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Hardware design methodologies a b s t r a c t Portable libraries of highly-optimized hardware cores can significantly reduce the development time of reconfigurable computing applications. This paper presents the tradeoffs and challenges in the design of such libraries. A set of library development guidelines is provided, which has been validated with the RCLib case study. RCLib is a set of portable libraries with over 100 cores, targeting a wide range of applications. RCLib portability has beendoi:10.1016/j.parco.2008.03.005 fatcat:crqdqrnhhfe7dhq7timp7eqzne