FCCM 2004

FCCM 2004

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FCCM presents recent work on the use of reconfigurable logic as computing elements. The proceedings focuses on topics such as device architecture, system architecture, compilation and programming tools, run time environments, nano technology, and applications.[4] Ratha, N., Jain, A., and Rover, D. Convolution on Splash 2. In IEEE FCCM ( 1995), pp. 204-213. [5] Swartzlander, E. Systolic Signal Processing Systems. Marcel Drekker, Inc., 1987. [6] Xilinx, Inc. Virtex-II Pro Platform FPGA User Guide.

Title:FCCM 2004
Author:Jeffrey M. Arnold, Kenneth L. Pocek
Publisher:Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE) - 2004-01-01


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