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Abstract The problems of efficient data storage and data retrieval are important issues in the design of image database systems. A data structure called a 2-D string, which represents symbolic… Expand
The authors show that the polynomial residue number system can be interpreted in terms of the Chinese remainder theorem for polynomials (CRTP) over a finite ring which is useful for signal… Expand
Abstract In this paper, a novel view of the two-dimensional discrete Hartley transform (2-D DHT) is proposed. We show that the 2-D DHT can be obtained by projecting the two-dimensional discrete… Expand
This paper focuses on the functional equivalence of the interconnection networks, which perhaps can be viewed as the semantic of networks. It presents an algebra, via classical concepts of Kronecker… Expand
In this correspondence, we show that the discrete cosine transform (DCT) can be obtained by projecting the discrete Fourier transform from the extension field to the basefield. Applying the framework… Expand
Abstract The polynomial residue number system (PRNS) has been considered as a useful tool for digital signal processing (DSP) since it can support parallel, carry-free, high speed arithmetic with… Expand