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  • 1. V Ashok, B.Chinna rao, P.M.Francis / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 5, September- October 2012, pp.1432-1439 A Streamlined Architecture For 3-D Discrete Wavelet Transformation And Inverse Discrete Wavelet Transform V Ashok B.Chinna rao P.M.Francis M.tech(PG student) Prof.&Head,Dept.of ECE Asst.Prof. in Dept. of ECE GITAS GITAS GITASAbstract This paper presents an architecture of associated with 3-D-DWT realization [5], [6].the lifting based running 3-D discrete wavelet Though the processor speed of modern computerstransform (DWT), which is a powerful image and soars high at the order of GHz, data fetching andvideo compression algorithm. The proposed communicating with external memories consumedesign is one of the first lifting based complete 3- several T states, making the computation quiteDDWT architectures without group of pictures slower at the end. As the speeds of the peripheralsrestriction. The new computing technique based are still far behind the modern processors, it causeson analysis of lifting signal flow graph minimizes more problems.the storage requirement. This architecture enjoysreduced memory referencing and related low Nowadays, most of the applications requirepower consumption, low latency, and high real-time DWT engines with large computingthroughput compared to those of earlier reported potentiality for which a fast and dedicated very-works. Further, the digital data can be retrieved large-scale integration (VLSI) architecture appearsusing Inverse Discrete Wavelet Transform to be the best possible solution. While it ensures(IDWT). The images need to be retrieved without high resource utilization, that too in cost effectiveloosing of information. The proposed platforms like field programmable gate arrayarchitecture has been successfully implemented (FPGA), designing such architecture does offeron Xilinx Spartan series field-programmable gate some flexibilities like speeding up the computationarray, offering a speed of 40 MHz, making it by adopting more pipelined structures and parallelsuitable for realtime compression even with large processing, possibilities of reduced memoryframe dimensions. Moreover, the architecture is consumptions through better task scheduling or low-fully scalable beyond the present coherent power and portability features.Daubechies filterbank (9, 7). To overcome one of the toughest problemsIndex Terms—Discrete wavelet transform, image associated with 3-D-DWT architectures—viz., thecompression, lifting, video, IDWT, VLSI memory requirement, block based [7], [8] or scan-architecture. based architectures [9]–[11] with independent group of pictures (GOP) transform have been reported.I. Introduction However, blocking degrades the PSNR quality STILL IMAGE compression technique while the independent GOPs introduce annoyingbased on 2-D discrete wavelet transform (DWT) has jerks in video playback due to PSNR drop atalready gained superiority over traditional JPEG transform boundaries [12]. Alternatively, somebased on discrete cosine transform and is successful scan-based running transformstandardized in forms like JPEG2000 [1]. Quite architectures with convolution filtering have beensimilarly, the application of its 3-D superset, i.e., 3- reported in [13], [14] avoiding these limitations.D-DWT on video, outperforms the currentpredictive coding standards, like H.261-3, MPEG1- This paper fulfills the requirement herewith2,4 by rendering the quality features like better peak presenting a scan-based complete 3-D architecturesignal-to-noise ratio (PSNR), absence of blocky having infinite GOP. Among the transformartifacts in low bit rates. Furthermore, it has the components involved in three dimensions, theadded provisions of highly scalable compression, column and temporal directional transforms arewhich is mostly coveted in modern communications characteristically parallel in nature (for a row-wiseover heterogeneous channels like the Internet [2]. scan). The novelty of this paper lies in introducingSuccessful application of 3-D-DWT has been an ingenious analysis of signal flow graph (SFG),reported in the literature in emerging fields like which subsequently shows a newer methodology formedical image compression [3], hyper-spectral and computing those parallel transform components withspace image compression [4], etc. Software-based reduced storage overhead. Synchronous data flowapproaches are experimented to combat the huge and memory arrangements in conjunction withcomputational complexity and memory requirement decimated addressing schemes are proposed 1432 | P a g e
