Chih-Feng Liao

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To cope with increasing demands for higher computational power and greater system flexibility, dynamically and partially reconfigurable logic has started to play an important role in embedded systems and systems-on-chip (SoC). However, when using traditional design methods and tools, it is difficult to estimate or analyze the performance impact of including(More)
To cope with increasing demands for higher computational power and flexibility, dynamically and partially reconfigurable logic has started to play an important role in embedded systems and systems-on-chip. However, when using traditional design methods and tools, it is difficult to estimate or analyze the performance impact of including such reconfigurable(More)
Dynamically reconfigurable system-on-chips can change its hardware as well as software functionalities during run-time. Such system designs need more than what traditional design and verification techniques can provide. For example, partitioning is complicated by spatial placements in FPGA while OS needs more transparent handling between hardware and(More)
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