Field-Programmable Logic and Applications From FPGAs to Computing Paradigm [electronic resource] :8th International Workshop, FPL '98 Tallinn, Estonia, August 31–September 3, 1998 Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Hartenstein, Reiner W [editor.] | Keevallik, Andres [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1482Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1998.Description: XIII, 539 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540680666.Subject(s): Computer science | Arithmetic and logic units, Computer | Logic design | Microprocessors | Architecture, Computer | Software engineering | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Computer System Implementation | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Logic Design | Arithmetic and Logic Structures | Register-Transfer-Level ImplementationOnline resources: Click here to access online
New CAD framework extends simulation of dynamically reconfigurable logic -- Pebble: A language for parametrised and reconfigurable hardware design -- Integrated development environment for logic synthesis based on dynamically reconfigurable FPGAs -- Designing for Xilinx XC6200 FPGAs -- Perspectives of reconfigurable computing in research, industry and education -- Field-programmable logic: Catalyst for new computing paradigms -- Run-time management of dynamically reconfigurable designs -- Acceleration of satisfiability algorithms by reconfigurable hardware -- An optimized design flow for fast FPGA-based rapid prototyping -- A knowledge-based system for prototyping on FPGAs -- JVX — A rapid prototyping system based on Java and FPGAs -- Prototyping new ILP architectures using FPGAs -- CAD system for ASM and FSM synthesis -- Fast floorplanning for FPGAs -- SRAM-based FPGAs: A fault model for the configurable logic modules -- Reconfigurable hardware as shared resource in multipurpose computers -- Reconfigurable computer array: The bridge between high speed sensors and low speed computing -- A reconfigurable engine for real-time video processing -- An FPGA implementation of a magnetic bearing controller for mechatronic applications -- Exploiting contemporary memory techniques in reconfigurable accelerators -- Self modifying circuitry — A platform for tractable virtual circuitry -- REACT: Reactive environment for runtime reconfiguration -- Evaluation of the XC6200-series architecture for cryptographic applications -- An FPGA-based object recognition machine -- PCI-SCI protocol translations: Applying microprogramming concepts to FPGAs -- Instruction-level parallelism for reconfigurable computing -- A hardware/software co-design environment for reconfigurable logic systems -- Mapping loops onto reconfigurable architectures -- Speed optimization of the ALR circuit using an FPGA with embedded RAM: A design experience -- High-level synthesis for dynamically reconfigurable hardware/software systems -- Dynamic specialisation of XC6200 FPGAs by partial evaluation -- WebScope: A circuit debug tool -- Computing Goldbach partitions using pseudo-random bit generator operators on an FPGA systolic array -- Solving boolean satisfiability with dynamic hardware configurations -- Modular exponent realization on FPGAs -- Cost effective 2×2 inner product processors -- A field-programmable gate-array system for evolutionary computation -- A transmutable telecom system -- A survey of reconfigurable computing architectures -- A novel field programmable gate array architecture for high speed arithmetic processing -- Accelerating DTP with reconfigurable computing engines -- Hardware mapping of a parallel algorithm for matrix-vector multiplication overlapping communications and computations -- An interactive datasheet for the xilinx XC6200 -- Fast adaptive image processing in FPGAs using stack filters -- Increasing microprocessor performance with tightly-coupled reconfigurable logic arrays -- A high-performance computing module for a low earth orbit satellite using reconfigurable logic -- Maestro-link: A high performance interconnect for PC cluster -- A hardware implementation of Constraint Satisfaction Problem based on new reconfigurante LSI architecture -- A hardware operating system for dynamic reconfiguration of FPGAs -- High speed low level image processing on FPGAs using distributed arithmetic -- A flexible implementation of high-performance FIR filters on Xilinx FPGAs -- Implementing processor arrays on FPGAs -- Reconfigurable hardware — A study in codesign -- Statechart-based HW/SW-codesign of a multi-FPGA-board and a microprocessor -- Simulation of ATM switches using dynamically reconfigurable FPGA's -- Fast prototyping using system emulators -- Space-efficient mapping of 2D-DCT onto dynamically configurable coarse-grained architectures -- XILINX4000 architecture — Driven synthesis for speed -- The PLD-implementation of Boolean function characterized by minimum delay -- Reconfigurable PCI-BUS interface (RPCI) -- Programmable prototyping system for image processing -- A co-simulation concept for an efficient analysis of complex logic designs -- Programming and implementation of reconfigurable routers -- Virtual instruments based on reconfigurable logic -- The >S 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.
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.