Memory-Efficient Hardware Architecture of 2-D Dual-Mode Lifting-Based Discrete Wavelet Transform for JPEG2000
A study on the structure of (a memory efficient) device for image (and video) processing and compression for applications in speech analysis, numerical analysis, signal analysis, image coding, pattern recognition, computer vision and biometrics.
High Performance Parallel Pipelined Lifting-based VLSI Architectures for Two-Dimensional Inverse Discrete Wavelet Transf
The application of high performance parallel pipelined lifting-base VLSI architectures to image processing and compression using an effective and powerful tool with advanced computational efficiency which factors wavelet transforms into lifting steps for high speed and efficient implementation...
The method of fabricating micro/nanometer scale patterns with low cost, high throughput and high resolution which has demonstrated great potential and commercial prospects in applications such as Hard Disk Drive (HDD), LED, OLED, flexible display, optical and biological devices.
Computer Simulation of Processes at Electron and Ion Beam Lithography, Part 1: Exposure Modeling at Electron and Ion Bea
The basic steps when modeling the ion and electron exposure processes in multilevel multicomponent amorphous targets by the simulation of particle penetration into materials and the calculation of the absorbed energy distribution within the targets by means of a software package.
The objectives of this study are as follows: to make the physically corrected resist model based on the understanding of mechanistic behaviors that drive photo resist image, to achieve the best prediction of resist images across multiple process conditions, and to develop a general simulation...
A study on the principles of operation and benefits of the Floating solar chimney (FSC) technology and its applications for large scale solar electricity generation in desert or semi desert areas and as a major technology for the elimination of global warming.
A study of the Human Visual System (HVS), the phenomena of visual perception relevant to video quality, the main characteristics of modern digital video systems along with issues on the errors in digital video applications, and the two methods (objective and subjective) for assessing video quality.
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A study in the development and diffusion of digital video broadcasting transmission via terrestrial (DVB-T) systems to satisfy the growing demand for the service worldwide.