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Media Processors 2001

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Volume Number: 4313
Date Published: 29 March 2001

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C64x VelociTI.2 extensions support media-rich broadband infrastructure and image analysis systems
Author(s): Jeremiah Golston; David Hoyle; Vishal Markandey; Jagadeesh Sankaran; Joe Zbiciak
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Media processor programming interface to increase the portability of media processor software
Author(s): Michael S. Grow; Siddhartha Sikdar; Donglok Kim; Yongmin Kim
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VLSI-distributed architectures for smart cameras
Author(s): Wayne H. Wolf
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Literally embedded processors
Author(s): William Butera; V. Michael Bove
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Architecture for Bezier clipping algorithm
Author(s): Montserrat Boo; Javier Diaz Bruguera; Emilio Lopez-Zapata
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VASP-4096: a very high performance programmable device for digital media processing applications
Author(s): Argy Krikelis
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Wavelet-packet-based video coding in parallel and distributed environments
Author(s): Manfred Feil; Andreas Uhl
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Zero-tree-based video coding on MIMD architectures
Author(s): Rade Kutil
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Complexity analysis of sprites in MPEG-4
Author(s): Raghavendra C. Nagaraj; Aravind R. Dasu; Sethuraman Panchanathan
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Embedded high-quality multichannel audio coding
Author(s): Dai Yang; Hongmei Ai; Christos Kyriakakis; C.-C. Jay Kuo
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VOP memory management in MPEG-4
Author(s): Karthikeyan Vaithianathan; Sethuraman Panchanathan
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Design of a wavelet slave processor for audio and video decompression
Author(s): Yan Lu; Debin Zhao; Yiu Keung Chan
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Parallel rendering over network based on CORBA
Author(s): Ji Zhou; Mengzhou Yang; Jiaoying Shi; Zhigeng Pan
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Processor architecture of MBAP for embedded image understanding system
Author(s): Peng Liu; Qingdong Yao; Song Wu; Qiaohai Pan; JinMei Lai
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