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Smart Structures, Devices, and Systems II
Reconfigurable Circuit (RC) platforms can be configured to implement complex combinatorial and sequential logic. In this paper we investigate various RC technologies and discuss possible methods to optimise their power, speed and area. To address the drawbacks of existing RC technologies we propose a generic architecture we call "OFRL" (On-the-Fly Reconfigurable Logic). Our objective is to provide a low power, high speed platform for reconfigurable circuit and dynamically reconfigurable logicdoi:10.1117/12.582429 fatcat:z7uru3g6pzdsnoc6yqiwhxn4dy