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Parallel architectures and algorithms for digital filter VLSI implementation

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1995
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In many scientific and signal processing applications, there are increasing demands for large volume and high speed computations, which call for not only high-speed low power computing hardware, but also for novel approaches in developing new algorithms and architectures. This thesis is concerned with the development of such architectures and algorithms suitable for the VLSI implementation of recursive and nonrecursive 1-dimension digital filters using multiple slower processing elements. As the background for the development, vectorization techniques such as state-space modeling, block processing, and look ahead computation are introduced. Concurrent architectures such as systolic arrays, wavefront arrays and appropriate parallel filter realizations such as lattice, all-pass, and wave filters are reviewed. A fully hardware efficient systolic array architecture termed as Multiplexed Block-State Filter is proposed for the high speed implementation of lattice and direct realizations of digital filters. The thesis also proposes a new simplified algorithm, Alternate Pole Pairing Algorithm, for realizing an odd order recursive filter as the sum of two all-pass filters. Performance of the proposed schemes are verified through numerical examples and simulation results.
Title: Parallel architectures and algorithms for digital filter VLSI implementation.
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Name(s): Desai, Pratik Vishnubhai.
Florida Atlantic University, Degree grantor
Sudhakar, Raghavan, Thesis advisor
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Electronic Thesis Or Dissertation
Issuance: monographic
Date Issued: 1995
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University
Place of Publication: Boca Raton, Fla.
Physical Form: application/pdf
Extent: 127 p.
Language(s): English
Summary: In many scientific and signal processing applications, there are increasing demands for large volume and high speed computations, which call for not only high-speed low power computing hardware, but also for novel approaches in developing new algorithms and architectures. This thesis is concerned with the development of such architectures and algorithms suitable for the VLSI implementation of recursive and nonrecursive 1-dimension digital filters using multiple slower processing elements. As the background for the development, vectorization techniques such as state-space modeling, block processing, and look ahead computation are introduced. Concurrent architectures such as systolic arrays, wavefront arrays and appropriate parallel filter realizations such as lattice, all-pass, and wave filters are reviewed. A fully hardware efficient systolic array architecture termed as Multiplexed Block-State Filter is proposed for the high speed implementation of lattice and direct realizations of digital filters. The thesis also proposes a new simplified algorithm, Alternate Pole Pairing Algorithm, for realizing an odd order recursive filter as the sum of two all-pass filters. Performance of the proposed schemes are verified through numerical examples and simulation results.
Identifier: 15155 (digitool), FADT15155 (IID), fau:11928 (fedora)
Collection: FAU Electronic Theses and Dissertations Collection
Note(s): Graduate College
Thesis (M.S.E.)--Florida Atlantic University, 1995.
Subject(s): Integrated circuits--Very large scale integration
Parallel processing (Electronic computers)
Computer network architectures
Algorithms (Data processing)
Digital integrated circuits
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