Algorithmically Specialized Parallel Computers

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Lawrence Snyder, Dennis B. Gannon, Leah H. Jamieson, Howard J. Siegel
Academic Press, 1985 - Computers - 252 pages

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Contents

ALGORITHMIC SPECIALIZATION USING WLSI
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Numbers in parentheses indicate the pages on which the authors contributions
35
H T KUNG 47 Department of Computer Science CarnegieMellon
47
INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURES
55
KENNETH E BATCHER 59 Digital Technology Department
59
Image Processing Research
69
Display
79
Recursive Machines
95
A VLSI Array Processor for Image Processing
159
Computer Architectures Specialized for Mathematical
169
Pyramid Multicomputers and Extensions
177
SPECIALIZED ARCHITECTURES FOR NUMERICAL
187
S Y KUNG 201 Department of Electrical EngineeringSystems
201
Development and Use of an Asynchronous MIMD
213
Two Parallel Formulations of ParticleinCell Models
223
Mathematical HardwareDesign Issues
233

Algorithms + Alchemy Architectures
105
ARCHITECTURES AND ALGORITHMS FOR DIGITAL
115
JANICE E CUNY 7 Computer Sciences Department Purdue
139
Algorithms and Architectures for Speech Understanding
149
DOES GENERAL PURPOSE MEAN GOOD
243
Does General Purpose Mean Good for Nothing?
249
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About the author (1985)

Larry Snyder was the chairman of the National Research Council's (NRC) committee that issued the report, "Being Fluent with Information Technology." It is this NRC committee funded by the National Science Foundation that identified the three types of knowledge needed in Fluency. Larry received his BA in 1968 from the University of Iowa and his Ph.D. in 1973 at Carnegie Mellon. He taught at schools such as Yale, MIT, Harvard, and Syndey University before settling down at the University of Washington in 1983, where he is currently a professor of computer science and engineering.

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