C-Language techniques for FPGA acceleration of embedded software

In recent years, FPGA-based programmable platforms have emerged as viable alternatives for many types of high-performance computing applications. The opportunities presented by these platforms include the rapid creation of custom hardware, simplified field updates and the reduction or elimination of custom chips from many categories of electronic products.

This paper has described the fundamentals of FPGA-based platforms, and how C-language programming techniques can be applied effectively to these highly parallel platforms.

Full article can be read here C-Language techniques for FPGA acceleration of embedded software by David Pellerin (ImpulseC) and Kunal Shenoy (Xilinx)

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