Dynamic Partial Reconfigurable FPGA Framework For Agent Systems

@inproceedings{Chen2011DynamicPR,
  title={Dynamic Partial Reconfigurable FPGA Framework For Agent Systems},
  author={Edward Chen and Victor N Gusev and Dorian Sabaz and Lesley Shannon and William A. Gruver},
  year={2011}
}
Dynamic Partial Reconfigurable (DPR) FPGAs enable software such as threads and agents to be executed directly in hardware. However, they were utilized as hardware extensions of software to execute individual threads or threads encapsulated in an agent. Thus, it was necessary for these systems to be administered by a CPU and did not take full advantage of the concurrency features that FPGAs provided. This paper presents a hardware framework in which the agent concept and the benefits that arise… CONTINUE READING

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