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VLSI Architectures for the 2D Daubechies4 and Daubechies6 Wavelet Filters using Algebraic Integers
Nagarjuna K

ech VLSI design and embedded system T john institute of technology
Bangalore
Mohan H M
Asst. Professor E & C.
T john institute of technology Bangalore
Abstract The project proposes a novel algebraic integer (AI) based multi encoding of Daubechies4 and Daubechies6 2D wavelet filters having error free integer based computation. Digital VLSI architectures employing and working parallel channels are being proposed. The multi encoded AI framework allows a multiplication free and computationally accurate architecture. It provides a noise free computation throughput and the multilevel, multi rate 2D filtering operation. A single final reconstruction step furnishes filtered and down sampled image outputs in fixedpoint, resulting in low levels of image noise. It Compares between Daubechies4 and Daubechies6 designs in terms of SNR, PSNR, and hardware structure, and power consumptions, for different word lengths. Further, FRS designs based on canonical signed digit representation and on expansion factors are proposed with dynamic power consumption which will be verified on FPGA chip using an ML605 platform.
KeywordsAlgebraic integer encoding, daubechies wavelets, errorfree algorithm, fixedpoint scheme, subband coding, VLSI.

INTRODUCTION
The field of discrete wavelet transforms (DWT) has been great interest in wavelets is not only partly due to their ability to efficiently represent functions with localized features, but also due to the wavelet analysis being capable of decomposing a signal into a particular set of basis functions. They have a good spectral properties to the fact that it was discovered that some wavelets might be implemented in an extremely computationally efficient manner. Just as fast Fourier transform (FFT) algorithms made the Fourier transform a practical tool for spectral analysis, the multi resolution analysis has made the discrete wavelet transform (DWT) a viable tool for computational timescale analysis. DWT based multiresolution analysis leads to both time and frequency localization.
A Daubechies wavelets are wellsuited and commonly used in image compression applications. Herein we refer to the Daubechies wavelets generated from 4 and 6tap filter banks as Daub4 and 6 wavelets, respectively. Whereas the Daub4 wavelets are often employed in applications where the signals are smooth and slowly varying, the Daub6 wavelets are used for signals bearing abrupt changes and having high undesired noise levels. Daub4 wavelets can be highly localized to smooth and Daub6 wavelets have found applications in medical imaging.
we propose a new multiencoding technique in this project. That achieves exact computation of multilevel 2D Daubechies wavelet transforms using algebraic integer encoding. Compared to existing AI designs in literature, the proposed design can compute wavelet image approximations entirely over integer fields and with a single FRS in a purely AI based 2D architecture. The design avoids the need of intermediate reconstruction steps.
Moreover, the proposed architecture is sought to be multiplier free. Such design facilitate speed, relatively smaller area on chip as well as cost of design. The new design is multiencoded and multirate, operating over AI with no intermediate reconstruction steps. In this implementation, a errorfree computations can be performed until the final FRS. Our architecture emphasizes on quality of output image and speed and power consumption for accuracy.

LITERATURE SURVEY
Algebraic integer based low power high speed Daubechies wavelet filter using VLSI architecture. Here it explains the errorfree integerbased computation using AI based multiencoding of 2D Daubechies wavelet filters and it explains multiplicationfree and computationally accurate architecture. This paper mainly guarantied noisefree computation throughput using 2D filtering operation. SNR & PSNR improvements are approximately 41% only [1].
Digital image processing by S Jayaraman, image processing plays an important role in daily life application. Such as computer graphics, computer tomography, satellite television tec. So the study of image process Is very important for digital world. Basically image is a numerical representation of the object[2].
VLSI architecture design for Biorthogonal wavelet filter using algebraic integer encoding, here flexible architecture were introduced for algebraic integer based Bi orthgonal wavelet filter. The Biorthogonal wavelet filter are very useful in medical field, it quantized before implementations performance uses less shifts & additions, it provides improvement in fixed point representation because of this architecture shows better performance in reducing chip area[3].
FPGA implementation of efficient for fixed point 1 D discrete wavelet transform using lifting scheme, explains high speed pipeline & design of area efficient based on VLSI
architecture of 1D DWT, this paper scheme is to reduce the clock cycle area of efficient on hardware resource it needs a fixed point representation[4].
FPGA implementation of FIR filter using distributed arithmetic architecture for DWT. This paper explains fast 1D DWT on parallel FIR filter & presents hardware architecture reduction using 2D DWT using lifting scheme results are combined to reduce the registers for these it needs 2 input and 2 output parallel scanning architecture. This needs parallel FIR filter structure & also this paper explains brief about DWT implemented in VHDL. It uses FPGA technology for various threshold technique[5].

CONTRIBUTIONS


The Problem of FixedPoint Errors
Filter banks associated to Daubechies wavelets have irrational coefficients whose representation in fixedpoint requires truncation. Such approximations introduce representation errors which propagate through a given filter bank. The required filter bank is, the computational error may become. This effects a lower obtained signaltonoise of the resulting data.

