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On Designing Self-Aware Reconfigurable Platforms
 
K. Siozios, H. Sidiropoulos, D. Diamantopoulos, P. Figuli, D. Soudris, M. Hubner and J. Becker
Workshop on Self-Awareness in Reconfigurable Computing Systems (SRCS), pp. 14-17, Aug. 2012, Oslo, Norway
 
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Abstract:
Existing application domains exhibit variations in terms of complexity, performance and power consumption, whereas their efficient implementation onto general-purpose FPGAs is not always a viable solution. In this paper we introduce a framework for designing self-aware reconfigurable platforms. Rather than similar approaches, our solution having a template of architectures, instantiates the most suitable FPGA platform at run-time, depending onto the application's requirements. Experimental results with various applications prove the effectiveness of such an approach, as compared to perform application mapping onto a conventional FPGA architecture.

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