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1998 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided Design. Digest of Technical Papers (IEEE Cat. No.98CB36287)
Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are commonly used in embedded systems. Although it is possible to reconfigure some FPGAs while an embedded system is operational, this feature is seldom exploited. Recent improvements in the flexibility and reconfiguration speed of FPGAs have made it practical to reconfigure them dynamically, reducing the amount of hardware required in an embedded system. We have developed a system, called CORDS, which synthesizes multi-rate, real-time, periodicdoi:10.1109/iccad.1998.742851 fatcat:g3drt64hvfh3ph5tuna5vym6ba