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Fabric convergence implications on systems architecture

Kevin Leigh, Parthasarathy Ranganathan, Jaspal Subhlok
2008 High-Performance Computer Architecture  
solutions, and new system architectures that leverage ensemble-level resource sharing.  ...  Based on the insights from these experiments, we discuss opportunities for future research -in new instrumentation and evaluation methods, new crosslayer and application-agnostic designs for fabric convergence  ...  systems via one or more I/O fabrics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hpca.2008.4658624 dblp:conf/hpca/LeighRS08 fatcat:zpoducv5zzhvjb3njy6lrwh3he

FPGA and ASIC convergence

C. Valderrama, L. Jojczyk, P. DaCunha Possa, J. Dondo Gazzano
2011 2011 VII Southern Conference on Programmable Logic (SPL)  
on the embedded systems arena. [3] [4] .  ...  The growing demands on multimedia applications and high-speed high-quality telecommunication systems with real-time constrains oriented to portable, low power consumption, devices, have being driven technologies  ...  Nowadays there is a good understanding on the reconfiguration mechanisms, architecture alternatives, reconfiguration implications [57] [58] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/spl.2011.5782660 fatcat:tuym2sakgbhyxmkwjbj6tzfaqq

Image Processing Architecture for Semiconductor Nanowire Based Fabrics

Pritish Narayanan, Teng Wang, Michael Leuchtenburg, Csaba Andras Moritz
2008 2008 8th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology  
A new processing architecture for semiconductor nanowire grid fabrics is presented. The system consists of a large number of functionally identical units called cells.  ...  One possible implementation of a digital Cellular Neural Network (CNN) using this architecture is shown.  ...  In this paper we explore a new architecture for image processing based on the NASIC fabric. The system is highly parallelized, with a large number of identical cells performing a given task.  ... 
doi:10.1109/nano.2008.205 fatcat:jxlz5e3rxvbhlmtadw6orqsw2y

Structure of silicate liquids in the deep Earth

L. Stixrude
2011 Acta Crystallographica Section A Foundations of Crystallography  
The partitioning of the copolymer blocks in inclusion crystals regularly alternated by amorphous nanophases could fabricate architectures on molecular and nanometric hierarchical scales, as demonstrated  ...  The change in H-speciation explains the approach towards ideal behavior on compression: the partial molar volume of water in silicate liquids, small at low pressure, converges to the volume of pure water  ...  The partitioning of the copolymer blocks in inclusion crystals regularly alternated by amorphous nanophases could fabricate architectures on molecular and nanometric hierarchical scales, as demonstrated  ... 
doi:10.1107/s0108767311095870 fatcat:4vpspk7dnzgojeqb37ztlc4f5i

Powder X-ray diffraction combined with solid state and129Xe NMR to study supramolecular crystalline materials

P. Sozzani, A. Comotti, S. Bracco, G. Distefano
2011 Acta Crystallographica Section A Foundations of Crystallography  
The partitioning of the copolymer blocks in inclusion crystals regularly alternated by amorphous nanophases could fabricate architectures on molecular and nanometric hierarchical scales, as demonstrated  ...  The change in H-speciation explains the approach towards ideal behavior on compression: the partial molar volume of water in silicate liquids, small at low pressure, converges to the volume of pure water  ...  The partitioning of the copolymer blocks in inclusion crystals regularly alternated by amorphous nanophases could fabricate architectures on molecular and nanometric hierarchical scales, as demonstrated  ... 
doi:10.1107/s0108767311095882 fatcat:gyex3pa6zvfy5elkcnlbg6hpg4

Limits to Modularity: Reflections on Recent Developments in Chip Design

Dieter Ernst
2005 Industry and Innovation  
Research on "modularity" has made an important contribution to the study of technical change and economic institutions.  ...  More modestly, I am aiming to move the debate away from polemics to a scholarly discourse that asks what forces might constrain the convergence of technical, organizational and market modularity.  ...  Proponents of modularity have left unexplored what happens when component and architectural design, as well as fabrication technologies, keep changing fast and unpredictably, and how that affects the convergence  ... 
doi:10.1080/13662710500195918 fatcat:udk2bzvusrc37nidtxmosdnnmq

The wearable motherboard: a framework for personalized mobile information processing (PMIP)

Sungmee Park, K. Mackenzie, S. Jayaraman
2002 Proceedings 2002 Design Automation Conference (IEEE Cat. No.02CH37324)  
In this paper, we provide an overview of this "interconnection" between the two fields and present the vision for "E-Textiles," which represents the convergence of the two fields.  ...  Finally, recent research in this area resulting in the realization of a "computational fabric network" is discussed.  ...  Initial research on the Wearable Motherboard was carried out under Contract # N66001-96-C-8639 from the US Department of Navy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dac.2002.1012614 fatcat:xsklczxylfc3dbk4dpv6thmbge

The wearable motherboard

Sungmee Park, Kenneth Mackenzie, Sundaresan Jayaraman
2002 Proceedings - Design Automation Conference  
In this paper, we provide an overview of this "interconnection" between the two fields and present the vision for "E-Textiles," which represents the convergence of the two fields.  ...  Finally, recent research in this area resulting in the realization of a "computational fabric network" is discussed.  ...  Initial research on the Wearable Motherboard was carried out under Contract # N66001-96-C-8639 from the US Department of Navy.  ... 
doi:10.1145/513918.513961 dblp:conf/dac/ParkMJ02 fatcat:tud2yjdpgzfsribozufjwmt4hy

