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Title of Thesis

Efficient Architectures for High Speed Lossiess Data Compression and FIR Filter Implimentation

Author(s)

Rizwana Mehboob

Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering / University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila
Session
2010
Subject
Engineering Computer
Number of Pages
97
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Lossless, Efficient, Method, Implimentation, Speed, Design, Architectural, High, Matrix, Compression,

Abstract
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1 0 CONTENTS

 

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INTRODUCTION

1.1 Data Compression
1.2 WAN Optimization for Enterprise Network Extension
1.3 Digital FIR Filters
1.4 Overview of the Dissertation
1.5 References

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3 2 LOSSLESS DATA COMPRESSION: AN OVERVIEW

2.1 Requirement of Data Compression
2.2 Lossless vs. Lossy Compression
2.3 Lossless Data Compression Methods
2.4 Conclusions
2.5 References

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4 3 HIGH SPEED ARCHITECTURES FOR LOSSLESS DATA COMPRESSION ALGORITHMS

3.1 Proposed LZ77 Hardware Realization
3.2 Unfolded Parallel Architecture
3.3 Super-unfolded Architecture
3.4 Pipelined Architecture
3.5 Results
3.6 Conclusions
3.7 References

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5 4 MULTI-GIG LOSSLESS DATA COMPRESSION DEVICE FOR ENTERPRISE NETWORK

4.1 Data Compression in Enterprise Network Architecture
4.2 Compression Device
4.3 High Throughput Compression Architecture
4.4 Conclusions
4.5 Reference

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6 5 CONSTANT COEFFICIENT DIGITAL FIR FILTERS: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION

5.1 Overview of Digital FIR Filter
5.2 Hardware Implementation Issues
5.3 Digital FIR Filter Design Parameters
5.4 Conclusions
5.5 References

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HARDWARE EFFICIENT FILTER IMPLEMENTATION

6.1 Effects of Coefficient Quantization
6.2 FIR Filters with varying Quantization Levels
6.3 Proposed Design Methodology
6.4 Hardware Implementation and Results
6.5 Conclusions
6.6 References

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CONCLUSIONS

 

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