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An electronic calculator is typically a portable electronic device used to perform calculations, ranging from basic arithmetic to complex mathematics. The first solid-state electronic calculator was created in the early 1960s. Pocket-sized devices became available in the 1970s, especially after the Intel 4004, the first microprocessor, was developed by Intel for the Japanese calculator company Busicom. They later became used commonly within the petroleum industry (oil and gas).

Calculation apparatus and method for accelerator chip accelerating deep neural network algorithm

The invention provides a calculation apparatus and method for an accelerator chip accelerating a deep neural network algorithm. The apparatus comprises a vector addition processor module, a vector function value calculator module and a vector multiplier-adder module, wherein the vector addition processor module performs vector addition or subtraction and/or vectorized operation of a pooling layer algorithm in the deep neural network algorithm; the vector function value calculator module performs vectorized operation of a nonlinear value in the deep neural network algorithm; the vector multiplier-adder module performs vector multiplication and addition operations; the three modules execute programmable instructions and interact to calculate a neuron value and a network output result of a neural network and a synaptic weight variation representing the effect intensity of input layer neurons to output layer neurons; and an intermediate value storage region is arranged in each of the three modules and a main memory is subjected to reading and writing operations. Therefore, the intermediate value reading and writing frequencies of the main memory can be reduced, the energy consumption of the accelerator chip can be reduced, and the problems of data missing and replacement in a data processing process can be avoided.

Optimization methods for the insertion, protection, and detection of digital watermarks in digital data

Disclosed herein are methods and systems for encoding digital watermarks into content signals. Also disclosed are systems and methods for detecting and/or verifying digital watermarks in content signals.
According to one embodiment, a system for encoding of digital watermark information includes: a window identifier for identifying a sample window in the signal; an interval calculator for determining a quantization interval of the sample window; and a sampler for normalizing the sample window to provide normalized samples.
According to another embodiment, a system for pre-analyzing a digital signal for encoding at least one digital watermark using a digital filter is disclosed.
According to another embodiment, a method for pre-analyzing a digital signal for encoding digital watermarks comprises: (1) providing a digital signal; (2) providing a digital filter to be applied to the digital signal; and (3) identifying an area of the digital signal that will be affected by the digital filter based on at least one measurable difference between the digital signal and a counterpart of the digital signal selected from the group consisting of the digital signal as transmitted, the digital signal as stored in a medium, and the digital signal as played backed.
According to another embodiment, a method for encoding a watermark in a content signal includes the steps of (1) splitting a watermark bit stream; and (2) encoding at least half of the watermark bit stream in the content signal using inverted instances of the watermark bit stream.
Other methods and systems for encoding/decoding digital watermarks are also disclosed.
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