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Totem: Custom Reconfigurable Array Generation (2001)
posted by Andre on Saturday March 31, @05:37PM
from the domain-specific-architectures dept.
FCCM 20 Nomination Steve Wilton writes "This paper introduced the idea of automatically generating domain-specific coarse-grained architectures."

Title:Totem: Custom Reconfigurable Array Generation
Year:2001
Category:Architecture and Technology
DOI Link:http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=1420907

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[Key Building Block: 3] [Opened Area: 5] [Industry Impact: 2] [Model Paper: 3] [Highly Cited: 2]
(all rated 1 (low=bottom half of all papers in FPGA conference) to 5 (high=in top 5 papers by this criteria);
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Rate: Totem: Custom Reconfigurable Array Generation (2001)
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3: worthy nomination for consideration (definitely in top 50 papers)
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1: should not be considered (bottom 50%)
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