Part of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems, the Center for Scalable Architectures and Systems (SAS) carries out groundbreaking research that leads to new areas of parallelism and scalability in computing infrastructure, hardware and software architectures, and algorithms. Researchers representing the center’s focus areas – VLSI circuits, micro-architecture, systems, all the way up to algorithms – are collaborating to achieve the needed breakthroughs.
Peruse a selection of publications from the Center for Scalable Architectures and Systems below. Visit the ICC homepage for more information about the Institute and its Centers.
Submissions from 2016
17 Human-Car confluence: “Socially-Inspired driving mechanisms”, Andreas Riener, Myounghoon Jeon, and Alois Ferscha
Submissions from 2015
Sorry, I’m Late; I’m not in the mood: Negative emotions lengthen driving time, Myounghoon Jeon and Jayde Croschere
Technologies expand aesthetic dimensions: Visualization and Sonification of embodied Penwald drawings, Myounghoon Jeon, Steven Landry, Joseph Ryan, and James Walker
Development of the PEBL Traveling Salesman Problem Computerized Testbed, Shane T. Mueller, Brandon S. Perelman, Yin Yin Tan, and Kejkaew Thanasuan
Interactive Sonification markup language (ISML) for efficient motion-sound mappings, James Walker, Michael T. Smith, and Myounghoon Jeon