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- Mar 9 2017, 6:07 PM (136 w, 5 d)
Mar 17 2017
A useful resource for pipelined convolution implementation: https://daim.idi.ntnu.no/masteroppgaver/013/13656/masteroppgave.pdf
Mar 13 2017
Some points regarding sensor and battery supply specifications:
Mar 10 2017
- I had in mind techniques that could be used for blurring, sharpening, un-sharpening, embossing, etc. I am not sure if any of these are already implemented, but my idea is to develop a common module in Verilog that can accept kernel of any size (e.g, 3*3 or 5*5) and produce the desired effect on image. For example, the user could input a kernel of size 5*5 to produce Gaussian blur.
Mar 9 2017
I am a final year undergraduate student at National University of Sciences and Technology, with a major in Electrical Engineering. I participated in GSOC last year with TimeLab organisation and developed a time series simulator in Python.
I have a particular interest in parallel hardware programming. Recently, as a part of my semester project, I implemented a pipelined version of Convolutional Neural Network on FPGA using Verilog.