Tim Garverick

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The National Adaptive Processing Architecture (NAPA) is a major effort to integrate the resources needed to develop teraops class computing systems based on the principles of adaptive computing. The primary goals for this effort include: (1) the development of an example NAPA component which achieves an order of magnitude cost/performance improvement(More)
The panelists focus first on the possibility, likelihood or inevitability of combinations of pro-grammable logic, microprocessors and ASICs in a single chip and then address the following issues: • Will they be as general as possible or application specific? • Will all three types of logic be involved or perhaps only two? • How much of the die area should(More)
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