FPGA Design Automation: A Survey

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Now Publishers Inc, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 140 pages
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FPGA Design Automation: A Survey is an up-to-date comprehensive survey/tutorial of FPGA design automation, with an emphasis on the recent developments within the past 5 to 10 years. The focus is on the theory and techniques that have been, or most likely will be, reduced to practice. It covers all major steps in FPGA design flow: routing and placement, circuit clustering, technology mapping and architecture-specific optimization, physical synthesis, RT-level and behavior-level synthesis, and power optimization. FPGA Design Automation: A Survey can be used as both a guide for beginners who are embarking on research in this relatively young yet exciting area, and a useful reference for established researchers in this field.

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