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Application Architectures for FPGA-Based Image Processing
6/19/2014

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Large data sets -- such as differential filters for capturing changes in starfields -- end up being massive, but use simple, repetitive math. These types of application are typically decent candidates for acceleration via parallelization with minimal 'traffic cop' activity relegated to the on-board processor in the form of a microcontroller.
Large data sets -- such as differential filters for capturing changes in starfields -- end up being massive, but use simple, repetitive math. These types of application are typically decent candidates for acceleration via parallelization with minimal "traffic cop" activity relegated to the on-board processor in the form of a microcontroller.

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