The wearable motherboard

Sungmee Park, Kenneth Mackenzie, Sundaresan Jayaraman
2002 Proceedings - Design Automation Conference  
In this paper, we provide an overview of this "interconnection" between the two fields and present the vision for "E-Textiles," which represents the convergence of the two fields.  ...  Finally, recent research in this area resulting in the realization of a "computational fabric network" is discussed.  ...  Initial research on the Wearable Motherboard was carried out under Contract # N66001-96-C-8639 from the US Department of Navy.  ... 
doi:10.1145/513960.513961 fatcat:6yg4j3khjfbjhkomflnev2elti

Microfluidics embedded within extracellular matrix to define vascular architectures and pattern diffusive gradients

Brendon M. Baker, Britta Trappmann, Sarah C. Stapleton, Esteban Toro, Christopher S. Chen
2013 Lab on a Chip  
We demonstrated sustained spatial patterning of diffusive gradients dependent on the architecture of the microfluidic network, as well as the ability to independently populate cells in either the channels  ...  To highlight the utility of this approach, we generated model vascular networks by lining the channels with endothelial cells and examined how channel architecture, through its effects on diffusion patterns  ...  [13] [14] [15] As gradients of soluble factors are heavily implicated in angiogenesis, recent efforts have focused on exposing endothelial structures to gradients of angiogenic factors.  ... 
doi:10.1039/c3lc50493j pmid:23787488 pmcid:PMC4082768 fatcat:4ho5b3maubdkxi73nateuziz6y

Exploring parallelization for medium access schemes on many-core software defined radio architecture

Xi Zhang, Junaid Ansari, Manish Arya, Petri Mähönen
2013 Proceedings of the second workshop on Software radio implementation forum - SRIF '13  
In particular, we investigate the performance of two broad classes of MAC schemes on the Platform 2012 (P2012) many-core programmable computing fabric.  ...  Computationally intensive algorithms for MAC layer parameter optimization show an improvement of up to 85% in the convergence time as compared to using a single-core architecture.  ...  ENCore PE1 MAC Execution with MTE MAC Execution with RTM Execution Callback FABRIC Figure 1: System architecture: TRUMP implementation on P2012.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2491246.2491250 dblp:conf/sigcomm/ZhangAAM13 fatcat:dashdootlffg3pnekdpyygzl74

Cascaded channel-select filter array architecture using high-K transducers for spectrum analysis

Eugene Hwang, Tanay A. Gosavi, Sunil A. Bhave, Ronald G. Polcawich, Jeffrey S. Pulskamp, Sarah Bedair
2011 2011 Joint Conference of the IEEE International Frequency Control and the European Frequency and Time Forum (FCS) Proceedings  
This work presents a novel cascaded filter array architecture for large-scale MEMS filter arrays that overcomes the limitations associated with the large shunt capacitance to efficiently scale the number  ...  The proposed architecture effectively reduces the capacitive loading at the input by utilizing a series connection of the filters, resulting in improvement in the return loss and stopband rejection for  ...  -one using the parallel architecture, the other using the series cascaded architecture -designed for center frequencies around 20 MHz with channel spacing of 30 kHz were fabricated in the process described  ... 
doi:10.1109/fcs.2011.5977837 fatcat:3q3ishdidnfpnel27wcs4ignsm

Digital -is- Physical: How Functional Fabrication Disrupts Ubicomp Design Principles

Mike Fraser, Jingqi Liu, Jenna Shapiro, Joshua Taylor, Alluna Everitt
2019 Proceedings of the Halfway to the Future Symposium 2019 on - HTTF 2019  
We outline how emerging printed electronics techniques will enable functional fabrication, current limitations and opportunities for end-user fabrication of functional devices, and implications for new  ...  The idea of digital material in ubicomp 'hides' lower level abstractions such as physical architectures and materials from designers.  ...  Digital systems are themselves built upon physical architectures, albeit these are often hidden by layers of abstraction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3363384.3363472 dblp:conf/httf/FraserLSTE19 fatcat:rwoinrgxxrashb7xtdyhxwc3oe

Metaphysics of genetic architecture and computation

Karl Chu
2006 Architectural Design  
Metaphysics of Genetic Architecture and Computation Karl Chu ruminates on the far-reaching impact that the convergence of computation and biogenetics will have on the unfolding history of man and nature  ...  Planetary automata based on 1-D cellular automata (CA). Each rule set constitutes a genetic code that embodies the logic of self-replication: a system of recursively defined geometric objects.  ...  implications for the future of life on Earth.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ad.292 fatcat:5ecj633xpnb6thqpb5cqvdn5qe

System-level modeling of a network switch SoC

JoAnn M. Paul, Christopher P. Andrews, Andrew S. Cassidy, Donald E. Thomas
2002 Proceedings of the 15th international symposium on System Synthesis - ISSS '02  
Interestingly, convergence on a near-universal representation of digital systems beyond RTL is still elusive.  ...  were on the fabric.  ... 
doi:10.1145/581214.581215 fatcat:hssrvh2bwngjtojozriudveaka
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