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Asynchronous relaxation of locally-coupled automata networks, with application to parallel VLSI implementation of iterative image processing algorithms

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3 Author(s)
Planet, P. ; CNET-Grenoble, Meylan, France ; Privat, G. ; Renaudin, M.

Array processors tailored to mesh-based iterative algorithms benefit from shifting to an asynchronous mode. An architecture implementing this functionally asynchronous state-space update with self-timed elementary processors can dispense with the overhead of classical data exchange protocols and offer a flexible hierarchical mapping of the state lattice onto the array. The performance and practical feasibility of this approach are assessed on two application examples: iterative elliptic PDE resolution and image motion estimation using mean field annealing based on Markov random fields models

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Application-Specific Array Processors, 1993. Proceedings., International Conference on

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25-27 Oct 1993

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