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A Custom Computing Machine Solution for Simulation of Discretized Domain Physical Systems
(Virginia Tech, 1996-06-05)
This thesis describes the implementation of a two-dimensional heat transfer simulation system using a Splash-2 Custom Computing Machine (CCM). This application was implemented as a proof of concept for utilizing CCMs in ...
Unstructured Finite Element Computations on Configurable Computers
(Virginia Tech, 1998-08-03)
Scientific solutions to physical problems are computationally intensive. With the increasing emphasis in the area of Custom Computing Machines, many physical problems are being solved using configurable computers. The ...
Partitioning Methods and Algorithms for Configurable Computing Machines
(Virginia Tech, 1998-08-05)
This thesis addresses the partitioning problem for configurable computing machines. Specifically, this thesis presents algorithms to partition chain-structured task graphs across configurable computing machines. The ...
Design and Implementation of an FPGA-based Adaptive filter Single-User Receiver
(Virginia Tech, 1999-09-17)
During the last decade, the wireless communications industry has grown rapidly. Driven by market demand, service providers are continuously looking for better systems. The main focus of continued research has been to ...
Framework for a Context-Switching Run-Time Reconfigurable System
(Virginia Tech, 2002-05-03)
<p>The reprogrammable nature of configurable computing machines has led to a wealth of research in run-time reconfigurable systems and applications. A limitation often encountered in this research is the slow configuration ...