An Asynchronous Approach to E cient Execution of Programs onAdaptive Architectures Utilizing

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  title={An Asynchronous Approach to E cient Execution of Programs onAdaptive Architectures Utilizing},
  author={FPGAsLalit Agarwal and Mike Wazlowski},
  year={1994}
}
  • FPGAsLalit Agarwal, Mike Wazlowski
  • Published 1994
PRISM, a computer architecture consisting of a general-purpose core processor and a reconngurable FPGA platform, was designed to bridge the gap between general-purpose and specialized computers. The proof-of-concept system, PRISM-I, suuers from several limitations, principal among them being: single bus-cycle restriction on the evaluation time of the function synthesized on an FPGA, inability to execute loops with dynamic loop-counts, and ineecient execution of control constructs such as \if… CONTINUE READING

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