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This paper presents an automated model and a project, Arrakis, for finding defects in shading algorithms for graphics rendering and compute workloads. A key challenge in shading algorithm testing is the lack of an oracle that can determine the quality and the output of a custom shading algorithm; this is crucial in graphics workloads because expensive assets are often wasted on solving these problems. A broad solution, Arrakis is developed, which builds on current graphics technology advances in Vulkan, SPIR-V and SPIRV-X by leveraging the standardization with mappings from SPIR-V and C++. Findings show that utilizing the demonstrated technology can improve quality whilst increasing productivity.

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. Oracle Webcenter ( 2013 ): The Digital Customer Journey: How to Build an Online Experience that Drives Sales and Loyalty . http://www.oracle.com/us/products/middleware/digital-customer-journey-wp-2028079.pdf , accessed 25 / 07 / 2019

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Chinese Oracle of Change . London : Vega . KAWAI Kōzō 川合康三 and KOZEN Hiroshi 興膳宏 1995 . Zui sho keisekishi shōkō 隋書經籍志詳攷 [A thorough investigation of texts and records referred to in the Suíshū ] . Tōkyō : Kyuko shoin . KIESCHNICK , John

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. , & McKenna , H. ( 2006 ). Consulting the oracle: Ten lessons from using the Delphi technique in nursing research . Journal of Advanced Nursing, 53 ( 2 ), 205 – 212 . doi: 10.1111/jan.2006.53.issue-2 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2006.03716.x

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the soul: Medicine men, their plants and rituals in the Colombian Amazonia . Oracle, AZ : Synergetic Press . Shanon , B. ( 1997 ). Cognitive psychology and the study

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Herodotus’ description of Scythian culture. Along with the four layers of fabric, the veil was “one handbreadth thick” (Mishna. Chullin, 7), and as such seems designed to seal a smoke trap. Like the Israelite High Priest, the Oracle at Delphi

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the Tungus (Evenki) word saman (“one who is excited, moved, raised”), and it is likewise linked to the Sanskrit word sramana (“ascetic”) ( Znamenski, 2007 , pp. 15–16). Shamans serve in many social capacities (including physician, priest, oracle

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