Shifting the Analog-Digital Boundary in Signal Processing: Should We Use Mixed-Signal "Approximate" Computing?

C. Scheytt, A.R. Javed, in: Workshop on Approximate Computing, Paderborn, Germany, 2015.

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Scheytt C, Javed AR. Shifting the Analog-Digital Boundary in Signal Processing: Should We Use Mixed-Signal “Approximate” Computing? In: Workshop on Approximate Computing. ; 2015.
Scheytt, C., & Javed, A. R. (2015). Shifting the Analog-Digital Boundary in Signal Processing: Should We Use Mixed-Signal “Approximate” Computing? Workshop on Approximate Computing. Workshop on Approximate Computing, Paderborn.
@inproceedings{Scheytt_Javed_2015, place={Paderborn, Germany}, title={Shifting the Analog-Digital Boundary in Signal Processing: Should We Use Mixed-Signal “Approximate” Computing?}, booktitle={Workshop on Approximate Computing}, author={Scheytt, Christoph and Javed, Abdul Rehman}, year={2015} }
Scheytt, Christoph, and Abdul Rehman Javed. “Shifting the Analog-Digital Boundary in Signal Processing: Should We Use Mixed-Signal ‘Approximate’ Computing?” In Workshop on Approximate Computing. Paderborn, Germany, 2015.
C. Scheytt and A. R. Javed, “Shifting the Analog-Digital Boundary in Signal Processing: Should We Use Mixed-Signal ‘Approximate’ Computing?,” presented at the Workshop on Approximate Computing, Paderborn, 2015.
Scheytt, Christoph, and Abdul Rehman Javed. “Shifting the Analog-Digital Boundary in Signal Processing: Should We Use Mixed-Signal ‘Approximate’ Computing?” Workshop on Approximate Computing, 2015.

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