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Evaluation Of 3D Voxel Rendering Algorithms For Real-Time Interaction On An SIMD Graphics Processor

Don Schreiter, John B. Zimmerman, Roger H. Schneider, Samuel J. Dwyer III
1988 Medical Imaging II  
The quality of the images produced was not high, but allowed the determination of an image orientation which could then be used by a later high-quality rendering technique.  ...  Real-time interactions, such as image rotation, utilize the motion processing capabilities of the human visual system, allowing a better understanding of the structures being imaged.  ...  Second, the correct algorithm to use for fast rendering of volume data is highly dependent upon the architecture of the display processor, and in particular upon the ability of the processor to randomly  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.968779 fatcat:agsqksianfgfrmdsreinidcex4

A Distributed Frame Buffer within a Window-Oriented High Performance Graphics System [chapter]

Thomas Haaker, Harald Selzer, Hans Joseph
1991 Advances in Computer Graphics Hardware IV  
Several functions of a window management system like clipping at arbitrarily shaped window boundaries, fast copying of windows and performing Bit-Block-Transfer operations (BitBIT) are performed by hardware  ...  This paper presents the architecture of a graphics engine designed to meet the above requirements. Utilizing a distributed frame buffer pixel access with a high bandwidth is achieved.  ...  A system architecture is needed where many processors perform all these tasks in order to achieve fast image generation and manipulation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-76298-7_15 fatcat:h4zvdv3befdobia3vyuot456vm

A Fast, Real-Time Processor for Speckle Interferometry

T. W. Cole
1980 Publications Astronomical Society of Australia  
A second exposure 10 or so milliseconds later will show a different pattern of structure because the atmospheric irregularities will have changed.  ...  When a short exposure is taken of an image, the seeing disc (typically several seconds of arc across) is seen to contain structure (speckles) down to the resolution limit of the telescope (0″.03 arc for  ...  It will act as a display for the full 64 x 64 point processor and will be able to handle over 50 images per second -more than adequate to achieve a unique form of real-time speckle interferometry processor  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1323358000018609 fatcat:nkek6hnccvda7lwchcqcmd5wxa

Framework For Efficient Cosimulation And Fast Prototyping On Multi-Components With Aaa Methodology: Lar Codec Study Case

Erwan Flécher, Mickael Raulet, Ghislain Roquier, Marie Babel, O. Deforges
2007 Zenodo  
The architecture is modeled by non-oriented hypergraph in which each vertex is a processor (component) and each hyper-edge represents a communication medium.  ...  We have developed a Matlab toolbox that includes RAG manipulation and display functions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.40543 fatcat:rf3kwvaherfv5mckeubyqojiru

Orientation-Selective VLSI Retina

Tim Allen, Carver Mead, Federico Faggin, Glenn Gribble, T. Russell Hsing
1988 Visual Communications and Image Processing '88: Third in a Series  
We have constructed a silicon VLSI device containing an array of photoreceptors with additional hardware for computing center -surround (edge-enhanced) response as well as edge orientation at every point  ...  Because computing the edge orientations in the array local to each photoreceptor would have made each pixel-computation unit too large (thereby reducing the resolution of the device), we devised a novel  ...  As long as the sample-and-hold chains and the orientation processors are able to operate as fast as does the scanner, the loss of parallelism will not matter.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.969056 fatcat:fyihuttsszbj3bsbgjlrg3kpoe

Point-driven Generation of Images from a Hierarchical Data Structure [article]

Dirk De Jong, Paul Van Siobbe, Marinus Van Splunter
1988 Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH/EUROGRAPHICS conference on Graphics hardware - HWWS '04  
In this paper, a system IS described which renders an image from a hierarchical data structure in a point-driven way.  ...  This test enables a fast pruning of the tree for every query point.  ...  A user can specify the address of an object (primitive or composed). Display Device Figure 4 : An overview of the structure processor and its environment.  ... 
doi:10.2312/eggh/eggh88/027-039 fatcat:qa7aq6y44ba2basgnpaclu3hey

Page 56 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 35, Issue 2 [page]

2001 The Information Management Journal  
Most information retrieval is page oriented, as are most document navigation and display tools, due to the paper- replica orientation of the Adobe envi- ronment.  ...  Information content can be stored in an XML document and then processed with HTML, a word processor, Adobe Acrobat, or database software.  ... 

