Dimitrios Theodoropoulos

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CAD tools are necessary for even the most rudimentary hardware designs when the target technology is FPGA or VLSI. This paper presents an experiment in the use of vendor-supplied vs. third-party tools, of high-level design (behavioral) vs. cell-based design, of technology tradeoffs among different vendors, and of design styles among designers. The(More)
  • I Sourdis, C Strydis, A Armato, C S Bouganis, B Falsafi, G N Gaydadjiev +12 others
  • 2013
The DeSyRe project builds on-demand adaptive and reliable Systems-on-Chips (SoCs). As fabrication technology scales down, chips are becoming less reliable, thereby incurring increased power and performance costs for fault tolerance. To make matters worse, power density is becoming a significant limiting factor in SoC design, in general. In the face of such(More)
The perturbation of neuronal cell membranes by ethanol may result in specific functional changes through modification of the activity of various membrane-bound proteins. In mouse striatum, adenylate cyclase, a membrane-bound enzyme, is coupled to dopamine, as well as to opiate, receptors. Ethanol stimulates striatal adenylate cyclase activity by modifying(More)
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