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An Auto-Adaptative Reconfigurable Architecture for the Control

Abstract : Previous works have shown that reconfigurable architectures are particularly well-adapted for implementing regular processing applications. Nevertheless, they are inefficient for designing complex control systems. In order to solve this drawback, microprocessors are jointly used with reconfigurable devices. However, only regular, modular and recon-figurable architectures can easily take into account constant technology improvements, since they are based on the repetition of small units. This paper focuses on the self-adaptative features of a new reconfigurable architecture dedicated to the control from the application to the computation level. This reconfigurable device can itself adapt its resources to the application at run-time, and can exploit a high level of parallelism into an architecture called RAMPASS.
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Nicolas Ventroux, Stéphane Chevobbe, Frédéric Blanc, Thierry Collette. An Auto-Adaptative Reconfigurable Architecture for the Control. ACSAC '04, Springer-Verlag, 2004, Advances in Computer Systems Architecture. ACSAC 2004. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 3189. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 72-87. ⟨cea-01789447⟩



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