Martinez, K. and Pearson, D. E.
Algorithmic Complexity, SPeed and Architectural Parallelism in Low data-rate Visual Communications
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Consideration is given to the tradeoff between algorithmic complexity and processing speed in primitive extraction for low data-rate visual communication. Initial experiments with serially-implemented algorithms on an MC68000 processor indicated the need for a high degree of parallelism in order to meet the requirements of real-time, moving-picture data rates. However, insight gained by trials on CLIP4, which typically showed speed gains of 40%, points to window-based architectures implemented using look-up tables.
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