1 September 1989 Pipelined Microcomputers For Digital Signal And Image Processing
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A multiple microcomputer system for digital signal and image processing applications is presented. A simple ring structure is employed to organize the multiple microcomputers. The data flow in the ring structure is unidirectional. A task can be partitioned and distributed among the microcomputers, making possible pipelined execution of a task. Implementation with the use of the TMS32010 signal processing CPU and IBM PC is demonstrated. A design to ensure the program synchronization is also shown. Algorithms for carrying out infinite impulse response filtering, the fast Fourier transform, and the McClellan transform method of 2-D finite impulse response filters are developed. Experimental results are presented.
Brain K. Lien, Brain K. Lien, Gregory Y. Tang, Gregory Y. Tang, } "Pipelined Microcomputers For Digital Signal And Image Processing," Optical Engineering 28(9), 289943 (1 September 1989). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7977066 . Submission:
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