A Unified Signal Algebra Approach to Two-Dimensional by Louis A. D'Alotto, Charles R. Giardina, Hua Luo

By Louis A. D'Alotto, Charles R. Giardina, Hua Luo

Goals to bridge the distance among parallel machine architectures and the production of parallel electronic sign processing (DSP) algorithms. This paintings deals an method of electronic sign processing using the unified sign algebra surroundings to strengthen certainly taking place parallel DSP algorithms. university or college e-book retailers might order 5 or extra copies at a different scholar rate. rate is out there on request.

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8 Exercises 1. Suppose that the two digital signals and a) Write f and g both as 3 by 3 bound matrices, starting at (070). b) Show that m = ( 4 4 1 43 20 0 ) 0 c)Find f g. d) Show that 3 2 1 fVg=( 4 1 0 ) O 2.

A.. I 36 2. Fundamental Operations on Two Dimensional Signals we have ... = a.. a.. l(b), respectively. 5. 1 (b). 37 38 2. 10 If we wish to shift the first quadmnt step function I 0 .. m a.. then we obtain . . . * . m S(u)= 0 0 pJ . 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 ... *. 11 The shift operation performed on the impulse function 6 = (l)&J results in V ) = (Q,O The shift operation is denoted by the block diagram The second domain induced operation, N I N E T Y , arises due to the structure of the integral lattice.

One of the most simple macro operations is the unary square law device, denoted SQ. We will also write f 2 instead of SQ( f ) . 2. Terms Involving FundamentalRangeInduced Operations 21 The reason why SQ is a term, is that the output of is also SQ(f). That is, the square law device is nothing more than the multiplication of a signal with itself. we have The negation of a signal f is denoted by M I N U S ( f). It will also be denoted by -f . In any case, it is a unary operation which is defined by M I N U S : SzXz+ Rzxz where M I N U S ( f ) ( n ,m ) = -f (n,m ) Using the fact that the following two block diagrams always provide the same output shows that M I N U S is a term.

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