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Day 3: Processor Choices for Embedded Vision

Embedded vision applications typically make heavy demands on processors - not just in terms of processing performance, but also regarding memory, I/O, and real-time behavior. In this class, we explore the processor requirements of embedded vision applications in quantitative and qualitative terms. We then discuss the six main types of processor used in embedded vision applications, highlighting their key strengths and weaknesses and how they are evolving over time.

Embedded vision applications typically make heavy demands on processors - not just in terms of processing performance, but also regarding memory, I/O, and real-time behavior. In this class, we explore the processor requirements of embedded vision applications in quantitative and qualitative terms. We then discuss the six main types of processor used in embedded vision applications, highlighting their key strengths and weaknesses and how they are evolving over time.