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Possible digital methods for constructing modules are by associative memory techniques and using delay lines. For an analog approach, the module must measure the "distance" between the input and stored signals. A suggested measure is p [f(x) - 9(x)ladx. a When this function falls below a threshold, a stored signal is sent out on the output channel. 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.
Data are entered into the network from an edge. 35 -W a 36 JOHN C. ” The name is chosen to indicate that the process results in a separation of ones and zeros in the 8-bit bubble system. Zeros bubble to the top. The number of ones can then be counted. 2 Processing capability. The PAU is designed for local processing such as thinning of lines, filling in of lines, and identification of topological features such as an isolated point, an interior point of a line, an end point of a line, and a junction point of a line.
When a cell is active and a propagate command is received, a signal is sent to a neighboring cell which then becomes active, the original cell becoming inactive. The direction of propagation is controlled by two control leads: R and L. Name fields are defined by use of a special character A , which appears a t the beginning of the field. Retrieval is performed as follows: First a match is performed on the special character A thus setting all cells which begin a field to an active state. Then a match is performed on each character of the search key, one at a time.