequently driven by inventory and debt servicing considerations. We show that ...

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