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Prototyping for Machine Perception on a Chip

  1. The first aim of this work is to propose the design of a system-on-chip (SoC) platform dedicated to digital image and signal processing, which is tuned to implement efficiently multiply-and-accumulate (MAC) ve...

    Authors: Roberto Reyna-Rojas, Dominique Houzet, Daniela Dragomirescu, Florent Carlier and Salim Ouadjaout

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:941303

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  2. Authors: Magdy A. Bayoumi and Bertrand Zavidovique

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:678932

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  3. Machine perception is a difficult problem both from a practical or implementation point of view as well as from a theoretical or algorithm point of view. Machine perception systems based on biological percepti...

    Authors: Sourabh Ravindran, Paul Smith, David Graham, Varinthira Duangudom, David V. Anderson and Paul Hasler

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:402486

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  4. We are concerned with the design, implementation, and validation of a perception SoC based on an ultrasonic array of sensors. The proposed SoC is dedicated to ultrasonic echography applications. A rapid protot...

    Authors: A. Kassem, M. Sawan, M. Boukadoum and A. Haidar

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:358762

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  5. A low-power, CMOS retina with real-time, pixel-level processing capabilities is presented. Features extraction and edge-enhancement are implemented with fully programmable 1D Gabor convolutions. An equivalent ...

    Authors: Massimo Barbaro and Luigi Raffo

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:301316

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  6. This paper presents an FPGA-based system for detecting people from video. The system is designed to use JPEG-compressed frames from a network camera. Unlike previous approaches that use techniques such as back...

    Authors: Vinod Nair, Pierre-Olivier Laprise and James J. Clark

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:272174

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  7. Image processing requires more computational power and data throughput than most conventional processors can provide. Designing specific hardware can improve execution time and achieve better performance per u...

    Authors: César Torres-Huitzil and Miguel Arias-Estrada

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:264713

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  8. SKiPPER is a SKeleton-based Parallel Programming EnviRonment being developed since 1996 and running at LASMEA Laboratory, the Blaise-Pascal University, France. The main goal of the project was to demonstrate t...

    Authors: Rémi Coudarcher, Florent Duculty, Jocelyn Serot, Frédéric Jurie, Jean-Pierre Derutin and Michel Dhome

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:218656

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  9. We propose a method and a tool for automatic generation of hardware implementation of a decision rule based on the Adaboost algorithm. We review the principles of the classification method and we evaluate its ...

    Authors: J. Mitéran, J. Matas, E. Bourennane, M. Paindavoine and J. Dubois

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 2005:198439

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