  • 2. V Ashok, B.Chinna rao, P.M.Francis / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 5, September- October 2012, pp.1432-1439afterward for incorporating this methodology inhardware. Thus, the designed processor has a 1 𝛾(1 + 𝑧 −1 1 0 𝜁 0minimum memory requirement and much smaller 0 1 𝛿(1 + 𝑧) 1 0 (1/𝜁)hardware budget with a two-fold throughput and (3)half computing time, latency or memory referencingcompared to those of [12], [17]. With a single adder The related algebraic equations arein its critical path, the processor achieves a highspeed, which is a fruitful effect of pipelining andincorporation of flipping scheme. Inside theprocessor, the treatments of the signals at theboundary are done with the mirror extensionsproposed in [1]. Section II summarizes the theory offlipping as latest modification on lifting. Theproposed architecture along with the analyzed SFGis illustrated in Section III. Section IV discusses theissues related to implementation along with theobtained results after mapping the design in re- where α = −1.586134342, β =configurable Xilinx FPGAs. Besides, a performance −0.05298011854, γ =comparison with other related works is also 0.8829110762, δ = 0.4435068522, and δ =furnished in this section. Finally, the paper is 1.149604398 [16], and also 0 ≤ i ≤ −1, L is the dataconcluded in Section V. length. As a fruitful result, the processing speed II. Theoretical Framework increases significantly when the flipped equations As the DWT intrinsically constitutes a pair of are mapped into hardware.filtering operations, a unified representation of the Following the modification on SFG, the finalpolyphase matrix is introduced as follows [16]: equations for flipping are (1) where h(z) and g(z) stand for the transferfunctions for the lowpass and highpass filterbanks,respectively, and all suffixes e and o in the literaturecorrespond to even and odd terms, respectively.Thus, the transform is symbolized with the equation( λ(z) γ(z) ) = ( xe(z) 𝑧 −1 xo(z) ) P(z) where A = (1/α) = −0.630463, B = (1/16αβ)with λ(z) and γ(z) signifying the filtered lowpass and = 743750, C = (1/32βγ) = −0.668067, D = (1/4γδ)highpass parts of the input x(z). = 0.638443, K0 = (64αβγδ) = 2.590697 and K1 = (32αβγ/δ) = 1.929981 (up to six fractional digits) The lifting scheme [15], [16] factorizes the and also 0 ≤ i ≤ L − 1, L is the data length [18].polyphase representation into a cascade of upper andlower triangular matrices and a scaling matrix which To handle the truncation of the signals atsubsequently return a set of linear algebraic oundaries, mirror extension is utilized byequations in the time domain bringing forth the incorporating corresponding changes into (5) at thepossibility of a pipelined processor. Several other start and stop of frame sequences and at theadvantages of lifting are mentioned in [16]. individual frame boundaries as well as for the 3-D transforms.For instance, the common Daubechies (9, 7) Now, during the computation of 3-Dfilterbank can be factorized as wavelets, the order of spatial and temporal transform components involved can be interchanged 𝛼(1 + 𝑧 −1 1 0 where both the arrangements conform to the P(z) = 1 0 1 𝛽(1 + 𝑧) 1 definition of 3-D-DWT. However, first temporal and then spatial (t + 2-D) transform suffer from certain limitations with 1433 | P a g e
  • 3. V Ashok, B.Chinna rao, P.M.Francis / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 5, September- October 2012, pp.1432-1439spatial scalability or spatio-temporal decomposition Fig. 4. Two snapshots of RMEM with a modelstructure [2] which restrict its future extensions. image size of 8 × 8.Thus, during the design of the present system, firstspatial and then temporal (2-D + t) decomposition B. RPE and the RMEMare chosen though in due requirement, the reverse Among all the micro-architectures formethod can be equally mapped into hardware different submodules, which transform the inputwithout any difficulty. video in three directions, the RPE module is the simplest. As described in Fig. 3, it is aIII. Proposed Architecture straightforward implementation of (5) withA. Working Principle pipelining applied to speed up the operations. Fig. 1 presents the proposed scan-based 1 Scanned with a dual clock, the incoming pixels arelevel 3-D wavelet transform architecture with a separated into successive duos of odd and even onesblock level illustration of principal functional at the SPLITTER stage and move forward inmodules. Clearly from the figure, the proposed parallel throughout the pipeline. The requiredarchitecture does the spatial transform first, datapath operations of lifting are performed uponfollowed by its temporal counterpart. The