Applied Reconfigurable Computing

@inproceedings{Sano2015AppliedRC,
  title={Applied Reconfigurable Computing},
  author={Kentaro Sano and Dimitrios Soudris and Michael H{\"u}bner and Pedro C. Diniz},
  booktitle={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  year={2015}
}
Reconfigurable architectures have emerged as energy efficient solution to increase the performance of the current embedded systems. However, the employment of such architectures causes area and power overhead mainly due to the mandatory attachment of a memory structure responsible for storing the reconfiguration contexts, named as context memory. However, most reconfigurable architectures, besides the context memory, employ a cache memory to store regular instructions which, somehow, cause a… CONTINUE READING