Power consumption models for the use of dynamic and partial reconfiguration

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Minimizing the energy consumption and silicon area are usually two major challenges in the design of battery-powered embedded computing systems. Dynamic and Partial Reconfiguration (DPR) opens up promising prospects with the ability to reduce jointly performance and area of compute-intensive functions. However, partial reconfiguration management involves… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.micpro.2014.01.002

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@article{Bonamy2014PowerCM, title={Power consumption models for the use of dynamic and partial reconfiguration}, author={Robin Bonamy and S{\'e}bastien Bilavarn and Daniel Chillet and Olivier Sentieys}, journal={Microprocessors and Microsystems - Embedded Hardware Design}, year={2014}, volume={38}, pages={860-872} }