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A Systolic Signal Processor for Recursive Filtering,
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS INC PALO ALTO CA
This paper describes the design of a systolic signal processor for recursive Kalman filtering. The architecture of the processor is based on mapping the Kalman filter equations onto a linearly connected systolic array. A successful prototype of the systolic Kalman filter processor has been constructed using state-of-the-art VLSI components. The systolic processor is well-suited for recursive filtering, beam forming, target tracking, image processing and radar signal processing. Author
This article is from 'Proceedings of USC (University of Southern California) Workshop on VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) & Modern Signal Processing, held at Los Angeles, California on 1-3 November 1982,' AD-A136 855, p134-138.