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Issue 1 • Date Jan. 1983

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Table of contents

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  • [IEEE Computer - Magazine's Staff]

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  • From the President

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  • Advertisement

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  • Computer Architectures for Image Processing: Guest Editor's Introduction

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  • Biomedical Image Processing

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  • Tutorial Week Europe 83: Ieee Tutorials on Computers in Industry

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  • ACM Computer Science Conference, SIGSCE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, February 15-18, 1983, Sheraton Twin Towers, Orlando, Florida

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  • Image processing on the massively parallel processor

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    A review of the massively parallel processor (MPP) is provided. The MPP, a single instruction, multiple data parallel computer with 16K processors being built for NASA by Goodyear Aerospace, can perform over six billion eight-bit adds and 1.8 billion eight-bit multiplies per second. Its SIMD architecture and immense computing power promise to make the MPP an extremely useful and exciting new tool for all types of pattern recognition and image processing applications. The SIMD parallelism can be used to directly calculate 16K statistical pattern recognition results simultaneously. Moreover, the 16K processors can be configured into a two-dimensional array to efficiently extract features from a 128x128 subimage in parallel. The parallel search capability of SIMD architectures can be used to search recognition and production rules in parallel, thus eliminating the need to sort them. This feature is particularly important if the rules are dynamically changing. Finally, the MPP's computing power and extreme flexibility will allow the development of new techniques for scene analysis - realtime scene analysis, for example, in which the sensor can interact with the scene as needed. View full abstract»

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  • Image processing machines in Japan

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    Those who desire an image processing capability face a number of initial problems, however. Before implementing the hardware needed, several questions must be answered, such as what kind of hardware is available to meet the requirements and, if general-purpose computers are being used, what type of image processing is least expensive to implement. Since these concerns are an integral part of image processing implementation, the author briefly discusses them before surveying hardware developments in Japan from cancer screening to cucumber sorting. View full abstract»

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  • Computer Packaging Workshop Report: Interconnection Costs Will Be Dominant in the 80' s

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  • Tutorial Week East 83

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  • The Open Channel

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  • A Conference on Software Development Tools, Techniques, and Alternatives

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  • Recent IC announcements

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  • Spring Compcon 83

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  • Recent Microsystem Announcements

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  • New Applications & Recent Research

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  • Update: information for the computer systems design professional

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