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The Teramac configurable compute engine

The Teramac configurable compute engine,10.1007/3-540-60294-1_97,Greg Snider,Philip Kuekes,W. Bruce Culbertson,Richard J. Carter,Arnold S. Berger,Rick

The Teramac configurable compute engine   (Citations: 4)
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The difficulty in creating a configurable machine lies in providing enough wires that placement and routing can be done with no human intervention. Several researchers have previously used tens of FPGAs to create configurable custom machines [8–11]; Teramac allows experiments using many hundreds of FPGAs by providing a routing-rich environment for implementing user designs by using custom FPGAs, MCM's and PC boards.
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    • ...By taking a slice of PALEs from each of eight hextants, a register file primitive is constructed (Figure 5). Each Plasma contains four, 2-bit wide, 64-deep, 16 port register files[8]...

    Rick Amersonet al. Plasma: an FPGA for million gate systems

    • ...By taking a slice of PALEs from each of eight hextants, a register file primitive is constructed (Figure 5). Each Plasma contains four, 2-bit wide, 64-deep, 16 port register files[8]...

    R. Amersonet al. Plasma: An FPGA for Million Gate Systems

    • ...Eight PALEs bound each side of the hextant, and eight hextants bound each side of a central crossbar (Figure 3). These two levels of crossbars allow (1) interconnections of PALEs within the same set; (2) interconnections of PALEs in different sets; and (3) interconnections of PALEs and U0 signal pins...

    R. Amersonet al. An FPGA for multi-chip reconfigurable logic

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