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Single-Instruction Multiple-Data (SIMD) instructions provide an inexpensive way to exploit the Data-Level Parallelism in multimedia applications. However, the performance improvement obtained by employing SIMD instructions is often limited because frequently many overhead instructions are required to bring data in a form amenable to SIMD processing. In this paper, we employ two techniques to overcome this limitation. The first technique, extended subwords, uses four extra bits for every byte indoi:10.1007/s10766-006-0015-0 fatcat:j2eavkv3engmbcjtiqtcqiztoi