following these pixels at consecutive Predict (Pi), Update (Ui),two parts in this section give a detailed view about and Shift (Si) stages of the RPE (as depicted in Fig.hand-in-hand working of 3) which finally produces pairs of highpass andthe different functional blocks to realize those two lowpass pixels available from the ports OUT EVENtransform components. and OUT ODD in a streamlined fashion or manner. The following sections discuss the detailed These pixels, prior to column processing,design of principal working modules in the are temporarily put in RMEM which generate thearchitecture. synchronized dataflow to store as well as feed the coefficients to CPE. After processing the initial two rows of a frame the transformed coefficients completely fill up the memory locations as illustrated in snapshot 1 of Fig. 4. At the very next clock cycle, two new pixels viz., l(2,0) and h(2,0), arrive from RPE and they are placed at the locations of R1 and R3 (refer to snapshot 2), which are just left vacant as stored data, namely, l(0,0) and l(1,0) are read out at the commencement of columnFig. 2. Spatio-temporal wavelet decomposition with processing. Subsequent locations are similarlyproposed architecture. (a) Original frame sequence. refreshed till all the coefficients from row 2 are(b) After 1 level spatial transform. (c) Lowpass stored in those two RAMs. Similarly, duringframes after the temporal transform. (d) Highpass processing of the next row, RAMs R2 and R4frames after the temporal transform. undergo a series of memory refreshments as the locations previously containing h0 and h1 coefficient blocks are attributed to the storage of coefficients of h3 and i3, available from RPE. Thus, a periodic pattern can be identified among the refreshed RAM pairs, which are further given in a tabular form in Fig. 4 against the processed rows. The proposed memory arrangement is free from any such scenario where the RAM resources would be unnecessarily occupied with stale data which are notFig. 3. (a) Architecture of RPE with (b) illustration to be used for future computation.of a generic P/U module C. Analysis of SFG to Facilitate Parallel Computation The problems associated with designing architectures for column and temporal directional transforms are however critical. In a setup where video frames are scanned row-wise and processed coefficients from RPE are spaced contiguously in rows, the column processor has to wait for an entire row to get another input sample for processing and the temporal processor needs to hold back for the entire frame before it can proceed with the next 1434 | P a g e
  • 4. V Ashok, B.Chinna rao, P.M.Francis / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 5, September- October 2012, pp.1432-1439computation step. Like many other signal processing Fig. 5. Data-dependence analysis of SFG for parallelarchitectures, the 3-D-DWT processor thus computation. (a) SFG during computation of slice 1.inherently carries a huge memory and latency (b) SFG during computation of slice 2. (c) SFGoverhead in its working principle. Clearly, a during computation of slice 3. (d) Explanation ofpipelined design like RPE does not fit in for column color code.and temporal processing and parallel architecturesare mostly sought to address this issue. The overall slice can be perfectly represented as theadvantage of any DWT processor lies in addressing function of two input samples from previous slicethese performance bottlenecks successfully. (colored in green), one input block from current slice (shown in red) and computed predict and The SFG of lifting, shown in Fig. 5, holds update coefficient blocks from previous slicethe key for analyzing data dependence inside any (highlighted in pink). Since slice 0 holds only inputDWT processor. Each input and output sample to samples, computation should commence with slicethis SFG denotes a block of data. For row 1. Following the sequence in Fig. 5(a)–(c), theprocessing, these blocks refer to image pixels computation can henceforth continue for successiveadjacently spaced in rows. However, for column slices until the termination of SFG which happens attransform, each of these blocks signifies a group of the end of each frame of column processing or at theprocessed l and h band coefficients of size N/2. termination of video sequence for temporalSimilarly, for temporal transform they relate to 2-D processing. A pair of output sample blockstransformed individual frames of N2 pixels. Thus, (highlighted in brown) from each individual slicewhen the row processor can freely ―sweep across‖ are the natural outcomes of this computation.this graph producing a stream-lined