Valeri Kirischian

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This paper presents an approach for development of cost-effective custom video/image processing systems. The approach utilizes the concept of temporal partitioning of resources in the partially reconfigurable FPGA devices. Paper proposes architecture of the multi-mode video-stream processor with cyclically reconfigurable structure. The cost-effectiveness of(More)
This paper presents an approach for development of cost-effective hardware platform for video/image processing. The approach utilizes the SRAM based reconfigurable logic devices (FPGAs) and, their capability of run-time temporal partitioning of logic resources. We propose the architecture for multi-mode video-stream processor with cyclically reconfigurable(More)
Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are rapidly gaining popularity as implementation platforms for complex space-borne computing systems. However, such systems are exposed to cosmic radiation with levels orders of magnitude higher than terrestrial levels which can cause transient and even permanent hardware faults in on-board computing platforms. Because(More)
The laser testing facility for single event effects (SEEs) at the Saskatchewan Structural Sciences Centre, University of Saskatchewan is introduced and its principles of operation described. An ultrafast pulsed laser setup is used to investigate the SEE behavior of microelectronic circuits and devices. The capabilities of the system as they relate to SEE(More)
A high-speed visual processing system often requires real-time algorithm adaptation because of environmental changes, user requests or multi-object processing standards. The reconfigurable platform based on a run-time reconfigurable FPGA can employ dynamic algorithm adaptation if the reconfiguration overhead stays within the application's temporal(More)