Real-time Computational Needs of a Multisensor Feature-Based Range-Estimation Method

Raymond Suorsa, Banavar Sridhar, and Terrence W. Fong
SPIE Sensor Fusion and Aerospace Applications, March, 1993.


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Abstract
This paper describes the computational needs of a parallel feature-based range-estimation method developed by NASA Ames. Issues of processing-element performance, load balancing, and data-flow bandwidth are addressed along with a performance review of two architectures on which the feature-based method has been implemented.

Keywords
parallel processing, optical flow

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Text Reference
Raymond Suorsa, Banavar Sridhar, and Terrence W. Fong, "Real-time Computational Needs of a Multisensor Feature-Based Range-Estimation Method," SPIE Sensor Fusion and Aerospace Applications, March, 1993.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Fong_1993_3184,
   author = "Raymond Suorsa and Banavar Sridhar and Terrence W Fong",
   title = "Real-time Computational Needs of a Multisensor Feature-Based Range-Estimation Method",
   booktitle = "SPIE Sensor Fusion and Aerospace Applications",
   publisher = "SPIE",
   month = "March",
   year = "1993",
}