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Field programmable logic : architectures, synthesis and applications ; proceedings

Author: Reiner W Hartenstein; International Workshop on Field Programmable Logic and Applications
Publisher: Berlin ; Heidelberg ; New York ; London ; Paris ; Tokyo ; Hong Kong ; Barcelona ; Budapest : Springer, 1994.
Series: Lecture notes in computer science, vol. 849.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : German
Publication:Field-Programmable Logic: Architectures, Synthesis and Applications.

This volume of conference proceedings contains research papers on FPGA-based computer architectures, high-level design, prototyping and ASIC emulators, commercial devices, new tools, CCMs and HW/SW  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Kongreß
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Reiner W Hartenstein; International Workshop on Field Programmable Logic and Applications
ISBN: 3540584196 9783540584193 0387584196 9780387584195
OCLC Number: 75502358
In: Hartenstein, Reiner W
Notes: Literaturangaben.
Description: XI, 434 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme ; 24 cm.
Contents: Fault modeling and test generation for FPGAs.- A test methodology applied to Cellular logic Programmable Gate Arrays.- Integrated layout synthesis for FPGA's.- Influence of logic block layout architecture on FPGA performance.- A global routing heuristic for FPGAs based on mean field annealing.- Power dissipation driven FPGA place and route under delay constraints.- FPGA technology mapping for power minimization.- Specification and synthesis of complex arithmetic operators for FPGAs.- A speed-up technique for synchronous circuits realized as LUT-based FPGAs.- An efficient technique for mapping RTL structures onto FPGAs.- A testbench design method suitable for FPGA-based prototyping of reactive systems.- Using consensusless covers for fast operating on Boolean functions.- Formal verification of timing rules in design specifications.- Optimized synthesis of self-testable finite state machines (FSM) using BIST-PST structures in Altera structures.- A high-speed rotation processor.- The MD5 message-digest algorithm in the XILINX FPGA.- A reprogrammable processor for fractal image compression.- Implementing GCD systolic Arrays on FPGA.- Formal CAD techniques for safety-critical FPGA design and deployment in embedded subsystems.- Direct sequence spread spectrum digital Radio DSP prototyping using xilinx FPGAs.- FPGA based reconfigurable architecture for a compact vision system.- A new FPGA architecture for word-oriented datapaths.- Image processing on a custom computing platform.- A superscalar and reconfigurable processor.- A fast FPGA implementation of a general purpose neuron.- Data-procedural languages for FPL-based machines.- Implementing on line arithmetic on PAM.- Software environment for WASMII: A data driven machine with a virtual hardware.- Constraint-based hierarchical placement of parallel programs.- ZAREPTA: A zero lead-time, all reconfigurable system for emulation, prototyping and testing of ASICs.- Simulating static and dynamic faults in BIST structures with a FPGA based emulator.- FPGA based prototyping for verification and evaluation in hardware-software cosynthesis.- FPGA based low cost Generic Reusable Module for the rapid prototyping of subsystems.- FPGA development tools: Keeping pace with design complexity.- Meaningful benchmarks for logic optimization of table-lookup FPGAs.- Educational use of Field Programmable Gate Arrays.- Hardwire: A risk-free FPGA-to-ASIC migration path.- Reconfigurable hardware from programmable logic devices.- On some limits of XILINX based control logic implementations.- Experiences of using XBLOX for implementing a digital filter algorithm.- Continuous interconnect provides solution to density/performance trade-off in programmable logic.- A high density complex PLD family optimized for flexibility, predictability and 100% routability.- Design experience with fine-grained FPGAs.- FPGA routing structures from real circuits.- A tool-set for simulating altera-PLDs using VHDL.- A CAD tool for the development of an Extra-Fast Fuzzy Logic Controller based on FPGAs and memory modules.- Performance characteristics of the Monte-Carlo clustering processor (MCCP) - a field programmable logic based custom computing machine.- A Design Environment with Emulation of Prototypes for hardware/software systems using XILINX FPGA.- DSP development with full-speed prototyping based on HW/SW codesign techniques.- The architecture of a general-purpose processor cell.- The design of a stack-based microprocessor.- Implementation and performance evaluation of an image pre-processing chain on FPGA.- Signature testability of PLA.- A FPL prototyping package with a C++ interface for the PC bus.- Design of safety systems using Field Programmable Gate Arrays.- A job dispatcher-collector made of FPGA's for a centralized Voice Server.- An optoelectronic 3-D Field Programmable Gate Array.- On channel architecture and routability for FPGA's under faulty conditions.- High-performance datapath implementation on Field-Programmable Multi-Chip Module (FPMCM).- A laboratory for a digital design course using FPGAs.- Coordinate Rotation DIgital Computer (CORDIC) synthesis for FPGA.- MARC: A Macintosh NUBUS-expansion board based reconfigurable test system for validating communication systems.- Artificial neural network implementation on a fine-grained FPGA.
Series Title: Lecture notes in computer science, vol. 849.
Responsibility: 4th International Workshop on Field Programmable Logic and Applications, FPL '94, Prague, Czech Republic, September 1994. Reiner W. Hartenstein ; Michal Z. Servít (ed.).


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