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Accelerating Machine-Learning Algorithms on FPGAs using Pattern-Based Decomposition

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Accelerating Machine-Learning Algorithms on FPGAs using Pattern-Based Decomposition
Machine-learning algorithms are employed in a wide variety of applications to extract useful information from data sets, and many are known to suffer from superlinear increases in computational time with increasing data size and number of signals being processed (data dimension). Certain principal machine-learning algorithms are commonly found embedded in larger detection, estimation, or classification operations. Three such principal algorithms are the Parzen window-based, non-parametric estimation of Probability Density Functions (PDFs), K-means clustering and correlation. Because they form an integral part of numerous machine-learning applications, fast and efficient execution of these algorithms is extremely desirable. FPGA-based reconfigurable computing (RC) has been successfully used to accelerate computationally intensive problems in a wide variety of scientific domains to achieve speedup over traditional software implementations. However, this potential benefit is quite often n...
Karthik Nagarajan, Brian Holland, Alan D. George,
Added 15 May 2011
Updated 15 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where VLSISP
Authors Karthik Nagarajan, Brian Holland, Alan D. George, K. Clint Slatton, Herman Lam
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