Ulrich Golze

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This paper considers the design and implementation of an FPGA-based configurable co-processor for general-purpose computers. Topics include the selection of suitable FPGAs as well as their interconnection. Various architectures are considered, one of which is examined in detail. It is based on the concepts of providing complex address generators separate(More)
High-performance design flows for FPGAs often rely on module generators to implement fast sub-circuits. However, the very flexibility of current generator systems makes their automatic use by synthesis and floorplanning steps difficult. We present a common model to express generator capabilities and design characteristics to client tools. Examples show how(More)