17 January 1997 Parallel DSP architecture for object-based video signal processing
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The DSP architecture PRISMA for object-based video signal processing is presented in this paper. Considering the specific hardware requirements of object-based algorithms a parallel architecture has been developed, which consists of 8 programmable data paths. To utilize the processing power provided by these data paths, a new controlling scheme is employed by the PRISMA processor. This dynamic associative controlling distributes 3 independent instruction streams to the 8 data paths and comprises the advantages of alternative controlling approaches, like SIMD and MIMD. It allows an efficient execution of data-dependent operations as well as a flexible partitioning of the processing resources at runtime, which is advantageous for parallel processing of concurrent objects with different performance requirements.
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Joerg Hilgenstock, Joerg Hilgenstock, Klaus Herrmann, Klaus Herrmann, Peter Pirsch, Peter Pirsch, } "Parallel DSP architecture for object-based video signal processing", Proc. SPIE 3021, Multimedia Hardware Architectures 1997, (17 January 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.263528; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.263528
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