Chaitali Chakrabarti

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In this paper, we propose an architecture that performs the forward and inverse discrete wavelet transform (DWT) using a lifting-based scheme for the set of seven filters proposed in JPEG2000. The architecture consists of two row processors, two column processors, and two memory modules. Each processor contains two adders, one multiplier, and one shifter.(More)
The physical layer of most wireless protocols is traditionally implemented in custom hardware to satisfy the heavy computational requirements while keeping power consumption to a minimum. These implementations are time consuming to design and difficult to verify. A programmable hardware platform capable of supporting software implementations of the physical(More)
This paper presents a wide range of algorithms and architectures for computing the 1-D and 2-D Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT), and the 1-D and 2-D Continuous Wavelet Transform (CWT). The algorithms and architectures presented here are independent of the size and nature of the wavelet function. New on-line algorithms are proposed for the DWT and the CWT(More)
In the past decade, the proliferation of mobile devices has increased at a spectacular rate. There are now more than 3.3 billion active cell phones in the world-a device that we now all depend on in our daily lives. The current generation of devices employs a combination of general-purpose processors, digital signal processors, and hardwired accelerators to(More)
Dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) is a well-known low power design technique that reduces the processor energy by slowing down the DVS processor and stretching the task execution time. But in a DVS system consisting of a DVS processor and multiple devices, slowing down the processor increases the device energy consumption and thereby the system-level energy(More)
Dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) is a well-known low-power design technique that reduces the processor energy by slowing down the DVS processor and stretching the task execution time. However, in a DVS system consisting of a DVS processor and multiple devices, slowing down the processor increases the device energy consumption and thereby the system-level(More)
This paper presents resource and latency constrained scheduling algorithms to minimize power/energy consumption when the resources operate at multiple voltages (5 V, 3.3 V, 2.4 V, and 1.5 V). The proposed algorithms are based on efficient distribution of slack among the nodes in the data-flow graph. The distribution procedure tries to implement the minimum(More)