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Module Shaping and Exploration in Rapid FPGA Design and Assembly Workflows
(Virginia Tech, 2015-06-25)
The modular design methodology has been widely adopted to harness the complexity of large FPGA-based systems. As a result, a number of commercial and academic tool flows emerged to support modular design including ...
Enhancing GNU Radio for Hardware Accelerated Radio Design
(Virginia Tech, 2010-06-04)
As technology evolves and new methods for designing radios arise, it becomes necessary to continue the search for fast and flexible development environments. Some of these new technologies include software defined radio ...
Flexible and Lightweight Cryptographic Engines for Constrained Systems
(Virginia Tech, 2015-06-04)
There is a significant effort in building lightweight cryptographic operations, yet the proposed solutions are typically single purpose modules that can only provide a fixed functionality. However, flexibility is an important ...
On the Programmability and Performance of OpenCL Designs for FPGA
(Virginia Tech, 2018-02-09)
Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) have been emerging as a promising bedrock to provide opportunities for several types of accelerators that spans across various domains such as finance, web-search, and data center ...
Detecting Electromagnetic Injection Attack on FPGAs Using In Situ Timing Sensors
(Virginia Tech, 2018-08-29)
Nowadays, security is one of the foremost concerns as the confidence in a system is mostly dependent on its ability to protect itself against any attack. The area of Electromagnetic Fault Injection (EMFI) wherein attackers ...
Characterization of FPGA-based High Performance Computers
(Virginia Tech, 2011-08-09)
As CPU clock frequencies plateau and the doubling of CPU cores per processor exacerbate the memory wall, hybrid core computing, utilizing CPUs augmented with FPGAs and/or GPUs holds the promise of addressing high-performance ...