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In particular, there are two basic issues * VLSI technology favors the implementation of algorithms that possess high modularity, parallelism, or concurrency. We say that a structure is modular when it consists of similar stages connected in cascade. By parallelism, we mean a large number of operations being performed side by side. By concurrency, we mean a large number of similar computations being performed at the same time. For a discussion of VLSI implementation of adaptive filters, see Shabhag and Parhi (1994).
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