Prior Art on AIBased DWT
A algebraic integers encoding can address the computational noise injection in DWT analysis.AI quantization has been employed in many signal processing schemes, including wavelet and DCT analysis. A significant advantage of the AI encoding is having capability of mapping the required irrational wavelet coefficients into a vectors of integers. Thus, the irrational coefficients of the Daubechies filters can be represented into arrays or integers.
AI encoding schemes require a reconstruction step to convert the resulting AI encoded quantities back into fixed precision binary. The design of digital architectures for the one Dimension Daub4 and 6 filters were in the recent past. Whereas in the 2D architectures require intermediate reconstruction steps that map the AI encoded transform coefficients back into fixedpoint format. These are one Dimension DWT architectures that compute the 2D DWT by repeated use of a one Dimension AIencoded architecture. This IRS is located after the first application of the transform before submitting the resulting data to the next stage. When multilevel decompositions are attempted. Errors incurred in the intermediate reconstructions mitigate the benefits of using AI encoding for 2D multilevel DWTs. This is an outstanding problem in the current literature which we identify and correct in the present contribution.
 p>According to the base paper
Filter Filter banks associated to Daubechies wavelets have irrational coefficients whose representation in fixedpoint requires truncation or rounding off. Such approximations introduce representation errors which propagate through a given filter bank. the longer the required filter bank is, the greater the computational error may become. This process effects a lower obtained signaltonoise of the resulting data. Minimum operating frequency, signaltonoise ratio (SNR) and peaksignalto noise ratio (PSNR) figures are sought using the proposed designs operating in fixedpoint. The
overall system power consummation is more and performance is less. In my project I will try to find out the solutions for the above mentioned problems.

REVIEW OF SUBBAND CODING
The wavelet decomposition of input image data can be accomplished by subband coding. A 2D FIR filter bank processes the input image data resulting in an approximation and detail subimages.

Single application of the 2D wavelet filter bank
After each iteration a coarser approximation can be achieved. Let the original image to be analyzed be denoted by An1. Computes the approximation data. Detail information data Dvn,Dhn and Ddn are normally discarded or thresholded in data compression applications.
Fig.1. Diagram of a single application of the 2D wavelet filter bank.

Recursive application of the 2D wavelet filter bank
The recursive diagram of the multilevel wavelet analysis. After each set of filter banks & a coarser approximation, is furnished. Each level also produces the detail information.
Fig.2. Recursive application of the 2D wavelet filter bank.

Single AI filter bank decomposition
In this single AI filter bank decomposition. Let the original image data to be analyzed be denoted by An1. Computes the approximation data.
Fig. 3 Single AI filter bank decomposition.

Multilevel AI filter bank with final reconstruction step
In this Multi AI filter bank operates entirely over the AI representation up to a single and final reconstruction block without any intermediate reconstruction steps. The FRS is the only possible source of computational errors.
Fig.4. multilevel AI filter bank with final reconstruction step.

FINAL RECONSTRUCTION STEP
The proposed AIbased daubechies wavelet analyses based Daub4 and 6 filter banks are entirely over extended integer fields. The AI encoded approximations must be converted back to again a standard fixed point representation.
We proposed two approaches for the Final Reconstruction Step design. They are (i) Canonical signed digit(CSD) representation and (ii) Expansion Factor Method.
TABLE I
COMPARISON OF DAUB4 AND DAUB6 PERFORMANCE
TABLE II
RESOURCE CONSUMPTION FOR PROPOSED DAUB6 ARCHITECTURE
Resources
Daub4
Daub6
Slices
3669
1161
LUTs
1149
CPD
5.44
2.040ns
Ma. Frequency(MHz)
183.80
327.600
(i) (j) (k) (l)
(m) (n) (o) (p) Fig. 5. Approximation subimages A ,A ,A ,and obtained
1 2 3
Aspect
Daub4
Daub6
Proposed
FPGA
Xilinx Virtex6
Xilinx Virtex6
Xilinx Virtex6
Target Device
Vcx240t 1ff1156
Vcx240t 1ff1156
Vcx240t1ff1156
Max Freq
442.47
274.72
327.600MHz
CPD
2.26
3.64
2.040ns
# Adders
32
61
23
Registers
258
765
421
Aspect
Daub4
Daub6
Proposed
FPGA
Xilinx Virtex6
Xilinx Virtex6
Xilinx Virtex6
Target Device
Vcx240t 1ff1156
Vcx240t 1ff1156
Vcx240t1ff1156
Max Freq
442.47
274.72
327.600MHz
CPD
2.26
3.64
2.040ns
# Adders
32
61
23
Registers
258
765
421
from onchip physical verification on a Virtex6 vcx240t 1ff1156.(a)A1,(b)A2,(c)A3,(d)A4,(e)A1,(f)A2,(g)A3,(h)A4,(i)A1,
(j)A2,(k)A3,(l)A4,(m)A1,(n)A2,(o)A3,(p)A4.

