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To realize high performance, embedded applications are deployed on multiprocessor platforms tailored for an application domain. However, when a suitable platform is not available, only few application niches can justify the increasing costs of an IC product design. An alternative is to design the multiprocessor on an FPGA. This retains the programmability advantage, while obviating the risks in producing silicon. This also opens FPGAs to the world of software designers. In this paper, wedoi:10.1109/fpl.2005.1515769 dblp:conf/fpl/RavindranSJK05 fatcat:xvyorxvzh5f77ngqk4rhweruhi