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For convenience both application area and means of mechanization are used in this review. 1 Pattern Processors Some of the earliest work in highly parallel processing was done for problems in pattern recognition. The first published work was by Unger [YO] in 1968 in which a rudimentary parallel network approach was proposed. These machines are designed broadly for the extraction of basic characteristics of the pattern such as local and global topological properties. Particularly in the case of the ILLIAC 111, machine design efforts have been supplemented by work in the software area.
The machine has a difficulty in the shift register design of the channels. However, the double register itself can now be built as three monolithic circuits and in a short time as a single monolithic device. This would make the organization quite attractive for several applications.
3 Parallel Network The parallel network itself is shown in Fig. 1 1 in which the concepts of Routing, the Broadcast Register, and the L-buffer are illustrated. Routing refers to the various sources of data available to the PE. =s of the PE. The broadcast register provides a means for the simultaneous access to the same piece of data for all processing elements. Because of this it is not necessary to store common values used by all PE’S in each PE memory. Instead such values are stored in program memory.