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by H. J. Ray Liu,Kung Yao

High-Performance VLSI Signal Processing Innovative Architectures and Algorithms, Algorithms and Architectures (Volume 1) download ebook
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078033468X
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H. J. Ray Liu,Kung Yao
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Wiley-IEEE Press; Volume 1 edition (January 12, 1998)
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Kung Yao, K. J. Ray Liu. Electrical Engineering/Signal Processing High - Performance VLSI Signal Processing Innovative Architectures and Algorithms Volume 1 Algorithms and Architectures The first volume in a two-volume set, High-Performance VLSI Sign. Electrical Engineering/Signal Processing High - Performance VLSI Signal Processing Innovative Architectures and Algorithms Volume 1 Algorithms and Architectures The first volume in a two-volume set, High-Performance VLSI Signal Processing: Innovative Architectures and Algorithms brings together the most innovative papers in the field, focused introductory material, and extensive references.

High-performance VLSI signal processing by K. Ray Liu, Kung Yao, December 29, 1997, Wiley-IEEE Press .

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Journal of Signal Processing Systems. H. T. Kung and C. E. Leiserson, Systolic Arrays for VLSI, in Introduction to VLSI Systems, C. A. Mead and L. Conway, (Ed., Addison-Wesley, chapter ., 1980. November 2008, Volume 53, Issue 1–2, pp 15–34 Cite as. Systolic Algorithms and Architectures for High-Throughput Processing Applications. Authors and affiliations. 24. F. Ling and J. Proakis, A Recursive Modified Gram-Schmidt Algorithm for Least-Squares Estimation, IEEE Trans.

Many important algorithms in signal and image processing, speech and . Comparisons are made with recent work of . The authors present a systolic algorithm for computing a rank revealing QR factorization, and consider the performance of the algorithm.

Many important algorithms in signal and image processing, speech and pattern recognition or matrix computations consist of coupled systems of recurrence equations. Chen and K. Yao (1986) and . Kung (1988), and it is shown that this algorithm achieves a processor utilization of approximately twice that of Chen and Yao at a speed that is 25% faster than Kung's.

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Efficient signal processing algorithms are important for embedded and power-limited applications since, by reducing the number of computations, power consumption can be reduced significantly. Similarly, efficient algorithms are also critical to very large scale applications such as video processing and four-dimensional medical imaging. This self-contained guide, the only one of its kind, enables engineers to find the optimum fast algorithm for a specific application

This volume includes Radial Basis Function networks, the Expand-and-Truncate Learning algorithm for the synthesis .

This volume includes Radial Basis Function networks, the Expand-and-Truncate Learning algorithm for the synthesis of Three-Layer Threshold Networks, weight initialization, fast and efficient variants of Hamming and Hopfield neural networks, discrete time synchronous multilevel neural systems with reduced VLSI demands, probabilistic design techniques, time-based techniques, techniques for reducing physical realization requirements, and applications to finite constraint problems.

Proc We present a distributed algorithm for subcarrier allocation and compare its performance to a centralized graph-theoretic heuristic

SPIE 4791, Advanced Signal Processing Algorithms, Architectures, and Implementations XII, pg 162 (6 December 2002); doi: 1. 117/12. Read Abstract +. The space of all proper rational functions with prescribed real poles is considered. We present a distributed algorithm for subcarrier allocation and compare its performance to a centralized graph-theoretic heuristic. The simulation results also show that our protocol is robust and scalable.

It covers computational linear algebra theory, VLSI systolic algorithms and designs, practical aspects of chaos theory, and applications in.

It covers computational linear algebra theory, VLSI systolic algorithms and designs, practical aspects of chaos theory, and applications in beamforming and array processing, and uses a variety of CDMA codes, as well as acoustic sensing and beamforming algorithms to illustrate key concepts. Classical topics such as spectral analysis are also covered, and each chapter includes a wealth of homework problems.

Algorithms, applications and architectures, Department of Electrical Engineering .

Algorithms, applications and architectures, Department of Electrical Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Elsevier Science Publishers . 8. Wang, P. Leray, J. Palicot, A CORDIC-based dynamically reconfigurable FPGA architecture for signal processing algorithms, URSI 08, The XXIX General Assembly of the International Union of Radio Science, Chicago IL, 2008. 9. VHDL, IEEE Std No. 1076, 2000. 10. Xilinx ISE Web Pack, ww. ilinx. Floating-point arithmetic, IEEE Std No. 754, 2008.

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