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Architecture-Independent Design for Run-Time Reconfigurable Custom Computing Machines
(Virginia Tech, 2000-07-20)
The configurable computing research community has provided a wealth of evidence that computational platforms based on FPGA technology are capable of cost-effectively accelerating certain kinds of computations. One actively ...
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 ...
Design and Implementation of an FPGA-based Soft-Radio Receiver Utilizing Adaptive Tracking
(Virginia Tech, 2000-08-25)
The wireless market of the future will demand inexpensive hardware, expandability, interoperability, and the implementation of advanced signal processing functions--i.e. a software radio. Configurable computing machines ...
The Effects of Caching on Reconfigurable Adaptive Computing Systems
(Virginia Tech, 2003-12-19)
Adaptive computing systems have proven useful for implementing a wide range of algorithms. A limitation of current systems is the relatively small amount of reconfigurable hardware resources. Many algorithms require more ...
An FPGA-Based Multiuser Receiver Employing Parallel Interference Cancellation
(Virginia Tech, 1998-07-22)
Research efforts have shown that capacity in a DS/CDMA cellular system can be increased through the use of digital signal processing techniques that exploit the nature of the multiple access interference (MAI). By jointly ...