HEIs without capability of offering Peace Studies/Education "may also submit their applications for financial assistance to the OPSD to conduct a Peace Education Training for their faculty in partnership with other HEIs/organizations."
Just like in Peace Studies, De Vera said these HEIs "may apply for financial assistance to conduct capacity building trainings" for faculty on IP Education to the OPSD which has available funds for such training under its Faculty Development Program.
(2) Based on OPSD, we propose an architecture that can reduce the access to DRAM and can decrease the number of 1D FFT invocations by performing column-by-column operations on the fly (Section 4).
(3) Since OPSD is heavily dependent on efficient FPGA-based 2D FFT implementation which is limited by DRAM access problems, we design a memory mapping scheme based on "tile-hopping", which can reduce row activation overhead while accessing columns of data from the DRAM (Sections 5 and 6).
(4) The proposed OPSD and memory "tile-hopping" optimizations also lead to better energy performance as compared to row-major access (Section 6.4).
Section 4 presents OPSD, an optimized solution to reduce the latency of the serial part of the algorithm which limits overall performance.
Proposed: Optimized Periodic Plus Smooth Decomposition (OPSD)
Table 1 shows a comparison of mirroring, PSD, and our proposed OPSD with respect to DRAM access points.