A Vector-like Architecture for Raster Graphics [article]

Varol Akman, Paul Ten Hagen, Fons Kuijk
1987 Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH/EUROGRAPHICS conference on Graphics hardware - HWWS '04  
Our work is decidedly in contrast with several current research efforts in the area of graphics hardware where it is commonplace to simply put several processors into a cooperative effort to share the  ...  total burden, with each processor taking responsibility for part of the work.  ...  for NP-complete prob lems by running a bounded (in the problem size) number of processors in parallel.  ... 
doi:10.2312/eggh/eggh87/137-152 fatcat:u4oqqza2lrhfhnmp55l4mgmo3a

Mobile Animation Algorithm for Cyber Museum [chapter]

Sung-Soo Hong, Sang-Kil Kim
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Communication technologies have been brought tremendous change to various aspects of an ever-fast changing world at present.  ...  For instance, in Cyber Clam Museum, the visual processes were used to design a screen with a realistic image and create a system that makes possible show at 360.  ...  The animation algorithm consists of an Init processor, a Display processor, a Zoom processor, and a Speed processor and all processors run by calling a run processor.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44864-0_61 fatcat:txaxbgaaw5ap3hlehja34ceape

Computer vision for interactive computer graphics

W.T. Freeman, D.B. Anderson, P. Beardsley, C.N. Dodge, M. Roth, C.D. Weissman, W.S. Yerazunis, H. Kage, I. Kyuma, Y. Miyake, K. Tanaka
1998 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
This orientation histogram method is most appropriate for close-ups of the hand. A uniform background provides the best results. The processing is fast on a conventional general-purpose processor.  ...  We also developed a special image detector/ processor that further reduces costs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/38.674971 fatcat:lnjool4zuvabjezih3sfwfdnbq

Vestibular coriolis effect differences modeled with three-dimensional linear-angular interactions

Jan E Holly
2004 Journal of Vestibular Research-Equilibrium & Orientation  
For example, during head roll tilt in a rotating chair, the magnitude of perceptual disturbance is affected by a number of factors, including acceleration or deceleration of the chair rotation or a zero-g  ...  Therefore, it has been suggested that linear-angular interactions play a role.  ...  This polyhedron with clear angular features is used in order to facilitate the three-dimensional display of orientation.  ... 
pmid:15735327 fatcat:iz3hrrrlzzgrho6ucekcda22hm

Page 22 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 37, Issue 11 [page]

1986 Journal of Systems Management  
Display-list processors will accomplish transformations where the viewpoint is changed instead of the image.  ...  New computer applications will incorporate the tools of CG, and will provide for a more visual, image- oriented approach than in the past.  ... 

Systems for 3D Display in Medical Imaging [chapter]

Stephen M. Pizer
1986 Pictorial Information Systems in Medicine  
Reflective displays are produced by shaded graphics, which require raster graphics hardware: a. frame buffer, sca.n-out components, a.nd often a processqr.  ...  Hardware to ~~ speed display transformations is presently becoming The structures of both the standard and fast systems will be described.  ...  If this processor is not fast enough to transform all of the points in one display cycle, as is commonly the case, a useful approach is that of successive refinement, in which a selected group of points  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-82384-8_7 fatcat:yjs3to6jezaxbiww35s6qsqbkq

Monitor System for Protection Device Based on Embedded RTOS

Yang WANG, Xianggen YIN, Zhe ZHANG
2009 Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications  
Although it has bigger size and costs more resource, it becomes more appropriate for embedded system with the fast development of processors and memory now.  ...  Supply High-Performance Display Effect It is a reason for choosing QT/Embedded, which can improve display effect of monitor system remarkable.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jemaa.2009.14037 fatcat:cboni7gwivfifho2nwkxyyt2ai

Parallel Subpixel Scanconversion [article]

Ute Claussen
1987 Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH/EUROGRAPHICS conference on Graphics hardware - HWWS '04  
"IntroductionComputer graphics and its subsections image processing, image analysis and image generation are known to be a wide field for the application of parallel architectures.  ...  A short exam ple will clarify this: Suppose a number of N processors (equal to the number of objects), M\ XM2 pixels on the raster display and an expected time tp of process ing per pixel.  ...  System Architecture scanning of N objects on a M I X M 2 pixel raster display, the problem of subpixel scanconversion is described by: scanning of N' objects on a M'XM' (suh-)pixel raster display (jor  ... 
doi:10.2312/eggh/eggh87/155-166 fatcat:rm3nuw2i7jemhcjir524mx4hvy
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