Parallelizing Vision Computations on CM-5: Algorithms and Experiences
This chapter summarizes our work in using Connection Machine CM-5 for vision. We define a realistic model of CM-5 in which explicit cost is associated with data routing and cooperative operations. Using this model, we develop scalable parallel algorithms for representative problems in vision computations at all three levels: low-level, intermediate-level and high-level.
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