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Motoneurons in the spinal cord have intrinsic voltage-dependent persistent inward currents (PICs; e.g. persistent calcium currents) that amplify synaptic inputs by three- to five-fold in addition to providing a sustained excitatory drive that allows motoneurons to fire repetitively following a brief synaptic excitation. In this study, we examined whether(More)
Many-cache is a memory architecture that efficiently supports caching in commercially available FPGAs. It facilitates FPGA programming for high-performance computing (HPC) developers by providing them with memory performance that is greater and power consumption that is less than their current CPU platforms, but without sacrificing their familiar, C-based(More)
This poster describes CHiMPS, a toolflow that aims to provide software developers with a way to program hybrid CPU-FPGA platforms using familiar tools, languages, and techniques. CHiMPS starts with C and produces a specialized spatial dataflow architecture that supports coherent caches and the shared-memory programming model. The toolflow is designed to(More)
High-Performance Reconfigurable Computers (HPRCs) based on the combination of conventional processors and FPGAs have been gaining attention in the past few years. Their benefits were particularly harnessed in compute-intensive integer applications. However, there has been doubt that the same benefits can be attained for general scientific applications.(More)
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