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In this paper an overview of the EU-FP6 "smart chips for smart surroundings" (4S) project is given. The overall mission of the 4S project is to define and develop efficient (ultra low-power), flexible, reconfigurable core building blocks, including the supporting tools, for future ambient systems. Dynamic reconfiguration offers the flexibility and(More)
This paper describes the RTL-to-layout implementation of the PACT XPP-III coarse-grained reconfigurable architecture (CGRA). The implementation activity was strictly based on a hierarchical approach in order to exploit performance optimization at all levels, as well as guarantee maximum scalability and provide a portfolio of IP-blocks that could be reused(More)
Treatment of 2, solid supported synthetic equivalent of 3-formylchromone (4), and ethyl acetoacetate affords the salicylate structure 8 instead of the previously reported isophtalate 7. This is the first formation of a salicylate by a double carbonyl condensation of a malondialdehyde moiety ever reported.
The use of programmability in systems-on-chip (SoC) brings as the main advantage the possibility of reducing the time-to-market and the cost of design, specially when different systems and functions must cover different markets, going from low-power and low-frequency instrumentation to high frequency communication. This paper presents a technique that can(More)
Two new solid-phase syntheses of substituted pyrazoles are described. The first includes supporting an o-hydroxyacetophenone on Merrifield resin, Vilsmeier-Haack formylation on the methyl group and cyclization with a substituted hydrazine to afford a pyrazole ring with two diversity centers. The second starts from o-hydroxyacetophenone supported on Wang(More)
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