Architectures for Computer Vision: From Algorithm to Chip by Hong Jeong

By Hong Jeong

Hong Jeong joined the dept of electric Engineering at POSTECH in January 1988, after graduating from the dep. of EECS at MIT. He has labored at Bell Labs, Murray Hill, New Jersey and has visited the dep. of electric Engineering at USC. He has taught built-in classes, equivalent to multimedia algorithms, Verilog HDL layout, and popularity engineering, within the division of electric Engineering at POSTECH. he's attracted to illing within the gaps among machine imaginative and prescient algorithms and VLSI architectures, utilizing GPU and complex HDL languages.

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The net types are further specified by the drive strength and propagation delay. There are two types of strengths: charge strength for trireg and drive strength for net signals. The types of drive strength are supply, strong, pull, and weak. A signal with drive strength propagates from a gate output and a continuous assignment output. The charge strength specification is used with trireg with small, medium, and large. The net delay is specified with triple delays (rise, fall, transition), which indicate a rise delay, fall delay, and transition to a high-impedance value.

Tasks without and with the optional keyword automatic are called static tasks and automatic task, respectively. In a static task, all declared items are statically allocated and shared across all uses of the task executing concurrently. In an automatic task, all declared items are allocated dynamically for each invocation and cannot be accessed by hierarchical references. An automatic task can be invoked through the use of its hierarchical name. Because a function is limited in a unit simulated time, it cannot contain any time-controlled statements with #, @, or wait and thus cannot enable tasks.

Expr); Here, the component name indicates the built-in gate. 9 (Structure of module) An inhibition gate can be built as follows. in(invin)); and Q2 (out,in,notinvin); endmodule //variable //instantiation //instantiation This example is for an inhibitor designed by two built-in gates. The arguments can be specified by either an in-place or a naming method. As previously stated, all procedures in the behavioral model are defined in the following four statements: initial construct, always construct, task, and function.

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