Reconfigurable Multipipeline Computing Structures

Igor Kalyaev
The Russian Academy of Sciences, Southern Federal University, Taganrog, Russia

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM048000



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This book covers theoretical aspects of design of reconfigurable multipipeline computing structures of various types and of their practical implementation, based on large-scale integration FPGAs. This book consists of the introduction and six chapters. Topics discussed include general design principles of reconfigurable multipipeline computing structure organization; organization principles of multimicropipeline computing structures within homogeneous environments; structural-procedural methods of organization of computations in multimacropipeline computing structures; and problems of practical implementation of reconfigurable multipipeline computing structures, based on large-scale integration FPGAs. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface i-xiii

Chapter 1. Principles of Organisation of Reconfigurable Multipipeline Computing Structures -pp. 1-32

Chapter 2. Multimacropipeline Computing Structures Based on Homogeneous Environments -pp. 33-90

Chapter 3. Structural-Procedural Organization of Computations in Multipipeline Structures -pp. 91-140

Chapter 4. FPGA-Based Reconfigurable Multipipeline Computing Structures -pp. 141-192

Chapter 5. Reconfigurable Multipipeline Computing Structures with Macroobject Architecture -pp. 193-236

Chapter 6. System Software of Reconfigurable Multipiepline Computing Structures -pp. 237-300

Index -pp. 311-315

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