FPGA IMPLEMENTATION AND RESULTS
The architectures for Daub4 and 6 filter banks were implemented on Xilinx Virtex xc6vcx240t1ff1156 device using the ML605 evaluation board. The designs were tested with three different standard images obtained from . Gray 64 Ã— 64 images Woman and Cameraman to the Daub4 filter banks whereas Mandrill were sub mitted to the Daub
6 filter banks. Hardware results were verified with MATLAB. Fig. 6 displays hardware results from the Xilinx FPGA for
TABLE.III
COMPARISON OF PROPOSED ARCHITECTURE WITH EXISTING 2D DWT ARCHITECTURE
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TzeYun
Marino
Po Chih
BingFei
Hongyu
Kishore
Zhang
This paper
Proposed
wavelet
Daub4
N/A
9/7
5/3,9/7
9/7
5/3,9/7
9/7
Daub4/6
Daub4/6
Multiplexers
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
DWT/IDWT
DWT/IDWT
DWT
DWT
DWT
DWT
DWT
DWT
DWT
DWT
Technology
Xilinx XC2V4000
N/A
N/A
CMOS
0.25um
VirtexII XC2V250
CMOS
0.18um
Xilinx xc2v500
Xilinx xc6vcx240t
Xilinx xc6vcx240t
Fig. 6 shows the results for the fixedpoint design.

Resource Consumption and Figures of Merit
The AT product is a standard performance metric in digital hardware designs. It refers to chiparea and maximum frequency (speed) of the design. Lower Area time product values indicate a higher speed of operation. In an PGA, the area (A) is provided by the number of slice LUTFs used for logic given by the FPGA de sign tool called XFLOW and the time is simply the critical path delay. Quantity AT2 is useful, when clock speed is the driving factor of design optimization, for highthroughput realizations. Table III shows the estimated power. consumption for the Daub4 and 6 filter banks. The SNR and peak PSNR were adopted as figures of merit.
Fig. 6. Approximation subimages A1 ,A2 ,A3 , and obtained from FP scheme (8bit word length and 6 fractionalbits) Daubechies 4 and Daubechies6 wavelet filters.
the Daub4 and 6 filter banks. Table VI shows a performance comparison among proposed Daub4 and 6 architectures for single level decomposition of 8bit Lena image.
<>For comparison, we devised a version of the proposed system that operates over fixedpoint arithmetic instead of AI based arithmetic. For such, we employed 8 bits for word size with 6 fractional bits. In this case, the required filter banks were implemented by quantizing the exact filter coefficients into the fixedpoint representation. Notice that the fixedpoint scheme incurs coupled quantization noise, whereas the AI based architecture is immune to this source of contamination.

Comparison With Existing Methods
A significant amount of work is published on 1D and 2D DWT VLSI architectures. The proposed designs address the Daub4 and 6 wavelet analysis. Also detailed data is re ported in [3], [6] allowing us to derive meaningful comparison
Considering 8bit input word length, the obtained SNR and PSNR values for proposed architectures higher than the 1 D and 2D DWT architectures.
Among the FRS approaches we have mentioned, Moreover, we compared the proposed architectures with several prominent VLSI 2D DWT designs archived in literature. In particular, we separated the following works:
To compare with other architectures, PSNR values presented for proposed Daub4 and 6 architectures, were obtained by employing reconstructions between column and row transforms, whereas the PSNR values in Table V are entirely 2D based with single final reconstruction step.
TABLE IV
DAUB4 AND DAUB6 ISE XPOWER RESULTS
TABLE V
SNR AND PSNR FOR DAUB4 AND DAUB6 FILTER BANKS BASED ON FIXEDPOINT AND AI ENCODING
Original Image(512×512)
Resized Image(64×64) PSNR
Proposed PSNR
Woman
39.84 dB
96.28 dB
Cameraman
34.69dB
67.70 dB
Mandril
35.27 dB
78.35 dB
Original Image(512×512)
Resized Image(64×64) SNR
Proposed SNR
Woman
38.84 dB
61.28 dB
Cameraman
31.72dB
60.97 dB
Mandril
33.20 dB
77.02 dB


CONCLUSION


We proposed a multiencoded AIbased 2D wavelet filter Bank architecture capable of arbitrarily numerical accuracy. By employing AI encoding, resulting wavelet decomposed images had SNR and PSNR are improved. A single FRS is the only source of computational error. Noise Injection from intermediate fixedpoint errors is nonexistent.
We proposed several designs for the FRS based on CSD representation and expansion factor scaling. The SNR and PSNR values for the AIbased Daub6 architecture were approximately 610% higher than the Daub4 architecture. Due to its inherent simplicity of coefficients and smaller number of AI numbers, the Daub4 AI based architecture had consumed approximately half of the Daub6 systems.Daub4 and Daub6 single level decomposition architectures were also FPGA prototyped with the Xilinx Virtex6 device at 442.47 and 274.72MHz, respectively. In the presence of higher resolution and increased frame rate, there is no option but to increase the throughput of the digital filtering architectures. Finally AI based scheme can be applied to any type of DWT as long as the scaling and wavelet coefficients of the corresponding filters could be given and exact representation.
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