Low-level vision on a linear multicomputer array

Low-level vision on a linear multicomputer array

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Efficient execution of low-level vision in a linear multicomputer array is discussed. A relationship between the number of computing nodes, kernel size and throughput is established, and applied to the special case of a linear array of transputers.


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