Anuradha, VK and Visvanathan, V (1994) A CORDIC Based Programmable DXT Processor Array. In: Seventh International Conference on VLSI Design, 1994, 5-8 January, Kolkata, pp. 343-348.
A CORDIC based processor array which can be programmed by switch settings to compute the Discrete Hariley, Cosine or Sine Transforms or their in verses is described. Through a novel formulation of the transform computations in the CORDIC framework, N-point transforms are mapped on to a linear array of [N/2] +1 CORDIC processors with minimal control overhead to incorporate the programmability.
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