13 June 2005 Novel real-time infrared image processor with ADSP
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Digital Signal Processing (DSP) processors are microprocessors designed to perform digital signal processing-the mathematical manipulation of digitally represented signals. In this paper, the novel Infrared Image Processor (IIP) and the pattern process algorithm run in the processor are designed with DSP chips ADSP-TS201S manufactured by ADI (Analog Device Inc.). There are two signal channels within the IIP. The signals passed through the channels may be same or not. In this case, it is different. There are four pieces of DSPs which utilized and parallel procedure and serial procedure. The special character of the algorithm is the neural network method.
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Cheng-liang Ge, Cheng-liang Ge, Guo-bin Fan, Guo-bin Fan, Zhi-qiang Liu, Zhi-qiang Liu, Zheng-dong Li, Zheng-dong Li, Jian-tao Wu, Jian-tao Wu, Zhi-wei Huang, Zhi-wei Huang, Zheng Liang, Zheng Liang, } "Novel real-time infrared image processor with ADSP", Proc. SPIE 5856, Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection IV, (13 June 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.607001; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.607001
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