output, anintelligent column or temporal processor must wait The present architecture successfullyand partially finish the computation with available implements this slicewise computing strategyinputs before they proceed to the next step. The key carefully preserving the critical latency and memoryfor such parallel processing is to find an optimized requirement with the help of some unique memorybasic step of computation which minimizes the arrangement techniques. Explained in Fig. 5(d), thelatency together with memory overhead for overall individual group of memory blocks is handledarchitecture. differently during the column transform of l and h A careful observation of SFG shown in bands and temporal transform. While for the l bandFig. 5(a)–(c), infers that the individual slices are the processing, the computation starts with inputmost distinguished representation of the aforesaid coefficient block in red reaching on-the-go frombasic computation steps. Highlighted in blue, the RPE and the green ones being fed from RMEM,predict and update calculations inside each such during the h band processing all three of them are read from RMEM. For the temporal transform, the frame from the current slice is actually stored in SMEM and read back at half rate. The intermediate coefficients in pink are stored in CMEM and TMEM, respectively. Fig. 6. (a) Snapshot of CPE pipeline and (b) detailed P/U module. D. CPE The architecture of CPE, shown in Fig. 6(a), is quite similar to that of RPE. Fig. 6(b) presents its inside details with a P/U module. However, the continuity of RPE pipeline is purposefully broken at several places creating a new set of input and output ports which contribute to the 1435 | P a g e
  • 5. V Ashok, B.Chinna rao, P.M.Francis / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 5, September- October 2012, pp.1432-1439aforesaid parallel computation. Among all the ports, effect refreshes the memory with the consecutiveIN 1-3 and OUT duos of frames 0, 1 and 2, 3 and so on, while the4-5 are connected to RMEM and SMEM second operations are solely responsible forrespectively and help creating a streamlined providing the additional pixels of frame 2i duringdataflow from spatial processor to temporal computations involving slice i (i = 1, 2, 3, . . . ).processor, as depicted in the main architecture (referto Fig. 1). The other ports, IN 4-6 and OUT 1-3 As depicted in snapshot 1 of Fig. 8, thefrom RPE are utilized to exchange intermediate frames 0 and 1, being divided in parts L and H,coefficients with the six CMEM buffers which is the where L and H signify the fact that those pixelskey to slice-wise computation. emerge from the lowpass and highpass ports of CPE, initially arrange themselves in buffers ofE. SMEM SMEM. Once the computation progresses, the pixels Once transformed spatially, the frames are of the two frames are replaced with those of frame 2directed to SMEM (refer to Fig. 1), which requires a and as a matter of fact, the new frame getsminimum of two frame buffers for the data decimated inside the RAMs as the pixels of the newmanagement. While the first two frames can be frame are allocated to memory locations, justgiven room in those two frame buffers easily, released off the older frames every time. Thus, ascomplexity arises when the third frame arrives from the computation of slice 2 is completed, the newSP and the computation is simultaneously started by frames 2 and 3 reposit themselves according to thethe TP. While in every clock cycle, a pixel pair of topography described in snapshot 2 of that figure.frame 2 can be allocated into the vacant memory The order of decimation increases as thelocations from where the two pixels of the frames 0 computation moves ahead following a manner veryand 1 have been read out for the computation, the similar to that of fast Fourier transform addressing.temporal processing methodology demands an extra The pattern repeats itself after log 2 ( 𝑁 2 ) cycles.set of the read operation to be carried out; for Fig. 9 helps uscollecting the corresponding pixels of frame 2 whichact as the third set of input in computation of thefirst lifting step (refer to slice 1 in Fig. 5). Fig. 8. Two snapshots of the SMEM. Fig. 7. Arrangement of SMEM frame buffers. Importantly, this second set of data cannotbe provided online to the TP, as the frames arearriving at double rate and computation needs themat single clock. So, all that is needed is to read themback from memory with a half data rate. Thus, thememory arrangement of Fig. 7 is followed whereport A of the dual port RAMs is used for reading Fig. 9. Addressing pattern in SMEM. RAMsolder frames from memory as well as storing the illustrated for a memory depth of 8.newer ones in those locations when the Port Bremains dedicated for the second set of readoperations. Thus, the first kind of operations in 1436 | P a g e
