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Reversible implementation of a disrete linear transformation

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Discrete linear transformations form important steps in processing information. Many such transformations are injective and therefore are prime candidates for a physically reversible implementation into hardware. We present here the first steps towards a reversible digital implementation of two different integer transformations on four inputs: The Haar wavelet and the H.264 transform.
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reversible computation, linear transformation

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De Vos, Alexis, Stéphane Burignat, and Michael Thomsen. 2010. “Reversible Implementation of a Disrete Linear Transformation.” In Reversible Computation, 2nd Workshop, Proceedings, ed. Rolf Drechsler, 107–110. Bremen, Germany: Universität Bremen.
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De Vos, Alexis, Burignat, S., & Thomsen, M. (2010). Reversible implementation of a disrete linear transformation. In R. Drechsler (Ed.), Reversible Computation, 2nd Workshop, Proceedings (pp. 107–110). Presented at the 2nd Workshop on Reversible Computation (RC 2010), Bremen, Germany: Universität Bremen.
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De Vos A, Burignat S, Thomsen M. Reversible implementation of a disrete linear transformation. In: Drechsler R, editor. Reversible Computation, 2nd Workshop, Proceedings. Bremen, Germany: Universität Bremen; 2010. p. 107–10.
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De Vos, Alexis, Stéphane Burignat, and Michael Thomsen. “Reversible Implementation of a Disrete Linear Transformation.” Reversible Computation, 2nd Workshop, Proceedings. Ed. Rolf Drechsler. Bremen, Germany: Universität Bremen, 2010. 107–110. Print.
@inproceedings{1002770,
  abstract     = {Discrete linear transformations form important steps in processing information. Many such transformations are injective and therefore are prime candidates for a physically reversible implementation into hardware. We present here the first steps towards a reversible digital implementation of two different integer transformations on four inputs: The Haar wavelet and the H.264 transform.},
  author       = {De Vos, Alexis and Burignat, St{\'e}phane and Thomsen, Michael},
  booktitle    = {Reversible Computation, 2nd Workshop, Proceedings},
  editor       = {Drechsler, Rolf},
  keyword      = {reversible computation,linear transformation},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Bremen, Germany},
  pages        = {107--110},
  publisher    = {Universit{\"a}t Bremen},
  title        = {Reversible implementation of a disrete linear transformation},
  year         = {2010},
}