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Field-Programmable Logic (FPL) is on the verge of revolutionizing digital signal processing (DSP) in the manner that programmable DSP microprocessors did nearly two decades ago. While FPL densities and performance have steadily improved to the point where some DSP solutions can be integrated into a single FPL chip, they still have limited use in(More)
Field-programmable logic (FPL), often grouped under the popular name field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA), are on the verge of revolutionizing sectors of digital signal processing (DSP) industry as programmable DSP microprocessor did nearly two decades ago. Historically, FPGAs were considered to be only a rapid prototyping and low-volume production(More)
Field-programmable logic (FPL) densities and performance have steadily improved, allowing DSP solutions to be integrated on a single FPL chip. The primary limitation of FPLs, in DSP-centric applications, is their intrinsically weak arithmetic performance compared to DSP microprocessors and ASICs. In some cases, distributed arithmetic (DA) has been used to(More)
The classical Lighthill-Witham-Richards (LWR) kinematic traffic model is extended to a unidirectional road on which the maximum density a(x) represents road inhomogeneities, such as variable numbers of lanes, and is allowed to vary discontinuously. The evolution of the car density φ = φ(x, t) can then be described by the initial value problem φt + `(More)