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A Self-reconfiguring Platform
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A self-reconfiguring platform is reported that enables an FPGA to dynamically reconfigure itself under the control of an embedded microprocessor. Expand
A lightweight approach for embedded reconfiguration of FPGAs
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This paper presents a lightweight approach for embedded reconfiguration of Xilinx Virtex II/spl trade/ series FPGAs that enables an FPGA to dynamically reconfigure itself under the control of a soft microprocessor core that is instantiated on the same array. Expand
Partial Run-Time Reconfiguration Using JRTR
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This paper describes JRTR, a software package which provides direct support for partial run-time reconfiguration. Expand
JBitsTM Implementations of the Advanced Encryption Standard (Rijndael)
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The Rijndael algorithm has been selected as the new Advanced Encryption Standard. Expand
A re-evaluation of the practicality of floating-point operations on FPGAs
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The use of reconfigurable hardware to perform high precision operations such as IEEE floating point operations has been limited in the past by FPGA resources. Expand
A high I/O reconfigurable crossbar switch
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A crossbar switch with 928 inputs and 928 outputs is presented. Expand
Testing FPGA Devices Using JBits
Unlike other integrated circuits, SRAM-based FPGA devices present a unique problem for testing. Because of their high level of configurability, it is often difficult to isolate and test deviceExpand
A System Level Resource Estimation Tool for FPGAs
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We address these restrictions with a fast resource estimation tool incorporated in the Xilinx System Generator. Expand
An evaluation of message passing implementations on Beowulf workstations
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This paper examines a set of four message passing libraries available for Beowulf workstations, focusing on their features, implementation, reliability, and performance. Expand
VirtexDS: a Virtex device simulator
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This paper discusses VirtexDS, a device level simulator for the Xilinx Virtex (tm) series that simulates at the device level for run-time reconfiguration. Expand
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