Automated Partial Reconfiguration Design for Adaptive Systems with CoPR for Zynq

@inproceedings{Li2013AutomatedPR,
  title={Automated Partial Reconfiguration Design for Adaptive Systems with CoPR for Zynq},
  author={Yusen Li and Wentong Cai and Xueyan Tang},
  booktitle={FCCM 2013},
  year={2013}
}
By sharing resources among peers in peer-to-peer network, application layer multicast (ALM) has been shown an efficient way to improve the scalability and reduce the latency of communication. To deploy ALM in peer-to-peer distributed interactive applications (DIAs), the property of many-to-many communication of DIA demands multiple multicast trees to be constructed in the overlay. Therefore, how to efficiently allocate resources among multiple trees to maximize the benefit is an important and… CONTINUE READING

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