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Multi-FPGA Systems Synthesis by Means of Evolutionary Computation

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Multi-FPGA Systems Synthesis by Means of Evolutionary Computation
Abstract. Multi-FPGA systems (MFS) are used for a great variety of applications, for instance, dynamically re-configurable hardware applications, digital circuit emulation, and numerical computation. There are a great variety of boards for MFS implementation. In this paper a methodology for MFS design is presented. The techniques used are evolutionary programs and they solve all of the design tasks (partitioning placement and routing). Firstly a hybrid compact genetic algorithm solves the partitioning problem and then genetic programming is used to obtain a solution for the two other tasks.
José Ignacio Hidalgo, Francisco Ferná
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where GECCO
Authors José Ignacio Hidalgo, Francisco Fernández de Vega, Juan Lanchares, Juan Manuel Sánchez-Pérez, Román Hermida, Marco Tomassini, Ranieri Baraglia, Raffaele Perego, Oscar Garnica
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