Publication detail

Configurable Computing

DRÁBEK, V.

Original Title

Configurable Computing

English Title

Configurable Computing

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper presents basic principles of a new approach to FPGA circuitry design leading to a nontraditional hardware synthesis and its application, namely configurable computing. It introduces main aspects, measures, constraints and approaches to compile-time configuration, run-time reconfiguration, scheduling and mapping to a set of hardware macros. The main measure is the amount of configuration data and re/configuration time, the main constraint is the number of CLBs available. Next directions of development are pointed to.

English abstract

This paper presents basic principles of a new approach to FPGA circuitry design leading to a nontraditional hardware synthesis and its application, namely configurable computing. It introduces main aspects, measures, constraints and approaches to compile-time configuration, run-time reconfiguration, scheduling and mapping to a set of hardware macros. The main measure is the amount of configuration data and re/configuration time, the main constraint is the number of CLBs available. Next directions of development are pointed to.

Keywords

FPGA, configurable computing, reconfiguration, scheduling, mapping

RIV year

2001

Released

11.09.2001

Location

Ostrava

ISBN

80-85988-61-5

Book

Advanced Simulation of Systems

Pages from

59

Pages to

63

Pages count

5

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT5614,
  author="Vladimír {Drábek}",
  title="Configurable Computing",
  annote="This paper presents basic principles of a new approach to FPGA circuitry design leading to a nontraditional hardware synthesis and its application, namely configurable computing. It introduces main aspects, measures, constraints and approaches to compile-time configuration, run-time reconfiguration, scheduling and mapping to a set of hardware macros. The main measure is the amount of configuration data and re/configuration time, the main constraint is the number of CLBs available. Next directions of development are pointed to.",
  booktitle="Advanced Simulation of Systems",
  chapter="5614",
  year="2001",
  month="september",
  pages="59--63",
  type="conference paper"
}