Jordan S. Swartz

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Digital circuits can be realized almost instantly using Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), but unfortunately the CAD tools used to generate FPGA programming bit-streams often require several hours to compile large circuits. We contend that there exists a subset of designers who are willing to pay for much faster compile times by having to use more(More)
With recent advances in silicon device technology, a new branch of computer architecture, reconngurable computing, has emerged. While this computing domain holds the promise of exceptional ne-grained parallel performance, the amount of time required to compile a program to a reconngurable computing platform can be prohibitive for many applications. A large(More)
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