Reconfigurable Embedded Systems: An Application-Oriented Perspective on Architectures and Design Techniques [chapter]

M. Glesner, H. Hinkelmann, T. Hollstein, L. S. Indrusiak, T. Murgan, A. M. Obeid, M. Petrov, T. Pionteck, P. Zipf
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Reconfiguration emerged as a key concept to cope with constraints regarding performance, power consumption, design time and costs posed by the growing diversity of application domains. This work gives an overview of several relevant reconfigurable architectures and design techniques developed by the authors in different projects and emphasizes the effective role of reconfigurability in embedded system design.
doi:10.1007/11512622_3 fatcat:5q4aerbfezbgdl37s72jwr6o34