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VLSI PROJECT TITLES – 2011 IEEE PROJECTS
* A NEW ADAPTIVE WEIGHT ALGORITHM FOR SALT AND PEPPER NOISE REMOVAL
* A PIPELINE VLSI ARCHITECTURE FOR HIGH-SPEED COMPUTATION OF THE 1-D DISCRETE WAVELET TRANSFORM
* ADIABATIC TECHNIQUE FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT LOGIC CIRCUITS DESIGN
* AN FPGA-BASED ARCHITECTURE FOR LINEAR AND MORPHOLOGICAL IMAGE FILTERING
* DESIGN AND FPGA IMPLEMENTATION OF MODIFIED DISTRIBUTIVE ARITHMETIC BASED DWT-IDWT PROCESSOR FOR IMAGE COMPRESSION
* DESIGN OF A LOW POWER FLIP-FLOP USING CMOS DEEP SUBMICRON TECHNOLOGY
* DUAL STACK METHOD A NOVEL APPROACH TO LOW LEAKAGE AND SPEED POWER PRODUCT VLSI DESIGN
* LOW-POWER AND AREA-EFFICIENT CARRY SELECT ADDER
* OPERATION IMPROVEMENT OF INDOOR ROBOT BY GESTURE RECOGNITION
* REMOVAL OF HIGH
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