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1977 11th Asilomar Conference on Circuits, Systems and Computers, 1977. Conference Record. (1977)
Pacific Grove, CA, USA
Nov. 7, 1977 to Nov. 9, 1977
ISSN: 1058-6393

Adaptive Noise Cancelling Via Input Equalization (PDF)

M.G. Larimore , University of Colorado
pp. 304-309

Sanctuary Signal Processing Requirements (PDF)

J.S. Bailey , Technology Service Corporation
pp. 310-315

Multiple Coherence (PDF)

R. Trueblood , ARPA Acoustic Research Center
pp. 327-333

Initial Design Considerations For A Hierarchical Ic Design System (PDF)

W.M. vanCleemput , Digital Systems Laboratory Stanford University
pp. 334-341

Analytical And Experimental Analysis Of Routing Algorithms (PDF)

M.F. Kelly , University of California, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory
pp. 362-369

Hamiltonian Rectangular Lattices (PDF)

B.R. Myers , College of Engineering and Science University of Maine
pp. 380-383

An Adaptive Forecasting Algorithm (PDF)

H.F. VanLandingham , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
pp. 416-418

Ladder Forms Lin Estimation And System Identification (PDF)

M. Morf , Information Systems Laboratory Stanford University
pp. 424-429

A New Look At Broad-banding (PDF)

H.J. Carlin , Cornell University
pp. 445-447

Integrated Input Circuits For Photo Detectors (PDF)

G.C. Temes , Science Center, Rockwell International
pp. 451-455

Rational Analysis Of Nonuniform Distributed Networks (PDF)

Jau-Yien Lee , Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Military Academy, Republic of China
pp. 456-460

Multiprocessing With The Ti 9900 (PDF)

L.H. Pollard , Lockheed Missiles & Space Company
pp. 461-465

Waveform Analysis Using Zero-detection With Applications To Speech Processing (PDF)

G.H. Hostetter , A single data line zero-crossing detector input to a microprocessor or other computer is evaluated for use in lieu of analog/digital conversion in the processing of complex continuous-time waveforms. Times between successive zero-crossing samples may be stored using a simple count/reset program loop, and a slight biasing of the input conveniently establishes a noise threshold. Applications to speech processing are discussed, and experimental results are presented.
pp. 471-476

A Security Analysis Of The Federal Data Encryption Standard (PDF)

H.R. Burris , TRW Defense and Space Systems Group
pp. 481-486
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