Princeton Docket #00-1712-1
The method and system provides a set of permutation primitives for current and future 2-D multimedia programs which are based on decomposing images and objects into atomic units, then finding the permutations desired for the atomic units. The subword permutation instructions for these 2-D building blocks are also defined for larger subword sizes at successively higher hierarchical levels. The atomic unit can be a 2×2 matrix and four triangles contained within the 2×2 matrix. Each of the elements in the matrix can represent a subword of one or more bits. The permutations provide vertical, horizontal, diagonal, rotational, and other rearrangements of the elements in the atomic unit.
Ruby B. Lee is the Forrest G. Hamrick Professor in Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, with an affiliated appointment in the Computer Science Department. She is the director of the Princeton Architecture Laboratory for Multimedia and Security (PALMS). Professor Lee is an expert in hardware-enhanced security and has designed architectures for secure processors, secure caches that do not leak information through side-channel attacks, and secure servers for cloud computing. Her research is in the intersection of computer architecture and cyber security. She is a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). She holds over 120 U.S. and international patents.
Intellectual Property Status
US 7092526 B2
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