MPI as an abstraction for software-hardware interaction for HPRCs

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High performance reconfigurable computers (HPRCs) consist of one or more standard microprocessors tightly coupled with one or more reconfigurable FPGAs. HPRCs have been shown to provide good speedups and good cost/performance ratios, but not necessarily ease of use, leading to a slow acceptance of this technology. HPRCs introduce new design challenges, such… (More)

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@article{Saldana2008MPIAA, title={MPI as an abstraction for software-hardware interaction for HPRCs}, author={Michelle D Saldana and A. Patel and Cheryl Madill and David Nunes and Danyao Wang and Henry Styles and Andrew Putnam and Roman M Wittig and P. Chow}, journal={2008 Second International Workshop on High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing Technology and Applications}, year={2008}, pages={1-10} }