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In advanced digital control and mechatronics, FPGA-based systems on a chip (SoCs) promise to supplant older technologies, such as microcontrollers and DSPs. However, the tackling of FPGA technology by control specialists is complicated by the need for skilled hardware/software partitioning and design in order to match the performance requirements of more and more complex algorithms while minimizing cost. Currently, without adequate software support to provide a straightforward design flow, thedoi:10.1155/2009/897023 fatcat:7fv44zvburhodne2dk6grna3he