1 July 1995 Application-specific integrated circuit based image processor and its simulated results
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A real-time image processing system is presented. The system consists, mainly, of a 2-D convolver appilcation-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) that performs 2-D convolution, and a pixel image sensor capable of capturing an image of 256×256 resolution. The ASIC can convolve the pixel image data (8 bit/pixel) present within a video window with a set of programmable coefficients that can be loaded by the microprocessor, which is responsible for the proper flow of image information within the system. The image simulated results by the system are presented for a number of convolution masks.
W. Tariq, Nikolaos G. Bourbakis, J. Sukaro Mertoguno, C. Alexopoulos, "Application-specific integrated circuit based image processor and its simulated results," Journal of Electronic Imaging 4(3), (1 July 1995). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.208653
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