1 July 1991 Parallel processing architecture for the efficient use of memory in image processing applications
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A parallel processor architecture for image processing applications is presented. The main idea behind this architecture is to carry out image processing computations in a highly parallel manner by dividing the executable instructions and the memory operations such that they may be executed concurrently. As a result, the proposed architecture keeps both the processor and the memory system as busy as possible, thereby obtaining faster response time than for conventional parallel architectures.
Abdullah Faruque, David Yushan Fong, David W. Bray, "Parallel processing architecture for the efficient use of memory in image processing applications," Optical Engineering 30(7), (1 July 1991). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.30.7.994
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