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Design methodologies for partially reconfigured systems (1995)
posted by Andre on Monday April 02, @02:09PM
from the configuration-management dept.
FCCM 20 Nomination Gordon writes "This was a pioneering paper in the area of partial reconfiguration, in the sense of subtle partial reconfiguration looking to minimize updates, not just coarse-grain reconfiguration. The approach was illustrated using an artificial neural network application. The paper was a crucial early reference, and was cited in most of the early work on dynamic reconfiguration."

Title:Design methodologies for partially reconfigured systems
Category:Run-Time Systems and Run-Time Reconfiguration
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[Key Building Block: 4] [Opened Area: 3] [Industry Impact: 1] [Model Paper: 3] [Highly Cited: 3]
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