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Issue No.01 - Jan.-Feb. (2014 vol.34)
pp: 42-53
James Coole , University of Florida
Greg Stitt , University of Florida
High-level synthesis from OpenCL has shown significant potential, but current approaches conflict with mainstream OpenCL design methodologies owing to orders-of-magnitude longer field-programmable gate array compilation times and limited support for changing or adding kernels after system compilation. In this article, the authors introduce a back-end synthesis approach for potentially any OpenCL tool. This approach uses virtual coarse-grained reconfiguration contexts to speed up compilation by 4,211× at a cost of 1.8× system resource overhead, while also enabling 144× faster reconfiguration to support different kernels and rapid changes to kernels.
Reconfigurable architectures, Context awareness, Field programmable gate arrays, Kernels, Runtime, Finite impulse response filters,intermediate fabrics, OpenCL, FPGA
James Coole, Greg Stitt, "Fast, Flexible High-Level Synthesis from OpenCL using Reconfiguration Contexts", IEEE Micro, vol.34, no. 1, pp. 42-53, Jan.-Feb. 2014, doi:10.1109/MM.2013.108
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