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Method and Apparatus To Create A Low Power Programmable Stencil Processing Engine for Image/Video Processing and Related Applications

Stanford researchers have developed a new technology to create a programmable yet low power processing core targeting imaging systems. This core is built around a 2D-stencil processing data-path. 2D stencil based operations are often the most computationa...
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Field-Effect Transistor (CNFET), transparent electrodes and three-dimensional integration of CNFETs

Stanford researchers have developed a novel method for wafer-scale production of aligned and ultra-high density carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and nanotube grid. The CNTs produced with this controlled, multiple-transfer technology could be used for making very ...
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