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A field-programmable gate array, coupled with an on-chip 2 Mb DRAM bank has been designed, to aid in the study of the tradeoffs involved in the design of embedded DRAM for FPGAs. The memory can be used both as configuration storage, enabling reconfiguration in under 5 s, and application data memory, providing application logic executing on the array with up(More)
In computer vision applications, the surface defect classification is one of the important issues. In this work, we propose a new framework. The advantage of our framework is that to get many features using SIFT for an image and good classification performance according to our strategy. Experimental results on comparison with the different kernels functions(More)
This paper presents a double-side CMOS-carbon nanotube (CNT) sensor array for simple bare-die measurements in a medical environment based on a 0.35 μm standard CMOS process. This scheme allows robust measurements due to its inherent back-side rectifying diodes with a high latch-up resistance. In particular, instead of using pads, only two contact metal(More)
In this paper, we investigate the effect of electrical pulse bias on DNA hybridization events in a biosensor platform, using a Carbon Nanotube Network (CNN) and Gold Nano Particles (GNP) as an electrical channel. The scheme provides both hybridization rate enhancement of bio molecules, and electrical measurement in a transient state to avoid the charge(More)
With the recent 1.0[1] and 1.5[2,5] Tb/inch basic technology demonstration, and drive level demonstration [3,4] Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) [5] has proven to be a viable and promising technology for future magnetic data-storage products. The commercialization of HAMR presents some significant technical challenges that need to be resolved before(More)
Embedded DRAM for a Recon gurable Array Stylianos Perissakis, Yangsung Joo1, Jinhong Ahn1, Andr e DeHon, John Wawrzynek Computer Science Division 1DRAM Design 5 Team University of California, Berkeley LG Semicon, Cheongju, Korea fsper,johnw,amdg@cs.berkeley.edu fjooys,jhahng@lgsemicon.co.kr Abstract A eld-programmable gate array, coupled with an on-chip 2(More)
The incorporation of a complementary deoxynucleotide (dNTP) into a self-primed single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) attached to the surface of a sensor electrode generates an H+ charge that can be either trapped on the sensor surface or diffused into the surrounding solution. Electrical detection methods of DNA synthesis are based on these H+ kinetic mechanisms. The(More)
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