  • 6. V Ashok, B.Chinna rao, P.M.Francis / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 5, September- October 2012, pp.1432-1439 multipliers. Instead, those numbers could be considered up to a finite precision during designing. However, the impacts of this limited precision are experienced with lowered PSNR values and subsequent degradation of the quality of reproduced video during the decompression. Additionally, the precision of the data samples right after each multiplier affects the PSNR in a quite similar way. B. Implementation Results The architecture has been mapped into Xilinx programmable device (FPGA) XC4VFX140Fig. 10. Snapshot of the TP. to visualize the with speed grade of 12 through the Xilinx ISE 7.1iaddressing pattern for a sample RAM depth of 8. tool. A uniform wordlength of 17 bits has been maintained throughout the processor to afford The dual port BlockRAMs of Xilinx sufficient data depth. After pipelining theFPGA, which is used as target platform for the multipliers, the critical path for the processorproposed architecture, provides the facility of ―read consists of single adder, making it quite fast. A fastbefore write‖ operations in the same clock cycle at counter based controller was designed whichthe memory locations. Utilizing it, simultaneous handles all the address generation and otherread and write operations are performed by an switching operations at the high speed of main data-address in port A through the channels DIA and path. Such controllers are programmable and canDOA, according to the requirements. The address in synchronize the control signal generation accordingport B follows the same practice, only changing at a to different video frame sizes. So other thanhalf speed, as they simultaneously pick up two standard N × N, they can handle standard quarterpixels from the RAM pairs in a clock cycle which common intermediate format or commonare further multiplexed to feed INT 2 of TP at single intermediate format or various different aspectclock rate. ratios. The adders from the library and device dual port block RAMs have been utilized as the principalF. Latency and Complete Memory Requirement resources for the designed processor. Simulation is Following the SFG of lifting (refer to Fig. performed by ModelSim XE III 6.0a, which yields a5), the minimum number of inputs required for set of end results completely matching the resultscomputing a wavelet coefficient is restricted to five. from MATLAB 7.0.0, where a model of theThus, with the provision of the fifth input to arrive hardware is created.online during the computation, the CPE and TP, The overall design report can be formulated asrespectively, need a minimum wait time of fourrows (2N clock cycles) and four frames (2𝑁 2 Custom frame size 256×256cycles) to produce the first output from the Group of frames (GOP) Infinitearchitecture, thereby resulting in a total parametric Maximum clock frequency 321 MHzlatency of T clock cycles, where Throughput Two results/cycle Initial latency 2N2 + 2Nψ + 47 clock cyclesT = 2𝑁 2 + 2N + LatencyRPE + LatencyCPE + Number of occupied slices 1776 (2%)LatencyTP . (6) Total number four input LUTs 2188 (1%) The extra terms arise due to the pipelined Number of block RAMs 350 (63%).design of each computing unit. The memoryrequirement for five frames and ten N/2 length line C. Inverse discrete wavelet transformbuffers is 5𝑁 2 + 5N. The inverse DWT (IDWT) is the computational reverse. The lowest low-pass andIV. Implementation Results and Discussions highpass data-streams are up-sampled (ie. a zero isA. Multipliers and Datapath Precisions placed between each data-word) and then filtered After the details of the architecture and the using filters related to the decomposition filters. Thedata management principles have been thoroughly two resulting streams are simply added together tochalked out, the issues related to mapping the design form the low-pass result of the previous level ofinto a reconfigurable device are of prime interest. processing. This can be combined with the high-These include the precision of the multipliers in the pass result in a similar fashion to produce furtherarchitecture. levels, the process continuing until the original data- Being irrational numbers, the flipping stream is reconstructed.coefficients corresponding to (4) are not ideallyrealizable in architecture with the hardware 1437 | P a g e
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