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A 345 Mpixels/s coarse-grained reconfigurable image stream processor (CRISP) is proposed and implemented with 5 mm<sup>2</sup> area in 0.18 mum CMOS technology for the image pipelines of digital still cameras and video camcoders. The novel CRISP architecture with scalable reconfigurable stage processing elements and reconfigurable interconnection could(More)
False memories arise when people 'remember' experiences that have never occurred. Using the Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) paradigm, researchers have demonstrated that participants tend to falsely recognize non-studied words (lures) that are associated to previously studied words. Several questions, however, remain regarding the neurocognitive basis of(More)
30 The mobile society: effects of global sourcing and network organisation Milan Zeleny 41 Array-based logic for realising inference engine in mobile applications Reggie Davidrajuh 58 Knowledge transformation for education in software engineering Cat Kutay and Aybüke Aurum 81 Activity theory for designing mobile learning Lorna Uden Int. at Austin. He(More)
This paper presents a novel preview-based coarse-CCD Balance Interpolation Correction filtering D grain reconfigurable image signal processor (CRISP) for digital sensor still cameras (DSCs). The two modes in DSCs, which have quite different hardware considerations, make traditional implementa-Fig. 1. Image processing pipeline example for preview mode. tion(More)
Neural correlates of explicit and implicit memory tend to co-occur and are therefore difficult to measure independently, posing problems for understanding the unique nature of different types of memory processing. To circumvent this problem, we developed an experimental design wherein subjects acquired information from words presented in a subliminal(More)
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