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FPGA implementation of an invasive computing architecture

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4 Author(s)
Abdulazim Amouri ; Hardware/Software Co-Design, Department of Computer Science, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany ; Farhadur Arifin ; Frank Hannig ; Jürgen Teich

Invasive computing is a novel paradigm for exploitation of run-time parallelism of future MPSoC architectures through resource-aware programming and dynamic reconfiguration of the underlying architectures. Based on the state and availability of resources, an invasive algorithm organizes its computation itself. This paper presents a general methodology for mapping invasive algorithms to FPGA-based dynamically reconfigurable architectures. A detailed description of a general invasive architecture on a reconfigurable platform is given. For 1D linear processor architectures, the applicability of this concept is tested and results show substantial flexibility gains with only marginal additional hardware cost.

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Field-Programmable Technology, 2009. FPT 2009. International Conference on

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9-11 Dec. 2009