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Guest Editor: JOSEF A. NOSSEK it is a specific factor of the magazine of VLSI sign Processing comprising 8 contributions invited for publica­ tion at the foundation of novel paintings provided in a different consultation on "Parallel Processing on VLSI Arrays" on the foreign Symposium on Circuits and platforms (ISCAS) held in New Orleans in may well 1990. great parallelism to deal with high-speed requisites stemming from real-time purposes and the limitations in architectural and circuit layout, resembling regularity and native connectedness, led to by way of the VLSI know-how are the foremost questions addressed in those 8 papers. they are often grouped into 3 subsections elaborating on: • Simulation of continuing actual structures, i. e. , numerically fixing partial differential equations. • Neural architectures for photo processing and development reputation. • Systolic architectures for enforcing ordinary and abnormal algorithms in VLSI know-how. The paper by way of A. Fettweis and O. Nitsche advocates a sign processing technique for the numerical integration of partial differential equations (PD Es). it really is according to the foundations of multidimensional wave electronic filters (MDWDFs) thereby conserving the passivity of power dissipating actual platforms. it really is relatively fitted to structures ofPDEs related to time and finite propagation velocity. the elemental rules are defined utilizing Maxwell's equa­ tions as a automobile for the derivation of a multidimensional similar circuit representing the spatially infinitely prolonged association with simply only a few circuit elements.

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