Che-Cheng Hu

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Nowadays, the hardware of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) can be reconfigured both dynamically and partially. A dynamically and partially reconfigurable system can share hardware contexts among various hardware tasks. However, such FPGA systems require much memory to save the hardware context. To solve this problem, this work proposes a methodology(More)
A dynamically and partially reconfigurable system can arbitrarily swap hardware tasks at runtime. However, such FPGA systems require a long time to read and much memory to store the hardware context, when a hardware task is swapped out. A solution to this problem is to adjust the amount of read-back data in a hardware task to reduce the required memory size(More)
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