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Modern FPGAs are not just able to trade off speed and area, but features, cost, static power, dynamic power, reliability and yield. This talk will discuss methodologies, metrics and success criteria for evaluation of FPGA architectural decisions. We will outline the current industrial approach to evaluating an architectural feature, and describe some of the challenges that are currently being faced for commercial architectures using some recent advances in FPGA architecture design as examples.
Date of Conference: 28-30 Aug. 2006