Mapping of image processing systems to FPGA computer based on temporal partitioning and design space exploration

@inproceedings{Nascimento2006MappingOI,
  title={Mapping of image processing systems to FPGA computer based on temporal partitioning and design space exploration},
  author={Paulo S{\'e}rgio B. do Nascimento and Manoel Eusebio de Lima and Stelita M. da Silva and Jordana L. Seixas},
  booktitle={SBCCI},
  year={2006}
}
High parallelism degree is fundamental for high speed image processing systems. Modern FPGA devices can provide such parallelism plus flexibility. Temporal partitioning techniques can be used to implement large systems, splitting them into partitions (called contexts), multiplexed in a FPGA. This approach can increase the effective FPGA area, allowing high parallelism in the application tasks. However, the context reconfigurations can cause performance decrease. Intensive parallelism… CONTINUE READING
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