An Array Processor for Image Processing
Some early developments in pattern processing are reviewed in Unger (1958), McCormick (1963), and Murtha (1966). Some practical implementations are described by Golay (1969) and by Kruse (1976). For certain industrial and medical applications special processors for image analysis are in practical use such as in computed tomog-graphy (CT). Also, large scale pattern processors have become available in special fields.
KeywordsProcessing Element Internal Mode Memory Unit Array Processor Image Processor
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