Promises and Pitfalls of Reconfigurable Supercomputing.

@inproceedings{Gokhale2006PromisesAP,
  title={Promises and Pitfalls of Reconfigurable Supercomputing.},
  author={Maya Gokhale and Christopher Rickett and Justin L. Tripp and Chung Hsu and Ronald Scrofano},
  booktitle={ERSA},
  year={2006}
}
Reconfigurable supercomputing (RSC) combines programmable logic chips with high performance microprocessors, all communicating over a high bandwidth, low latency interconnection network. Reconfigurable hardware has demonstrated an order of magnitude speedup on compute-intensive kernels in science and engineering. However, translating high level algorithms to programmable hardware is a formidable barrier to the use of these resources by scientific programmers . A library-based approach has been… CONTINUE READING

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