Conference articles (1)
  1. A. Lumsdaine, J.L. Wyatt, and I.M. Elfadel. Parallel Distributed Networks for Image Smoothing and Segmentation in Analog VLSI. In Proceedings of the 28th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Tampa, pages 272--279, 1989.
    @Inproceedings{lumsdaine89:_distributed,
    author = {A. Lumsdaine and J.L. Wyatt Jr. and I.M. Elfadel},
    title = {Parallel Distributed Networks for Image Smoothing and Segmentation in Analog VLSI},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 28th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
    year = 1989,
    address = {Tampa},
    pages = {272--279} }


Internal reports (1)
  1. A. Lumsdaine, J. Wyatt, and I. Elfadel. Parallel Distributed Networks for Image Smoothing and Segmentation in Analog VLSI. Technical report VLSI Memo No. 89-562, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989.
    @TechReport{lums89:_parallel,
    author = {A. Lumsdaine and J. Wyatt Jr. and I. Elfadel},
    title = {Parallel Distributed Networks for Image Smoothing and Segmentation in Analog VLSI},
    institution = {MIT},
    year = 1989,
    number = {VLSI Memo No. 89-562} }


Patents (1)
  1. E.Y. Chan and T.L. Sterling. Method and Apparatus for Monitoring Electronic Apparatus Activity: U.S. Patent 4872121., Oct 1989.
    @Patent{sterling89:patent3,
    author = {E.Y. Chan and T.L. Sterling},
    title = {Method and Apparatus for Monitoring Electronic Apparatus Activity: U.S. Patent 4872121.},
    booktitle = {},
    year = 1989,
    month = Oct }



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