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From high level programming model to FPGA machines

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3 Author(s)
Banatre, J.P. ; Campus de Beaulieu, IRISA, Rennes, France ; Lavenier, D. ; Vieillot, M.

This paper presents an approach for deriving a FPGA machine from a high level parallel programming model. The model is based on the chemical reaction metaphor : the data structure is a multiset and the computation can be seen as a succession of chemical reactions consuming and producing new elements according to specific rules. Von Newman architecture are not suited to this programming style; we show the utility of FPGAs for deriving adapted hardware architectures. Feasibility has been demonstrated on the DEC-PRL Perle-1 board with implementation of a representative algorithm

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FPGAs for Custom Computing Machines, 1994. Proceedings. IEEE Workshop on

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10-13 Apr 1994

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