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Development of a Bit-Level Compiler for Massively Parallel Vision Chips

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Development of a Bit-Level Compiler for Massively Parallel Vision Chips
Abstract— An image sensor in which each pixel has a processing element is called a vision chip. The vision chip can perform real-time visual processing at a high frame rate of 1000 fps, and is expected to find application to intelligent robots and electronic devices. The vision chip has a different structure from existing processors and required special programming skills. This paper describes the development example of a vision chip compiler that enables easy programming of the vision chip.
Takashi Komuro, Shingo Kagami, Masatoshi Ishikawa,
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CAMP
Authors Takashi Komuro, Shingo Kagami, Masatoshi Ishikawa, Yoshio Katayama
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