A low power reprogrammable parallel processing VLSI architecture for computation of B-spline based medical image processing system for fast characterization of tiny objects suspended in cellular fluid

@article{Mondal2005ALP,
  title={A low power reprogrammable parallel processing VLSI architecture for computation of B-spline based medical image processing system for fast characterization of tiny objects suspended in cellular fluid},
  author={Sabyasachi Mondal and Arijit K De and P. K. Biswas},
  journal={18th International Conference on VLSI Design held jointly with 4th International Conference on Embedded Systems Design},
  year={2005},
  pages={147-152}
}
In this paper a novel medical image processing system is discussed. The core of the system is developed using a 16-bit fixed-point parallel architecture B-spline signal processing system. The statistical measure of finite word length effect is analytically developed. A modified algorithm for the reduced hardware reprogrammable interpolator has been designed. Finally some suitable modification in the hardware is made to reduce the power consumption.