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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We present a new methodology for controlling the space-time behavior of VLSI and FPGA-based processor arrays. The main idea is to generate simple local control elements which take control over the activeness of each attached processor element. Each control element thereby propagates a "start" and a "stop execution" signal to its neighbors. We show that our control mechanism is much more efficient than existing approaches because 1) only two control signals (start/stop) are required, 2) nodoi:10.1007/3-540-45874-3_9 fatcat:qplvjhoqcvhw5hmuqvbihr23qe