Issue No. 02 - March/April (2005 vol. 22)
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Chen Chang , University of California, Berkeley
John Wawrzynek , University of California, Berkeley
Robert W. Brodersen , University of California, Berkeley
The BEE2 project is developing a reusable, modular, and scalable framework for designing high-end reconfigurable computers, including a processing-module building block and several programming models. Using these elements, BEE2 can provide over 10 times more computing throughput than a DSP-based system with similar power consumption and cost, and over 100 times that of a microprocessor-based system.
J. Wawrzynek, R. W. Brodersen and C. Chang, "BEE2: A High-End Reconfigurable Computing System," in IEEE Design & Test of Computers, vol. 22, no. , pp. 114-125, 2005.