Daniel Maufroid

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1Université catholique de Louvain, Place du Levant 3, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium 2Thales Communications, Boulevard de Valmy 160, 92704 Colombes, France 3CESVIT MICROELETTRONICA, Via F. Frediani, 59100 Prato, Italy 4MBDA, Avenue Réaumur 1, 92358 Le Plessis Robinson, France 5Tecnopolis CSATA, Str P. Casamassima km 3, 70010 Valenzano Bari, Italy 6Aerospace(More)
mAgic-FPU is the architecture of a family of VLIW cores for configurable system level integration of floating and fixed point computing power. mAgic customization permits the designer to tune basic parameters, such as the computing power/memory access ratio of the core processor, the number of available arithmetic operation per cycle, the register file size(More)
It is foreseen that intellectual property (IP) based system-on-chip (SoC) can be frequently used in avionics in the future. Today, this IP technology is the main choice for high volume consumer products. Nearly all essential building blocks for SoCs are IP blocks, or virtual components. These virtual IP components compose the future hardware subsystem and(More)
This paper presents the RECOPS project that aims to study the use of reconfiguration in military applications. The project explores the new potentials and possibilities offered by reconfigurable components like FPGA. It identifies specificities related to the use of this technology in military applications and proposes solutions to support them. Specific(More)
This paper presents the RECOPS project that aims to study the use of reconfiguration in military applications. The project explores the new potentials and possibilities offered by reconfigurable components like FPGA. It identifies specificities related to the use of this technology in military applications and proposes solutions to support them. Specific(More)
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