Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Portfolio Updates

I added a few things here and there on my portfolio website. Of particular interest is my term project for the medical computing class I took this past semester. I did an implementation for reconstructing polygonal slices taken from, say, an MRI scan. I also added slides from the presentations I did in that class, as well as some work for the applied computational geometry class I took (included there is a survey on Delaunay triangulations with some interesting applications).


Chris said...

Warning! Shameless plug.

Having recently join the NVIDIA team, I discovered a new tool my company offers for free called Cuda.

If is a C-like language that lets you take advantage of the massive parallelism in a GPU for complex calculations. I mention this because it seems that the types of calculations you have done would benefit from this tool. I am also curious whether the performance of this approach lives up to the numbers my company's marketing group touts.

If you find yourself with spare time and the insane desire to try implementing your project with this other tool I'd love to hear the result.

END shameless plug.

Gail said...

Hehe, well Chris, I don't think I'll have that particular insane desire in the near future, but that doesn't mean that I can't try the tool for another project. I'll keep in bookmarked and let you know if I try it out.

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