James Kohout

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It is argued that the problem of protection, of controJling mutual access rights to shared resources, is a topic appropriately treated as a major component of general systems theory. Although most widely studied and developed in the context of computer systems, protection models arc equally applicable to biological systems, such as those involved in(More)
Rapid increases in the complexity of algorithms for real-time signal processing applications have led to performance requirements exceeding the capabilities of conventional digital signal processor (DSP) architectures. Many applications, such as autonomous sonar arrays, are distributed in nature and amenable to parallel computing on embedded systems(More)
Rapid increases in the complexity of algorithms for real-time signal processing applications have led to performance requirements exceeding the capabilities of conventional digital signal processor (DSP) architectures. Many applications, such as autonomous sonar arrays, are distributed in nature and amenable to parallel computing on embedded systems(More)
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