Learning to Implement Floating-Point Algorithms on FPGAs Using High-Level Languages

@inproceedings{BruceLearningTI,
  title={Learning to Implement Floating-Point Algorithms on FPGAs Using High-Level Languages},
  author={R. Bruce and Stephen Marshall and Malachy Devlin and S{\'e}bastien Vince}
}
— FPGA-based reconfigurable computers can offer 10-1000 times speedup in many application domains over traditional microprocessor-based stored-program architectures. As a discipline, reconfigurable computing is in a period of change with little standards in place. It is becoming desirable to educate students in the principles of reconfigurable computing… CONTINUE READING