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New design methodologies & synthesis techniques for complex FPGA designs

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With diverse applications for FPGAs in the automotive, consumer, military/aerospace, networking, medical or wireless markets - designers are faced with an equally diverse set of implementation challenges. FPGA designs may have aggressive performance and area objectives or stringent operational requirements for safety-critical applications. Logic synthesis is among the most critical steps in ensuring these design goals are met within the required market window. In this this session you will learn how advances in FPGA synthesis have kept pace with the latest device architectures. Among the topics to be discussed are latest innovations in physical synthesis, design analysis, synthesis for operational safety, and incremental design flows.

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Programmable Hardware Systems, 2008 IET and Electronics Weekly Conference on

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8-9 Oct. 2008