Fast Area Estimation to Support Compiler Optimizations in FPGA-Based Reconfigurable Systems

@inproceedings{Kulkarni2002FastAE,
  title={Fast Area Estimation to Support Compiler Optimizations in FPGA-Based Reconfigurable Systems},
  author={Dhananjay Kulkarni and Walid A. Najjar and Robert Rinker and Fadi J. Kurdahi},
  booktitle={FCCM},
  year={2002}
}
Several projects have developed compiler tools that translate high-level languages down to hardware description languages for mapping onto FPGAbased reconfigurable computers. These compiler tools can apply extensive transformations that exploit the parallelism inherent in the computations. However, the transformations can have a major impact on the chip area (number of logic blocks) used on the FPGA. It is imperative therefore that the compiler user be provided with feedback indicating how much… CONTINUE READING
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