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The Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium is the regular, weekly colloquium of the Computer Systems Laboratory. At each session, a guest lecturer examines some topic on current research and developments in computer systems. Speakers are drawn from industry, government, research, and educational institutions around the world.

The topics touch upon all aspects of computer science and engineering including logic design, computer organization and architecture, software engineering, computer applications of all sorts, public policy, and the social, business, and financial implications of technology. Frequently the Colloquium provides the first public forum for discussion of new products, discoveries, or ideas.

Computer Systems Colloquium (Fall 2006) Stanford

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The Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium is the regular, weekly colloquium of the Computer Systems Laboratory. At each session, a guest lecturer examines some topic on current research and developments in computer systems. Speakers are drawn from industry, government, research, and educational institutions around the world.

The topics touch upon all aspects of computer science and engineering including logic design, computer organization and architecture, software engineering, computer applications of all sorts, public policy, and the social, business, and financial implications of technology. Frequently the Colloquium provides the first public forum for discussion of new products, discoveries, or ideas.

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    The Future Evolution of High-Performance Microprocessors

    The Future Evolution of High-Performance Microprocessors

    The evolution of high-performance microprocessors has recently gone through a significant inflection point. (September 27, 2006)

    • 1 hr 2 min
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    New Architectures for a New Biology

    New Architectures for a New Biology

    David Shaw describes the current state of the art in biomolecular simulation and explores the potential role of high-performance computing technologies in extending current capabilities. (October 11, 2006)

    • 1 hr 23 min
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    Measurements vs. Bits: Compressed Sensors Meets Information Theory

    Measurements vs. Bits: Compressed Sensors Meets Information Theory

    The implications of Compressed Sensing (CS) are promising for many applications and enable the design of new kinds of cameras and analog-to-digital converters. (October 18, 2006)

    • 1 hr 16 min
    • video
    A Structured Orchestration Language

    A Structured Orchestration Language

    Computer science, engineering, software, hardware, computer science, PC, IT, processor, parallelism, silicon implementation, chip architecture, circuit design, CAD, computer aided design, embedded, programming languages, compilers, numerical analysis, tec

    • 1 hr 18 min
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    Stream Computing: Efficient Computing in the Many-Core Era

    Stream Computing: Efficient Computing in the Many-Core Era

    William Dally discusses exploitation of parallelism and locality with examples drawn from the Imagine and Merrimac projects and from three generations of stream programming systems. (November 1, 2006)

    • 1 hr 22 min
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    The Need, Evolution, and Detail of WLAN Security

    The Need, Evolution, and Detail of WLAN Security

    This presentation traces how the changing connectivity landscape drove the development of new security protocols, especially in the case of wireless networks. (November 8, 2006)

    • 1 hr 14 min

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