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Parallélisation et passage à l'échelle durable d'une chaïne de traitement graphique pour l'impression professionnelle

Abstract : The strong and continuous improvements in the professional printing field have led to the ubiquity of printed objects in our daily life. The flexibility introduced by the digital printing process promises to associate extensive customization with mass production. The quick growth of printing usages and technologies, illustrated by wider printer farms and faster digital presses, leads to original challenges for the computer system in charge of driving them. In this thesis, we explore new approaches inspired by the high performance computing field to speedup the graphics processing necessary to digital printing. To achieve this goal, we introduce a distributed system which provides the adequate flexibility and performance by exploiting and optimizing both processing and synchronization techniques. We present our architecture up to the subtle parts of its implementation which allows our solution to meet the specific constraints on generating streams for printing purpose. We perform a complete evaluation of our solution and provide experimental evidence of its great performance and viability.
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Paul Godard. Parallélisation et passage à l'échelle durable d'une chaïne de traitement graphique pour l'impression professionnelle. Calcul parallèle, distribué et partagé [cs.DC]. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAD051⟩. ⟨tel-02530165⟩

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