Other themes include sensors and signal/image processing, biomedical engineering, embedded systems, and robotics, in addition to human interfaces, intelligent control, condition monitoring and fault diagnosis, and power electronics.
What does SIP stand for?
SIP stands for Signal/Image Processing
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We have 614 other meanings of SIP in our Acronym Attic
- Shelter Implementation Plan
- Shelter In Place
- Shield Isolation Point
- Ship In Place
- Ship Instrumentation Package (US Navy)
- Shut-In Pressure
- Shuttle Interface Panel
- Sickness Impact Profile
- Signal Inline Package
- Signal Input Port
- Silicon Intellectual Property
- Simferopol, Ukraine - Simferopol (Airport Code)
- Simple Internet Protocol
- Simulated Input Processor
- SINCGARS Improvement Program
- Sindicato de Industriales de Panama (Spanish: Panamanian Industrialists Society, Panama)
- Singe Inline Pin
- Single Inline Package
- Single Inline Package (semiconductor industry)
- Single Integrated Picture
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The 74 selected papers fall into nine general categories, including: computational fluid dynamics, multi-physics, computational chemistry and materials science, climate/weather/ocean modeling and simulation, signal/image processing and sensors, computational electromagnetics and acoustics, software and hardware infrastructure, software performance and performance modeling, and computational methods.
Editor Post (Chief Scientist, DoD) has included 84 research papers that discuss the increasingly complex architecture of DoD computing systems and software applications, especially in terms of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), multi-physics, materials science, climate/weather/ocean modeling and signal/image processing.
Algorithm-based fault-tolerance is the focus of the reprinted papers including an excellent tutorial paper by Chean and Fortes A Taxonomy of Reconfiguration Techniques for Fault-Tolerant Processor Arrays (IEEE Computer, January 1990) This book is especially appropiate for someone who has a basic understanding of signal processing and is interested in high-performance implementation of signal/image processing, including those with analytical, system, software, or hardware interests in this area.