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Image processing apparatus having configurable processors

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #7295334.

An image processing apparatus includes at least two signal processor modules interconnected each other in series. Each of the signal processor modules has an input port through which data is input, a memory which stores data, a signal processor portion which carries out processing on input data according to program and an output port through which data is output. At least one of the signal processor modules outputs, through its output port, input data unprocessed and processed data obtained by carrying out processing on the input data according to the program.

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