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A Hardware/Software Reconfigurable Architecture for Adaptive Wireless Image Communication

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A Hardware/Software Reconfigurable Architecture for Adaptive Wireless Image Communication
With the projected significant growth in mobile internet and multimedia services, there is a strong demand for nextgeneration appliances capable of wireless image communication. One of the major bottlenecks in enabling wireless image communication is the high energy requirement, which may surpass the current and future capabilities of battery technologies. Past studies have shown that the bottlenecks can be overcome by developing adaptive multimedia compression algorithms which can adapt to dynamic channel conditions and service requirements [13, 12]. In this paper, we present an application-specific hardware/software reconfigurable architecture to support adaptive image compression algorithms. We present a design methodology which considers co-design between adaptive algorithms and architectural design leading to a reconfigurable architecture for image compression algorithms. Codesign of the proposed architecture aims not only at performance and power efficient implementation, but al...
Debashis Panigrahi, Clark N. Taylor, Sujit Dey
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Authors Debashis Panigrahi, Clark N. Taylor, Sujit Dey
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