### Table 4: Hardware implementation costs.

1995

"... In PAGE 7: ...able 3: Maximum diameter of 2-dimensional mesh networks with random faults. ...... 39 Table4 : Hardware implementation costs.... ..."

### Table 2: Implementation Cost on FPGA

"... In PAGE 20: ...Table 2: Implementation Cost on FPGA Design LUTs Flip- Flops Block RAMs CLB Slices I/O Blocks Median, Erosion amp; Dilation 406 298 2 (1%) 652 (3%) 145 (35 %) 5x5 Convolution div by 115 1040 926 4 (2%) 994 (5%) 145 (35%) 5x5 Convolution div by shift ( gt; gt; 7) 597 802 4 (2%) 1035 (5%) 145 (35%) 3x3 Convolution direct multiplication 735 442 2 (1%) 479 (2%) 145 (35%) 3x3 Convolution LUT based Multiplication 384 428 2 (1%) 479 (2%) 145 (35%) Edge Detection 945 807 4 (2%) 1820 (10%) 145 (35%) Table2 lists the detailed implementation cost on hardware and Figure 15 shows the output of hardware implemented images using Handel-C. Table 3, compares the architecture proposed with the standard C implementations and with design implemented using SAC language [35].... ..."

### Table 3: The implementation cost of the equalization and the Rotor Property

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... We have shown that, independently of the number of sub-channels used, is possible to implement at least 1- tap FEQ (the case when we disregard the TEQ) with a single DSP. In Table3 , we give the maximum number of taps that could be used according to the number of sub- channels N. Table 3: The implementation cost of the equalization and the Rotor Property ... ..."

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### Table 1. Implementation costs for the Millennium watermarking system.

2000

"... In PAGE 7: ... The FPGA platform is most relevant for DVD. The FPGA implementation is characterized by the numbers in the first row of Table1 . The numbers in the second row characterizes an IC implementation of the watermark de- tector, where the functionality of the ROM (the secret watermark noise pattern) has been replaced by a random number generator.... ..."

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### Table 1. Implementation Costs for the Millennium Watermarking System.

"... In PAGE 8: ... The FPGA platform is most relevant for DVD. The FPGA implementation is characterized by the numbers in the first row of Table1 . The numbers in the second row characterizes an IC implementation of the watermark de- tector, where the functionality of the ROM (the secret watermark noise pattern) has been replaced by a random number generator.... ..."

### Table 1. Parallel implementation costs per epoch.

1998

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### TABLE III Comparison of performance of the estimation and implementation costs Benchmark Var/Deg/ Estimated Cost Implementation Cost

2007

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### Table 1: Costs on the implementation platform. All costs

### Table 2: Implementation and computational cost in the

2000

"... In PAGE 4: ...terations are needed for steps 6.3#7B6.6. This calculation requires one scalar division and two vector multiplications. One iteration of the DC-TEQ-cancellation method is given in Table2 . The DC-TEQ-cancellation method does not require Cholesky decomposition, eigenvalue decomposition, or matrix inversion, unlike the maxi- mum SSNR method in #5B3#5D.... In PAGE 4: ... The second tap g of the DC- TEQ-cancellation method decreases while the number of taps increases. Therefore, we set the stopping crite- rion in Table2 , and the SSNR does not change after 4 taps. The DC-TEQ-cancellation with heuristic search yields SSNR values of about 1 dB lower than the DC- TEQ-cancellation method.... ..."

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### Table 5: Implementation Cost Comparison Design T CPU Cost Cost Area

"... In PAGE 6: ... Second, for a fixed clock period T, us- ing CSA generates more efficient implementations because a fast carry-propagation operation is costly. Table5 compares the design cost using our method with that of [6] for a range of clock peri- ods. A in the table indicates that the problem is infeasible.... In PAGE 6: ... A in the table indicates that the problem is infeasible. We also observe from Table5 that our method achieves increased savings for high-speed applications. This is consistent with our in- tuition that when the timing constraint is loose, we can use vector- merge representation for all signals, which requires low register cost.... In PAGE 6: ... This could be achieved easily with the slowest carry-ripple adder to perform carry-propagation, which has low implementa- tion cost. Table5 shows that designs up to 28.2% faster and 47.... ..."