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IEE Proceedings E - Computers and Digital Techniques

Issue 2 • Date March 1981

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  • Fast publication

    Publication Year: 1981
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  • Fast polynomial transform and its implementation by computer

    Publication Year: 1981, Page(s):50 - 60
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    Recently a new algorithm was developed to compute two-dimensional cyclic convolution by what is called the FPT (fast polynomial transform) algorithm. In this paper this new algorithm is further studied and implemented on a general purpose computer. Methods to cope with finite core memory limitations are presented and actual computational speed performances are listed. View full abstract»

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  • Simulator generator system

    Publication Year: 1981, Page(s):61 - 63
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    In order to simplify the production of simulators for microprogrammable machines a simulatorgenerator system (SGS) has been implemented. This system provides the designer with an easy-to-use tabular machine-description tool which when processed together with the control microcode produces a high-evel interactive simulator. View full abstract»

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  • Master clock repeater for the cambridge digital communication ring

    Publication Year: 1981, Page(s):64 - 66
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    Digital synchronisation in the repeaters of the Cambridge ring is achieved through the use of phase-locked loops. A practical solution to the resulting problem of frequency stability, based on the dynamic adjustment of ring length, is presented. A repeater which implements this solution has been built and tested in the Cambridge ring. View full abstract»

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  • Buffer analysis with multiservers having binomial distribution

    Publication Year: 1981, Page(s):67 - 73
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    A multiserver queueing model with server having interruptions described through the binomial statistics is proposed. A technique to deduce the expression for the infinite-storage-capacity buffer content probability mass function is investigated which greatly simplifies the analysis of the multiserver queues. To estimate the finite buffer size for a specified very low overflow probability an inequa... View full abstract»

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  • Correlation-function peak detector

    Publication Year: 1981, Page(s):74 - 78
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    Accurate detection of the peak position of a correlation function requires a large number of correlation-function points to be determined. To achieve an acceptable dynamic performance, a parallel implementation of the function is required. In the paper techniques are described for achieving high-resolution peak detection with a limited amount of parallel circuitry. View full abstract»

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  • TE design processes for successive-approximation A/D converter registers

    Publication Year: 1981, Page(s):79 - 83
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    Transition equations (TEs) and the associated design processes provide an interesting, and often rewarding, approach to sequential-logic circuit design. However, these processes are ignored in most of the text books and many engineers are thus unaware of them. The paper sets out the salient features of the technique by taking the design of a successive-approximation register as an example. It is h... View full abstract»

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  • Visual Display Terminals: a Manual Covering Ergonomics, Workplace Design, Health and Safety, Task Organisation

    Publication Year: 1981
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  • Computer Peripherals

    Publication Year: 1981
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