Self Controlling Dynamic Reconfiguration: A Case Study

@inproceedings{McGregor1999SelfCD,
  title={Self Controlling Dynamic Reconfiguration: A Case Study},
  author={Gordon Charles McGregor and Patrick Lysaght},
  booktitle={FPL},
  year={1999}
}
The design and physical implementation of a self-controlling dynamically reconfigurable system is described in detail. The reconfiguration control logic and target application execute in parallel within the same FPGA. In addition, the data required for each reconfiguration is generated on demand. A pattern-matching algorithm is used to investigate the viability of systems that exhibit self-control of reconfiguration management. The system was engineered on a custom development platform, based… CONTINUE READING
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