Real time signal processing VII; Proceedings of the Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 21, 22, 1984
Abstract
Parallel processing algorithms and architectures are considered, taking into account promising directions in parallel processing research, the implementation of eigenvector methods, the solution of singular value problems using systolic arrays, singular value decomposition with systolic arrays, an algorithm for singular value decomposition, and highperformance architectures for adaptive filtering based on the GramSchmidt algorithm. Other topics discussed are related to parallel processing computations and methodologies, matrix processor implementations, and optical signal processing technology. Attention is given to temporal localization and systolization of signal flow graph (SFG) computing networks, the design and descriptive tools for systolic architectures, faulttolerant matrix operations on multiple processor systems using weighted checksums, a onethird gigaflop systolic linear algebra processor, a realtime incoherent optical signal processing system, and electrooptical signal processing applications of the GaAs CCD.
 Publication:

Real time signal processing VII
 Pub Date:
 January 1984
 Bibcode:
 1984SPIE..495.....B
 Keywords:

 Central Processing Units;
 Real Time Operation;
 Signal Processing;
 Singularity (Mathematics);
 AcoustoOptics;
 Adaptive Control;
 Antenna Arrays;
 Architecture (Computers);
 Charge Coupled Devices;
 Floating Point Arithmetic;
 Mathematical Models;
 Power Spectra;
 Stochastic Processes;
 Synthetic Aperture Radar;
 Communications and Radar