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Achieving High Performance with FPGA-Based Computing
March 2007 (vol. 40 no. 3)
pp. 50-57
Martin C. Herbordt, Boston University
Tom VanCourt, Boston University
Yongfeng Gu, Boston University
Bharat Sukhwani, Boston University
Al Conti, Boston University
Josh Model, Boston University
Doug DiSabello, Boston University
Numerous application areas, including bioinformatics and computational biology, demand increasing amounts of processing capability. In many cases, the computation cores and data types are suited to field-programmable gate arrays. The challenge is identifying the design techniques that can extract high performance potential from the FPGA fabric.
Index Terms:
reconfigurable computing, FPGAs, High-performance computing
Citation:
Martin C. Herbordt, Tom VanCourt, Yongfeng Gu, Bharat Sukhwani, Al Conti, Josh Model, Doug DiSabello, "Achieving High Performance with FPGA-Based Computing," Computer, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 50-57, March 2007, doi:10.1109/MC.2007.79
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