An efficient architecture for
solving the recursive convolution equation
99. B. B. Zhou and R. P. Brent,
An efficient architecture for solving
the recursive convolution equation with high throughput,
Proceedings of the First IASTED International Symposium on Signal
Processing and its Applications
(edited by B. Boashash),
Institution of Engineers, Australia, Vol. 2, 1987, 771-775.
Paper: pdf (564K).
The recursive convolution equation plays a very important role in
digital signal processing. In this paper we derive a 2D systolic
architecture for solving the recursive convolution equation.
Our solution has twice the throughput of a recent proposal by
Robert and Tchuente [J. VLSI and Computer Systems 1, 4, 398-407]
at the expense of using twice the area.
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