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VLD, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, CPSY, RECONF, ICD, CPM
(Joint) [detail]
2010-11-30
14:35
Fukuoka Kyushu University A case study of efficient task scheduling for FPGA-based partially reconfigurable systems
Yoshiaki Tsutsumi, Morihiro Kuga, Toshinori Sueyoshi (Kumamoto Univ.) RECONF2010-43
Dynamic Recon gurable system is the system that can build any function with recon gurable device such as FPGA (Field Pro... [more] RECONF2010-43
pp.25-30
RECONF 2010-05-13
16:20
Nagasaki   A Case Study of Evaluation Technique for Soft Error Tolerance on SRAMs-based FPGAs.
Tsuyoshi Kimura, Noritaka Kai, Yoshiaki Tsutsumi, Motoki Amagasaki, Morihiro Kuga, Toshinori Sueyoshi (Kumamoto Univ.) RECONF2010-7
SRAM-based field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are vulnerable to a single event upset (SEU),which is induced by radia... [more] RECONF2010-7
pp.37-42
VLD, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, CPSY, RECONF, ICD, CPM
(Joint) [detail]
2009-12-03
13:25
Kochi Kochi City Culture-Plaza A Case Study of Error Correction Technique for SRAM-based FPGA using the Partial Reconfiguration
Noritaka Kai, Yoshiaki Tsutsumi, Motoki Amagasaki, Morihiro Kuga, Toshinori Sueyoshi (Kumamoto Univ.) RECONF2009-41
The present paper describes an error correction technique for SRAM-based Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) using th... [more] RECONF2009-41
pp.1-6
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