- Design Strategies for Real-Time High-Performance Multimedia
Applications on Multiprocessors
- Project no: P3
- Per Stenström, Jan Jonsson and Tomas Akenine-Möller
- Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Computer Engineering
- Application as pdf, ps.
- Support: 2 PhD students for 2 years decided 98-06-03. Industry support from ABB Digital Plant Technologies AB.
- Start 99-01-01 with Björn Andersson and Jonas Lext as PhD students.
- Reports: First year report 00-03-08 as pdf, ps, Björn Andersson Licenciate Thesis 2001-06-08.
- Second-year-report, October 2001
- Ulf Assarsson email@example.com
- ABB Digital Plant Technologies AB
- Project: Design Strategies for Real-Time High-Performance Multimedia Applications on Multiprocessors
Recently, performance of general-purpose multiprocessor platforms has
passed the threshold to make it possible to simulate realistic environments
and let users interact with these virtual environments with (almost) all
senses in real-time. At the same time, multiprocessors have become a
cost-effective technology making design methods
for performance demanding real-time applications targeting multiprocessors
The main goal of this project is to fill important gaps towards a system
architecture that simplify the design of virtual-reality applications
targeted for multiprocessors. We particularly study design principles of
parallel algorithms for real-time computer graphics and of
quality-of-service negotiating real-time scheduling algorithms.
Please see first year report.
Collaboration with industry
- Prof. Carlo Sequin´s group at UC Berkely in the area of computer graphics
- Prof. J.P. Singh at Princeton in the area of shared-memory multiprocessing
- Prof. Kang Shin´s group at Univ. of Michigan in the area of real-time scheduling
- Prof. Michel Dubois Univ. of Southern California in the area of shared-memory multiprocessor architechtures
- Tomas Möller is spending a one-year postdoc in Prof. Carlo Sequin´s group
Collaboration with other SSF programmes
- Jonas Lext will participate in courses provided by the SSF programme NGSSC.
- Tomas Akenine-Möller, Fast 3D Triangle-Box Overlap Testing. Journal of graphics tools, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 29-33, 2001.
- Björn Andersson,"Insights on Non-Partitioned Fixed-Priority Preemptive
Scheduling", Licentiate thesis, 2001
- Björn Andersson, Sanjoy Baruah and Jan Jonsson,
"Static-Priority Scheduling on Multiprocessors,"
To appear in Proc. of the IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, December 3-6,
2001, London, UK, 2001
- Björn Andersson, Jan Jonsson: Fixed-Priority Preemptive Scheduling: To
Partition or Not to Partition,
Technical Report 00-1, Department of Computer Engineering, Chalmers, Jan 2000.
- Björn Andersson, Jan Jonsson: Some Insights on Fixed-Priority Preemptive
Non-Partitioned Multiprocessor Scheduling, (in submission),
Technical Report 00-10, Department of Computer Engineering, Chalmers, April 2000
- Björn Andersson and Jan Jonsson, Preemptive Multiprocessor Scheduling Anomalies. Available as Chalmers Computer Engineering TR-01-09 , 2001.
- Ulf Assarsson , View Frustum Culling and Animated Ray Tracing: Improvements and Methodological Considerations. Liceciate thesis, Chalmers Dept. of Computer Engineering, Technical report no. 396L, May 2001
- Ulf Assarsson and Tomas Möller, ``Optimized View Frustum Algorithms for Bounding Boxes'', Journal of graphics tools, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 9-22, 2000.
- Ulf Assarsson and Per Stenström, A Case Study of Load
Distribution in Parallel View Frustum Culling and Collision
Detection, Euro-Par 2001 Parallel Processing Proceedings, Pages
- Jonas Lext and Tomas Akenine-Möller, ``Towards Rapid Reconstruction for Animated Ray Tracing,'' Eurographics 2001, short presentation, pp. 311-318, 2001.
- Jonas Lext, Ulf Assarsson, Tomas Möller: "BART: Benchmark for Animated Ray
Technical Report, Department of Computer Engineering, Chalmers, Jan 2000.