Nelson Acosta

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
High-speed digital designs exhibit a moderate logic depth, gate count, and wiring capacitance. These three characteristics are also essential conditions for a low-power operation. Therefore, blocks with lower area or higher bandwidth can be good candidates to have a moderated power figure. This fact opens a way to overcome the lack of low-power EDA tools(More)
The accuracy of a standard market receiver GPS (Global Positioning System) is near 10-15 meters the 95% of the times. To reach a sub-metric level of accuracy some techniques must be used [1]. This article describes some of these procedures to improve the positioning accuracy by using a low-cost GPS in a differential relative positioning way. The proposed(More)
The GPS allows locating an object in any part of the World with a certain degree of accuracy. Some precision activities need to operate with a sub-metric level of accuracy. This paper introduces a data analysis tool to process the GPS information, by applying filters and algorithms to obtain a more precise position. The experimental results can achieve a(More)
This paper shows the effect of local and global interconnections in the area, throughput, and latency of VLSI arrays. As an example, a binary multiplier topology is pipelined in two advantageous directions to obtain two prototypes with the same logic depth (one processor element between consecutive lines of registers) but different wiring distribution. If a(More)
The incomplete definition of immunologic parameters that correlates with the protection against HCV infection has limited the development of a vaccine against this pathogen. Several studies advocate for the induction of strong cellular immune response against viral antigens, as well as neutralizing antibodies against HCV E2 envelope protein, as a success(More)
  • 1