David W. L. Yen

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1 groups or departments of scientists and engineers.' I t costs about the same as a high-end superminicomputer ($500,000 to $1 million), but it can achieve about one-third t o one-half the performance of a supercomputer costing $10 to $20 million. This results from using high-speed, air-cooled, emitter-coupled logic technology in a product that includes(More)
The storage requirements for component labeling and feature extraction operations are unknown a priori. Whenever large images are processed, many labels, and thus a large amount of storage, may be required, making hardware implementation difficult. The proposed labeling procedure eliminates memory overflow by enabling the reuse of memory locations in which(More)
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