Parallel Hardware Architectures
for the Life Sciences
By Avi Epstein
Delft University Press
165 pages, Illustrated, 6 ½" x 9 ½"
$69.50 Paper Original
OUT OF PRINT
This is a Ph.D. thesis. This thesis discusses instrumentation architectures for applications in the life sciences, mostly for data acquisition and real-time data processing. Contents include: General introduction, Parallel architectures, Multiprocessor system for a stem quadrant detector, Design of a parallel and pipelined DSP system for fast protein sequence homologies, Fast wire per wire x-ray data acquisition system for time-resolved small angle scattering experiments, A fast position encoding system for a delay line based gas filled area detector, A parallel systolic array ASIC for real time execution of the hough transform, A systolic array architecture for complex motif search applicants, Discussion.
Biology; Data Processing
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