A dynamic instruction set computer


One of the key contributions of this paper is the idea of treating the two-dimensional FPGA area as a one-dimensional array of custom instructions, which the paper refers to as linear hardware space. Each custom instruction occupies the full width of the array but can occupy different heights to allow for instructions of varying complexity. Instructions… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/FPGA.1995.477415



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