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Automated Multimode System Design for High Performance DSP Applications

Abstract : In a mobile society, more and more devices need to continuously adapt to changing environments. Such mode switches can be smoothly done in software using a general purpose or digital signal processor. However hardware components are required to cope with throughput and power constraints. Reconfigurable hardware technologies like FPGA offer partial reconfiguration at run-time but require too long reconfiguration times to rapidly changing applications. In this paper we propose an automated design flow to implement multiple configuration and multi-constraint systems into a single circuit using conventional hardware technologies.
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Submitted on : Friday, May 29, 2009 - 9:33:30 PM
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Bertrand Le Gal, Emmanuel Casseau. Automated Multimode System Design for High Performance DSP Applications. 17th EURASIP European Conference on Signal Processing, Aug 2009, United Kingdom. pp.000. ⟨hal-00389862⟩

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