An overview of FPGAs and FPGA programming ; Initial experiences at Daresbury November 2006 Version 2 . 0

@inproceedings{Wain2006AnOO,
  title={An overview of FPGAs and FPGA programming ; Initial experiences at Daresbury November 2006 Version 2 . 0},
  author={Richard A. J. Wain and I. J. Bush and Martyn F. Guest and Miles Deegan and Igor N. Kozin and Christine A. Kitchen},
  year={2006}
}
This report will provide a brief introduction to Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), the key reasons for their emergence into the High Performance Computing (HPC) market and the difficulties of assessing their performance against that of conventional microprocessors. It will also discuss FPGA programming tools and the key challenges involved in programming these devices. As well as providing some background information on FPGAs and FPGA programming this report will cover our initial… CONTINUE READING
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