Atukem Nabina

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Power is an important issue limiting the applicability of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) since it is considered to be up to one order of magnitude higher than in ASICs. Recently, dynamic reconfiguration in FPGAs has emerged as a viable technique able to achieve power and cost reductions by time-multiplexing the required functionality at runtime. In(More)
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