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2010
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9 years 4 months ago
Using the reconfigurable massively parallel architecture COPACOBANA 5000 for applications in bioinformatics
Currently several computational problems require high processing power to handle huge amounts of data, although underlying core algorithms appear to be rather simple. Especially i...
Lars Wienbrandt, Stefan Baumgart, Jost Bissel, Car...
TC
2008
9 years 9 months ago
Cryptanalysis with COPACOBANA
Cryptanalysis of ciphers usually involves massive computations. The security parameters of cryptographic algorithms are commonly chosen so that attacks are infeasible with availabl...
Tim Güneysu, Timo Kasper, Martin Novotn&yacut...
ICCS
2009
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
A Massively Parallel Architecture for Bioinformatics
Abstract. Today’s general purpose computers lack in meeting the requirements on computing performance for standard applications in bioinformatics like DNA sequence alignment, err...
Gerd Pfeiffer, Stefan Baumgart, Jan Schröder,...
ISCAPDCS
2007
9 years 11 months ago
Architectural requirements of parallel computational biology applications with explicit instruction level parallelism
—The tremendous growth in the information culture, efficient digital searches are needed to extract and identify information from huge data. The notion that evolution in silicon ...
Naeem Zafar Azeemi
DATE
2006
IEEE
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10 years 3 months ago
Temporal partitioning for image processing based on time-space complexity in reconfigurable architectures
Temporal partitioning techniques are useful to implement large and complex applications, which can be split into partitions in FPGA devices. In order to minimize resources, each o...
Paulo Sérgio B. do Nascimento, Manoel Euseb...
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