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High-Level Language Abstraction for Reconfigurable Computing
August 2003 (vol. 36 no. 8)
pp. 63-69
Walid A. Najjar, University of California, Riverside
Wim B?, Colorado State University
Bruce A. Draper, Colorado State University
Jeff Hammes, Colorado State University
Robert Rinker, Colorado State University
J. Ross Beveridge, Colorado State University
Monica Chawathe, Colorado State University
Charles Ross, Colorado State University

Reconfigurable computing systems typically consist of an array of configurable computing elements. The computational granularity of these elements ranges from simple gates to complete arithmetic logic units, with or without registers. A rich programmable interconnect completes the array.

Performance evaluation of Simple-Assignment C, a high-level, algorithmic language for one-step compilation to host code and field-programmable-gate-array configuration codes, has just begun, with the authors porting the system to a more complex board that contains three FPGAs.

Citation:
Walid A. Najjar, Wim B?, Bruce A. Draper, Jeff Hammes, Robert Rinker, J. Ross Beveridge, Monica Chawathe, Charles Ross, "High-Level Language Abstraction for Reconfigurable Computing," Computer, vol. 36, no. 8, pp. 63-69, Aug. 2003, doi:10.1109/MC.2003.1220583
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