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    • DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A VLSI SYSTOLIC ARRAY FOR THE TRANSPORTATION SIMPLEX ALGORITHM 

      Ghatraju, Laksmikanth (1989-07)
      The increasing demand for high speed and improved performance in modern signal and image processing applications, and the availability of low-cost, high-density, high-speed VLSI devices have facilitated the design and ...
    • DESIGN AND TEST OF A MULTIPLE-VALUED LOGIC CMOS STANDARD CELL LIBRARY 

      Fortugno, Vincenzo M (1996)
      Multiple-valued logic (MVL) circuits can be designed and implemented, utilizing 4 levels of logic, in current mode CMOS technology to compete with and improve upon conventional binary logic in certain target areas. The ...
    • A FAULT-TOLERANT MULTI-MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEM 

      Jalnapurkar, Anant D. (1988-11)
      Applications of computers have extended to almost every field of human activity including some life-dependent areas and critical control applications. This has increased the demand for highly reliable computers. This thesis ...
    • Multiple-Valued Logic Design in Current-Mode CMOS 

      Jain, Atul K. (1994)
      Over the last two decades, design using Multiple-Valued Logic (MVL) has been receiving considerable attention. With recent advancements in processing technologies it is now possible to implement higher-radix functions. MVL ...
    • SYSTOLIC STRUCTURES FOR TEXTURE REPRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS 

      Giridhar, Manicka Dhananjayan (1989-09)
      This thesis proposes systolic implementations for the processes of texture representation, and texture distance computation based on the transportation simplex algorithm. The systolic structure for texture distance computation ...