A novel power-efficient systolic array architecture is proposed for full search block matching (FSBM) motion estimation, where the partial distortion elimination algorithm is used to dynamically switch off the computation of eliminated partial candidate blocks. The RTL-level simulation shows that the proposed architecture can reduce the power consumption of the computation part of the algorithm to about 60% of that of the conventional 2D systolic arrays.
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- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Jiang, M., Crookes, D., Davidson, S., & Turner, R. (2006). Low-power systolic array processor architecture for FSBM video motion estimation. Electronics Letters, 42(20), 1146-1148. https://doi.org/10.1049/el:20061972