James Lyke

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In FPGA embedded systems, designers usually have to make a compromise between numerical precision and logical resources. Scientific computations in particular, usually require highly accurate calculations and are computing intensive. In this context, a designer is left with the task of implementing several arithmetic cores for parallel processing while(More)
This paper discusses concepts of adaptive wiring manifolds, in which soft-configured wires can be formed ''on demand'' to form dedicated conductive pathways that can connect many points within an embedded system. ABSTRACT | Field-programmable wiring systems refer to methods and hardware that can maintain the interconnection of components of different types.(More)
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