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FIGURE 11.1 Discrete Time Signals.
FIGURE 11.2 Step Function.
FIGURE 11.3 Impulse Function.
FIGURE 11.4 Add Function.
FIGURE 11.5 Multiply Function.
FIGURE 11.6 Delay Function.
FIGURE 11.7 Feedforward System.
FIGURE 11.8 Feedback System.
FIGURE 11.9 Codec Connection to an E6xx Series Device.
FIGURE SIMD Instruction.
FIGURE Input Sample Waveform for Benchmarks.
FIGURE Block Diagram of a Typical Ultrasound Imaging Application.
FIGURE Block Diagram of the Receive Beam Former.
FIGURE Simplified Block Diagram of the Receive Beam Former.
FIGURE Block Diagram of the Envelope Detector.
FIGURE Polar-to-Cartesian Conversion of a Hypothetically Scanned Rectangular Object.
FIGURE Illustration of the Process for Obtaining the Output Pixel Values.
Listing 11.1 Shuffle Behavior
Listing 11.2 Complex Reciprocal Using Intrinsics
Listing 11.3 Simple Vector Multiply Loop.
Listing 11.4 Explicitly Dont Vectorize Loop.
Listing 11.5 Aligned Vectors.
Listing 11.6 Vectorized Assuming No Data Dependency.
Listing 11.7 Memory Alignment Property and Discarding Assumed Data Dependences.
Listing 11.8 FIR Filter C Code Example
Listing 11.9 FIR Using Intel Performance Primitives.
Listing FIR Using Intel Performance Primitives.
Listing Code Sample for Envelope Detector.
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© 2010 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Addison Wesley is an imprint of Chapter 11: Structure and Union Types Problem Solving & Program Design.
SUBTRACTING INTEGERS 1. CHANGE THE SUBTRACTION SIGN TO ADDITION 2. TAKE THE INVERSE OF THE SECOND NUMBER 3. FOLLOW THE RULES FOR ADDITION 4. ADD THE OPPOSITE.
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