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ACM SIGDA Technical Committee on FPGAs and Reconfigurable Computing

 
Rate: Design methodologies for partially reconfigured systems (1995)
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5: should be considered a candidate for top overall paper   0% 0 / 0%
4: definitely should be in most significant (definitely in top 10 paper)   0% 0 / 0%
3: worthy nomination for consideration (definitely in top 50 papers)   0% 0 / 0%
2: good paper (top 50%), but there are plenty of better papers   0% 0 / 0%
1: should not be considered (bottom 50%)   0% 0 / 0%
No Opinion   0% 0 / 0%
0 total votes.

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