A System to Simulate Differential Equations for Image Processing
A system for simulating a large number of differential equations in a short period of time was needed to quickly process video for an image recognition device. This system can be realized using DSP (Digital Signal Processing) chips in parallel and controlling them with a memory manager. The memory manager divides the work among the DSPs and then gathers up the solutions for the host computer. Even though this system is designed primarily for image processing, the differential equation simulation could be expanded to include a wide range of non-linear partial differential equations (PDE). The system has a high degree of parallelism and is easily expandable.
S. Barton et al., "A System to Simulate Differential Equations for Image Processing," Intelligent Engineering System through Artificial Neural Networks, vol. 12, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Nov 2002.
Artificial Neural Networks in Engineering Conference, ANNIE 2002 (2002: Nov. 10-13, St. Louis, MO)
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Keywords and Phrases
DSP; Digital Signal Processing; Image Recognition Device; Differential equations
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01 Nov 2002