Microsystems Technology for Multimedia Applications: An Introduction
Bing Jay Sheu
IEEE, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 713 pages
Current interest in NAD (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) in biological systems focuses on its role in ADP-ribose transfer reactions. These appear to be fundamentally involved in the regulation of many physiological processes. The contributions in this monograph thus represent the range of research in the very active investigation of niacin metabolism. The major topics covered are:??? - Enzymology of ADP-Ribosylation - ADP-Ribosylation and Chromatin Function - Carcinogenesis and Differentiation - NAD Metabolism and Chemotherapy - ADP-Ribosylation and Signal Transduction - Molecular Genetic Approaches to.
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VIDEO TRANSMISSION OVER ATM NETWORKS
COMPACT MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS IN MULTICHIP
MPEG VIDEO CODING STANDARDS
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algorithm amplifier analog analog circuits applications architecture BiCMOS bipolar bit rate block cell Cellular Neural Networks CELP channel chaotic chip Circuits and Systems CMOS coder coefficients communication components continuous-time decoder developed devices differential pair digit-serial discrete-time dynamic encoding equation error example Figure filter bank FPGAs frame frequency function hardware IEEE IEEE Trans image compression implementation input stage integrated interconnect interface layer linear logic look-ahead loop lossy macroblock method MIDAS modulator motion compensation motion vector MPEG multimedia multiple neurons node noise nonlinear opamp operation optimal output parameters performance picture pipelining pixel prediction Proc quantization routing samples sequence shown in Fig signal processing spatial spectrum speech standard structure subband switching synthesis techniques template transconductance transistors transmission video coding video compression VLSI voltage wavelet transform