Introduction to Reconfigurable Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, and Applications by Christophe BobdaIntroduction to Reconfigurable Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, and Applications by Christophe Bobda

Introduction to Reconfigurable Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, and Applications

byChristophe Bobda

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This work is a comprehensive study of the field. It provides an entry point to the novice willing to move in the research field reconfigurable computing, FPGA and system on programmable chip design. The book can also be used as teaching reference for a graduate course in computer engineering, or as reference to advance electrical and computer engineers. It provides a very strong theoretical and practical background to the field, from the early Estrin's machine to the very modern architecture such as embedded logic devices.

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Dr. Christophe Bobda is Associate Professor in the Department of Computing Science at Kaiserslautern University of Technology in Germany
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Title:Introduction to Reconfigurable Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, and ApplicationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:388 pagesPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Foreword. Preface. List of Figures. List of Tables.1. INTRODUCTION. 1 General Purpose Computing. 2 Domain Specific Processors. 3 Application Specific Processors. 4 Reconfigurable Computing. 5 Fields of Application. 6 Organization of the book.2. RECONFIGURABLE ARCHITECTURES. 1 Early Work. 2 Simple Programmable Logic Devices. 3 Complex Programmable Logic Device. 4 Field Programmable Gate Arrays. 5 Coarse-grained reconfigurable devices. 6 Conclusion.3. IMPLEMENTATION. 1 Integration. 2 FPGA Design Flow. 3 Logic Synthesis. 4 Conclusion. 4. HIGH-LEVEL SYNTHESIS FOR RECONFIGURABLE DEVICES. 1 Modelling. 2 Temporal partitioning algorithms. 3 Conclusion.5. TEMPORAL PLACEMENT. 1 Off-Line Temporal Placement. 2 On-Line Temporal Placement. 3 Managing the Device's Free Space with Empty Rectangles. 4 Managing the Device's Occupied Space. 5 Conclusion.6. ON-LINE COMMUNICATION. 1 Direct Communication. 2 Communication Over Third Party. 3 Bus-based Communication. 4 Circuit Switching. 5 Network on Chip. 6 The Dynamic Network on Chip (DyNoC). 7 Routing Packets. 8 Analysis of efficiency. 9 DyNoC Implementation on FPGAs. 10 Conclusion.7. PARTIAL RECONFIGURATION DESIGN. 1 Partial Reconfiguration on Virtex Devices. 2 Bitstream Manipulation with JBits. 3 The Modular Design Flow. 4 The Early Access Design Flow. 5 Creating partially reconfigurable designs. 6 Partial Reconfiguration using Handel-C Designs. 7 Platform design. 8 Enhancement in the Platform Design. 9 Conclusion.8. SYSTEM ONA PROGRAMMABLE CHIP. 1 Introduction to SoPC. 2 Adaptive Multiprocessing on Chip. 3 Conclusion.9. APPLICATIONS. 1 Pattern Matching. 2 Video Streaming. 3 Distributed Arithmetic. 4 Adaptive controller. 5 Adaptive Cryptographic Systems. 6 Software Defined Radio. 7 High Performance Computing. 8 Conclusion References. Appendices. A Hints to Labs. 1 Prerequisites. 2 Reorganization of the project Video8nonpr. B Party. C QuickPart-YTutorial.

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The book by Christophe Bobda, however, has also been written for people with a software background, substantially reducing the educational leap by bridging the gap. His book has the potential to become a best-seller and to stimulate the urgently needed transformation of the software developer population's mind set, by playing a similar role as known from the famous historic Mead-&-Conway textbook for the VLSI design revolution. Reiner Hartenstein, IEEE fellow, Professor, TU Kaiserslautern "