Extreme processors use multiple architectures

Wilson, Andrew
March 2004
Vision Systems Design;Mar2004, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p9
Features several processors with multiple architectures for embedded-video and image-processing applications. ECE 3400 multiprocessor digital signal processing from Cradle Technologies Inc.; CS30 array processor from ClearSpeed Technology Inc.


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