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Multiprocessor system with parallel and pipelined architecture for a STEM quadrant detector

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Epstein, Avi ; European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Physical Instrumentation, Meyerhofstr. 1, Postfach 102209, D‐6900 Heidelberg 1, Federal Republic of Germany

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An integer processing unit board has been developed. The unit was designed to allow implementation of parallel and pipelined multiprocessor systems. This unit is the basic building block for a fast pipeline and parallel processing system needed to compute images from data produced by a 128‐channel silicon detector array in a scanning transmission electron microscope. Systems consisting of 4, 6, and 16 such integer processing units were considered, and the performances of these configurations were evaluated.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:59 ,  Issue: 11 )