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Question by Ashok
Submitted on 7/17/2007
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I'm do'ga project "A processor in memory (PIM) for Multimedia Compression" thro VHDL coding.(VLSI)

Could u help me how to read/get the image in vhdl coding.

I know that using EDIF can do that, but i don't know how to do tat, plz help me.

Under this project, i'mhaving 4 module 1)Processing Element
2) Pipeline Processing Element
3) DCT based
4) DWT based...

plz suggest me how to analysis and diagnosis the project.
my mail id : ashokkumar.am@gmail.com

Thanks & regrads..


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