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Welcome to Talks
0:01Fabian Giesen: Welcome to the talk1
0:01Fabian Giesen: Welcome to the talk1
0:01Fabian Giesen: Welcome to the talk1
1:01FG: A trip through the Graphics Pipeline 20112
1:01FG: A trip through the Graphics Pipeline 20112
1:01FG: A trip through the Graphics Pipeline 20112
2:20FG: The Graphics Pipeline
2:20FG: The Graphics Pipeline
2:20FG: The Graphics Pipeline
5:46FG: The Graphics Pipeline: Where is the GPU?
5:46FG: The Graphics Pipeline: Where is the GPU?
5:46FG: The Graphics Pipeline: Where is the GPU?
11:05FG: Queues
11:05FG: Queues
11:05FG: Queues
11:37FG: Queue example: Audio Playback
11:37FG: Queue example: Audio Playback
11:37FG: Queue example: Audio Playback
14:09FG: Queue example: Audio Playback: Buffered samples
14:09FG: Queue example: Audio Playback: Buffered samples
14:09FG: Queue example: Audio Playback: Buffered samples
15:41FG: Queue example: Ethernet, "Do a thing N times per second"
15:41FG: Queue example: Ethernet, "Do a thing N times per second"
15:41FG: Queue example: Ethernet, "Do a thing N times per second"
17:34FG: Queue: Definition
17:34FG: Queue: Definition
17:34FG: Queue: Definition
20:03FG: What can this model be used for?
20:03FG: What can this model be used for?
20:03FG: What can this model be used for?
27:52FG: Little's Law
27:52FG: Little's Law
27:52FG: Little's Law
32:35FG: Little's Law: Determinable values
32:35FG: Little's Law: Determinable values
32:35FG: Little's Law: Determinable values
35:40FG: Little's Law: Why we care about its three values
35:40FG: Little's Law: Why we care about its three values
35:40FG: Little's Law: Why we care about its three values
39:58FG: Little's Law: Proof sketch
39:58FG: Little's Law: Proof sketch
39:58FG: Little's Law: Proof sketch
45:08FG: Further applications of Little's Law: Traffic
45:08FG: Further applications of Little's Law: Traffic
45:08FG: Further applications of Little's Law: Traffic
47:33FG: Q&A
47:33FG: Q&A
47:33FG: Q&A
47:47Abner Coimbre: We only have time for one question
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47:47Abner Coimbre: We only have time for one question
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47:47Abner Coimbre: We only have time for one question
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48:01In the Proof for Little's Law, does W include the processing time?
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48:01In the Proof for Little's Law, does W include the processing time?
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48:01In the Proof for Little's Law, does W include the processing time?
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48:10FG: The processing time counts the entire time the customer spends in the system
48:10FG: The processing time counts the entire time the customer spends in the system
48:10FG: The processing time counts the entire time the customer spends in the system
48:36In the context of the graphics pipeline, could we play around with diverting different amounts of resources to each buffer in the queue, to adjust its rate?
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48:36In the context of the graphics pipeline, could we play around with diverting different amounts of resources to each buffer in the queue, to adjust its rate?
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48:36In the context of the graphics pipeline, could we play around with diverting different amounts of resources to each buffer in the queue, to adjust its rate?
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49:06FG: Bearing in mind the key purpose (smoothing out short bursts) and utility of shorter, fixed-size queues
49:06FG: Bearing in mind the key purpose (smoothing out short bursts) and utility of shorter, fixed-size queues
49:06FG: Bearing in mind the key purpose (smoothing out short bursts) and utility of shorter, fixed-size queues
50:32AC: Thank you, Fabian
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50:32AC: Thank you, Fabian
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50:32AC: Thank you, Fabian
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