Christophe van Praet

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Backward masking with a homophonic mask induces better target recognition than backward masking with a graphemic mask that shares the same letters with the target as the homophonic mask. From this, the existence of automatic prelexical phonological recoding in silent word reading has been inferred. The present experiments, however, show that the advantage(More)
—Wireless networks have recently evolved to very complex systems, due to the increasing diversity of competing radio technologies, applications and service providers which coexist in the same environments. In such a scenario, we argue that performance optimization cannot only rely on advanced hardware platforms and radio capabilities, but mainly depends on(More)
This letter proposes a fast parallel and deeply pipelined architecture for realtime H.264 intra 4×4 prediction capable of handling up to 32 High Definition video streams (1920 × 1080 @ 30 fps) simultaneously , while offering high flexibility and consuming only a fraction of resources available on modern FPGA's. The design has been validated on target using(More)
Quarter-pel (q-pel) motion compensation (MC) is one of the features of H.264/AVC that aids in attaining a much better compression factor than what was possible in preceding standards. The better performance however also brings higher requirements for computational complexity and memory access. This article describes a novel data storage and the associated(More)
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