Noise Reduction With Many Inexact CPU Cores -> High Freq?

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Noise Reduction With Many Inexact CPU Cores -> High Freq?

Postby PerLindholm » Mon Feb 06, 2017 7:58 am

I think I got an interesting idea that I wanted to share.

Taken from my blog at peroglyfer.se



Speculation – Could Stacking With Noise Reduction With Many Inexact CPU Cores Manage Higher Frequencies?


My idea is simple.

Inspired by image stacking. Where you got 4 or more noisy images of the same object. Taken at different times or different equipment. Meaning. The noise looks a bit different in each image but the object stays in the same position.

I wonder if something similar could be done with multicore computer CPU’s. The idea is to crank up the frequency and at same time limit energy consumption.

The assumption I make is that this will induce random errors. But with many cores there would be a possibility to error correct these with noise reduction methods. Inspired by image stacking.

So the idea is that the price for very high frequencies is a lot of cooperating cores.


So if this works. Then there are more possibilities than ordinary parallel work that could speed things up.
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