A Programming Environment for Parallel Vision Algorithms.
Annual rept. Feb 85-Feb 86,
ROCHESTER UNIV NY DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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During the first year of the award period, the Computer Science Department of the University of Rochester has pursued three main lines of work systems support algorithms, Butterfly programming environment, and vision applications. Todays multiprocessor computer architectures are not efficiently programmed or even conceptualized with standard computer languages, and their operating systems and debugging tools are also challengingly different. The University of Rochester is doing work in the area of tools for controlling large-grain parallelism, as one finds in a distributed multiprocessor application like the Autonomous Land Vehicle, or in tightly coupled processors like the Hypercube or the Butterfly Parallel Processor. Author
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware
- Optical Detection and Detectors