James F. Frenzel

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A single-chip shared-memory multiprocessor architecture is introduced which is particularly well suited to common bioinformatic computing tasks. The architecture uses asynchronous bus interfaces to create an integrated circuit design methodology allowing for scaling of the multiprocessor with very little design effort. A key aspect of this design(More)
A high level overview of a supercomputer-on-chip (SCoC) architecture is given which is particularly well suited to common bioinformatic computing tasks. The architecture uses asynchronous bus interfaces to create an application specific integrated circuit design methodology allowing for scaling of SCoCs with very little design effort. Standard processors(More)
An effort has been initiated to develop a portable system capable of measuring the magnetic signature of a surface ship. The system will employ a formation of multiple AUVs, each equipped with a magnetometer. The objective is to measure total magnetic field at specified locations relative to the surface ship. In the first step of system development, an(More)
An artificial neuron with Schmitt trigger action potential pulsed outputs demonstrating pulse-width modulation capability is presented. One signal processing application of this capability is the mimicking of neuronal burst phenomena without the need for explicitly generating burst trains of individual pulses. Introduction: The width of an output action(More)