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High-speed Parameterisable Hough Transform Using Reconfigurable Hardware

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High-speed Parameterisable Hough Transform Using Reconfigurable Hardware
Recent developments in reconfigurable hardware technologies have offered high-density high-speed devices with the ability for custom computing whilst maintaining the flexibility of a software solution. These features are well suited to image processing algorithms that are computationally intensive and repetitive in nature. Very deep pipelining and parallelism, features often required for real time image analysis can be achieved easily using hardware design. The Hough Transform is a powerful and robust global image processing tool for feature recognition and detection. The CORDIC algorithm uses simple shift and addition operations to implement complex trigonometric functions. This paper combines the application of the novel CORDIC algorithm to the Hough Transform and reconfigurable technology to propose a parameterisable Hough Transform with real-time processing throughput.
Dixon D. S. Deng, Hossam A. ElGindy
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Type Conference
Year 2001
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Authors Dixon D. S. Deng, Hossam A. ElGindy
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