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VLSI Implementation of a Run-time Reconfigurable Custom Computing Integrated Circuit
(Virginia Tech, 1996-11-07)
The growth of high performance computing to date can largely be attributed to continuing breakthroughs in materials and manufacturing.In order to increase computing capacity beyond these physical bounds, new computing ...
Implementation of a Turbo Decoder on a Configurable Computing Platform
(Virginia Tech, 1999-09-17)
Turbo codes are a new class of codes that can achieve exceptional error performance and energy efficiency at low signal-to-noise ratios. Decoding turbo codes is a complicated procedure that often requires custom hardware ...
It is I: An Authentication System for a Reconfigurable Radio
(Virginia Tech, 2002-08-02)
The security of a radio system hinges on its ability to effectively authenticate a user. This work proposes a two-factor authentication scheme using a token and a biometric. The users' access rights are determined during ...
Context Switching Strategies in a Run-Time Reconfigurable system
(Virginia Tech, 2002-04-16)
A distinctive feature of run-time reconfigurable systems is the ability to change the configuration of programmable resources during execution. This opens a number of possibilities such as virtualisation of computational ...
Searching Biological Sequence Databases Using Distributed Adaptive Computing
(Virginia Tech, 2003-01-24)
Genetic research projects currently can require enormous computing power to processes the vast quantities of data available. Further, DNA sequencing projects are generating data at an exponential rate greater than that ...