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Field-Programmable Logic and Applications. From FPGAs to Computing Paradigm: 8th International Workshop, FPL'98 Tallinn, Estonia, August 31 - September 3, 1998 Proceedings / Edition 1

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Field-Programmable Logics and Applications, FPL '98, held in Tallinn, Estonia, in August/September 1998.
The 39 revised full papers presented were carefully selected for inclusion in the book from a total of 86 submissions. Also included are 30 refereed high-quality posters. The papers are organized in topical sections on design methods, general aspects, prototyping and simulation, development methods, accelerators, system architectures, hardware/software codesign, system development, algorithms on FPGAs, and applications.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540649489
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 9/18/1998
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #1482
  • Edition description: 1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 539
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.12 (d)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Design Methods New CAD Framework Extends Simulation of Dynamically Reconfigurable Logic Robinson, D.; McGregor, G.; Lysaght, P. Pebble: A Language For Parametrised and Reconfigurable Hardware Design Luk, W; McKeeer, S. Integrated Development Environment for Logic Synthesis Based on Dynamically Reconfigurable FPGAs Sklyarov, V.; Sal Monteiro, R.; Lau, N.; Melo, A.; Oliveira, A.; Kondratjuk, K. Designing for Xilinx XC6200 FPGAs Hartenstein, R.W.; Herz, M.; Gilbert, F. General Aspects Perspectives of Reconfigurable Computing in Research, Industry and Education Becker, J.; Kirschbaum, A.; Renner, F.-M.; Glesner, M. Field-Progammable Logic: Catalyst for New Computing Paradigms Brebner, G. Run-Time Management of Dynamically Reconfigurable Designs Shirazi, N.; Luk, W.; Cheung, P.Y.K. Acceleration of Satisfiability Algorithms by Reconfigurable Hardware Platzner, M.; De Micheli, G. Prototyping / Simulation An Optimized Design Flow for Fast FPGA-Based Rapid Prototyping Stohmann, J.; Harbich, K.; Olbrich, M.; Barke, E. A Knowledge-Based System for Prototyping on FPGAs Krupnova, H.; DucAnh Dinh, V.; Saucier, G. JVX - A Rapid Prototyping System Based on Java and FPGAs Macketanz, R.; Karl, W. Prototyping New ILP Architectures Using FPGAs Shetler, J.; Hemme, B.; Yang, C.; Hinsz, C. Development Methods CAD System for ASM and FSM Synthesis Baranov, S. Fast Floorplanning for FPGAs Emmert, J.M.; Randhar, A.; Bhatia, D. SRAM-Based FPGAs: A Fault Model for the Configurable Logic Modules Renovell, M.; Portal, J.M.; Figueras, J.; Zorian, Y. Reconfigurable Hardware as Shared Resource in Multipurpose Computers Haug, G.; Rosenstiel, W. Accelerators Reconfigurable Computer Array: The Bridge between High Speed Sensors and Low Speed Computing Robinson, S.H.; Caffrey, M.P.; Dunham, M.E. A Reconfigurable Engine for Real-Time Video Processing Luk, W.; Andreou, P.; Derbyshire, A.; Dupont-De-Dinechin, F.; Rice, J.; Shirazi, N.; Siganos, D. An FPGA Implementation of a Magnetic Bearing Controller for Mechatronic Applications System Architectures Renner, F.-M. Becker, J.; Glesner, M. Exploiting Contemporary Memory Techniques in Reconfigurable Accelerators Hartenstein, R.W.; Herz, M.; Hoffmann, T.; Nageldinger, U. Self Modifying Circuitry - A Platform for Tractable Virtual Circuitry Donlin, A. REACT: Reactive Environment for Runtime Reconfiguration Bhatia, D.; Kannan, P.; Simha, K.S.; GajjalaPurna, K.M. Applications (1) Evaluation of the XC6200-series Architecture for Cryptographic Applications Charlwood, S.; James-Roxby, P. An FPGA Based Object Recognition Machine Zakerolhosseini, A.; Lee, P.; Horne, E. PCI-SCI Prool Translations: Applying Microprogramming Concepts to FPGAs Acher, G.; Karl, W.; Leberecht, M. Instruction-Level Parallelism for Reconfigurable Computing Callahan, T.J.; Wawrzynek, J. Hardware/Software Codesign A Hardware/Software Co-design Environment for Reconfigurable Logic Systems McGregor, G.; Robinson, D.; Lysaght, P. Mapping Loops onto Reconfigurable Architectures Bondalapati, K.; Prasanna, V.K. Speed Optimization of the ALR Circuit Using an FPGA with Embedded RAM: A Design Experience Asaad, S.; Warren, K. System Development High-Level Synthesis for Dynamically Reconfigurable Hardware/Software Systems Kress, R.; Pyttel, A. Dynamic Specialisation of XC6200 FPGAs by Partial Evaluation McKay, N.; Singh, S. Webscope: A Circuit Debug Tool Guccione, S.A. Algorithms on FPGAs Computing Goldbach Partitions Using Pseudo-random Bit Generator Operators on a FPGA Systolic Array Lavenier, D.; Saouter, Y. Solving Boolean Satisfiability with Dynamic Hardware Configurations Zhong, P.; Martonosi, M.; Ashar, P.; Malik, S. Modular Exponent Realization on FPGAs Poldre, J.; Tammemäe, K.; Mandre, M. Cost Effective 2x2 Inner Product Processors Fehr, B.; Szedö, G. Applications (2) A Field-Programmable Gate-Array System for Evolutionary Computation Maruyama, T.; Funatsu, T.; Hoshino, T. A Transmutable Telecom System Miyazaki, T.; Shirakawa, K.;

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