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What is Dynamic Range

Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence
A term used to describe the ratio between the smallest and largest possible values of a variable quantity.
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Advanced Cellular Neural Networks Image Processing
J. Álvaro Fernández (University of Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 6
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-849-9.ch007
Since its introduction to the research community in 1988, the Cellular Neural Network (CNN) (Chua & Yang, 1988) paradigm has become a fruitful soil for engineers and physicists, producing over 1,000 published scientific papers and books in less than 20 years (Chua & Roska, 2002), mostly related to Digital Image Processing (DIP). This Artificial Neural Network (ANN) offers a remarkable ability of integrating complex computing processes into compact, real-time programmable analogic VLSI circuits as the ACE16k (Rodríguez et al., 2004) and, more recently, into FPGA devices (Perko et al., 2000). CNN is the core of the revolutionary Analogic Cellular Computer (Roska et al., 1999), a programmable system based on the so-called CNN Universal Machine (CNN-UM) (Roska & Chua, 1993). Analogic CNN computers mimic the anatomy and physiology of many sensory and processing biological organs (Chua & Roska, 2002). This article continues the review started in this Encyclopaedia under the title Basic Cellular Neural Network Image Processing.
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The maximum dynamic range of a recording is the number of bits multiplied times 6.11.
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