Digital Systems and Applications
New design architectures in computer systems have surpassed industry expectations. Limits, which were once thought of as fundamental, have now been broken. Digital Systems and Applications details these innovations in systems design as well as cutting-edge applications that are emerging to take advantage of the fields increasingly sophisticated capabilities. This book features new chapters on parallelizing iterative heuristics, stream and wireless processors, and lightweight embedded systems.
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Elements are interleaved across the parallel pipelines allowing up to four element results to be computed per cycle. This increase in parallelism is invisible to software except for the increased performance.
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Chapter 2 System Design
Chapter 3 Architectures for Low Power
Chapter 4 Performance Evaluation
Chapter 5 Embedded SystemsonChips
Chapter 6 Embedded Processor Applications
Chapter 7 An Overview of SoC Buses
Chapter 15 Circuits for HighPerformance IO
Chapter 16 Algorithms and Data Structures in External Memory
Chapter 17 Parallel IO Systems
Chapter 18 A Read Channel for Magnetic Recording
Chapter 19 Distributed Operating Systems
New Directions in Computing
A Strategically Programmable System
Chapter 8 Digital Siganl Processing
Chapter 9 DSP Applications
Chapter 10 Digital Filter Design
Chapter 11 Audio Siganl Processing
Chapter 12 Digital Video Processing
Chapter 13 LowPower Digital Signal Processing
Communications and Networks
Chapter 14 Communications and Computer Networks
Chapter 21 Reconfigurable Processors
Chapter 22 Roles of Software Technology in Intelligent Transportation Systems
Chapter 23 Media Signal Processing
Chapter 24 Internet Architectures
Chapter 25 Microelectronics for Home Entertainment
Chapter 26 Mobile and Wireless Computing
Chapter 27 Data Security