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AbstractA sign language recognition apparatus and method is provided for translating hand gestures into speech or written text. The apparatus includes a number of sensors on the hand, arm and shoulder to measure dynamic and static gestures. The sensors are connected to a microprocessor to search a library of gestures and generate output signals that can then be used to produce a synthesized voice or written text. The apparatus includes sensors such as accelerometers on the fingers and thumb and two accelerometers on the back of the hand to detect motion and orientation of the hand. Sensors are also provided on the back of the hand or wrist to detect forearm rotation, an angle sensor to detect flexing of the elbow, two sensors on the upper arm to detect arm elevation and rotation, and a sensor on the upper arm to detect arm twist. The sensors transmit the data to the microprocessor to determine the shape, position and orientation of the hand relative to the body of the user.

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The processor architecture is described using verilog and synthesized using Xilinx Spartan 3E.

Key words: MIPS processor, pipeline, writeback, stall.

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This paper describes implementation of the Electroencephalogram data using Discrete Wavelet Transform and it's inverse.

Key words: Electroencephalogram, Epilepsy, Discrete Wavelet Transform, Analysis and Synthesis filters

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This paper presents the implementation of a general purpose, scalable architecture used to synthesize floating point multipliers on FPGAs.
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To avoid losing any data in scan mode

Tri-state buses and pass transistor logic are used in many complex applications to achieve high performance and small area. Such circuits often contain logic requiring one-hot signals. In a scan-based design, one-hot values on these signals may not be maintained during the scan-in and scan-out operations. Also, the presence of faults, the existence of don't care conditions and the use of random patterns for testing the circuit in a scan or BIST environment may lead to non-one-hot values on these onehot signals, resulting in abnormal circuit behavior and possible circuit damage. In this paper, we present new techniques for synthesizing scan-based designs so that onehot values are maintained on the one-hot signals during all modes of operation. One of our synthesis techniques often generates designs with no area overhead --- the designs are smaller than those that do not ensure safe scan operation. In addition, we propose a scan path design that has no performance overhead during the normal mode of operation and ensures that only valid states appear on the bistables during test mode, thus guaranteeing safe scan operations.

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However, the pin matrix (bottom centerof the control panel), allowed a patching capability rivalled only by moreexpensive patch-cord machines like the Moog III and ARP 2600, so these wereexcellent for creating strange synthesizer sounds (that little red "jack" under the Synthi photo is what the pin looked like, about 50% of actual size).

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The Synopsys Synthesis Example illustrates that the RTL synthesis is moreefficient than the behavior synthesis, although the simulation of previousone requires a few clock cycles.