Processor for performing two-dimensional inverse discrete cosine transform

Jar-Ferr Yang (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

A processor is provided for transforming N.times.N discrete cosine transform (DCT) coefficients F.sub.uv inputted from a run-length-code 5 (RLC) decoder and arranged in an input order into an image data f.sub.jk in an integrated circuit through a 2-D inverse discrete cosine transform (IDCT) procedure wherein subscripts u and v of DCT coefficients F.sub.uv are input frequency indices respectively having least significant bits (LSB) u.sub.0 and v.sub.0 having an exclusive-OR (XOR) and subscripts j and k of image data f.sub.jk are spatial indices generated by the integrated circuit, which comprises a cosine pre-multiplier array for computing cosine-weighted DCT coefficients, a principal subkernel mapper utilizing the cosine-weighted DCT coefficients by first referring to the indices u and v for forming a principal N/2.times.N/2 subkernel-weighted matrix F.sub.uv C.sub.1.sup.uv, an N.times
Translated title of the contributionProcessor for performing two-dimensional inverse discrete cosine transform
Original languageEnglish
Patent number5825420
Publication statusPublished - 1800

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