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Sparse Tensor Reordering - ICS 2019

New Methods of Reordering Sparse Tensors Show Measurable Increases in Speed

CSE faculty and alumni creating new methods for increasing speed of operations within sparse tensors.

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Phoenix

College of Computing Has Strong Showing at Computer Science Super Conference

The Federated Computing Research Conference (FCRC) brings together thousands of researchers for 13 computer science conferences in Phoenix, Arizona, from June 22-28.

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Atlanta Land Cover Map

Georgia Tech Student Leads Creation of the First High-resolution Land Cover Map of the US

A Microsoft team, led by CSE Ph.D. researcher Caleb Robinson, created the first high-resolution land cover map of the contiguous US.

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SPOT Diagram

See SPOT Efficiently Solve the Optimal Transport Problem

CSE Ph.D. Studen Yujia Xie is presenting a paper that has found a computationally inexpensive method to solve for the optimal transport problem.

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CVPR 2019

Georgia Tech Heads to the Golden State to Present at World’s Leading Computer Vision Conference

Georgia Tech presents 18 papers at global computer vision conference.

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USG Board of Regents

Number of Regents' Professors Hits Double Digits with New Appointments

A trio of College of Computing faculty members were recently approved as Regents' Professors

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Overlapping Communications Image

New Techniques May Increase Effective Use of Network Bandwidth

CSE Ph.D. student Hua Huang releases new method of overlapping communications with communications to improve network bandwidth.

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Annotating Genomes - DNA Image

Identifying Differences in Disease-causing Genomes Just Went from a Few Days to a Few Hours

CSE Ph.D. Chirag Jain developed the first multi-core parallel algorithm that is capable of aligning a DNA sequence to a complex genome graph.

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IPDPS 2019

College of Computing Faculty Showcase Parallel Computing Research While Leading Conference Programming at IPDPS 2019

Researchers from College of Computing head to Brazil to present parallel distributed research at IPDPS 2019.

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