Browse by Subject "FPGA"

  • Shi, Mengchen (2014-05)
    Studies have found that in Earth’s high latitude region the ionosphere is primarily influenced by energy flowing downward along magnetic field lines from high altitudes, but at middle and low latitudes the ionosphere is ...

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  • Cromar, Scott A.; Chen, Deming; Lee, Jaeho (ACM, 2009-01-17)
    Glitches (i.e. spurious signal transitions) are major sources of dynamic power consumption in modern FPGAs. In this paper, we present an FPGA-targeted, glitch-aware, high-level binding algorithm for power and area reduction, ...

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  • Chen, Daniel (2014-05)
    Short read aligners are tools used to map a person's genome onto the human reference genome. A typical aligner may take around seven hours to map the DNA associated with one single chromosome. I propose porting an aligner ...

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  • Cromar, Scott A. (2009-06-01)
    While technology scaling has presented many new and exciting opportunities, new design challenges have arisen. Smaller feature sizes have led to increased density and large variations in the delay and power characteristics ...

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  • Yu, Yangyang (2014-05)
    The thesis describes an implementation of a human position recognition system on FPGA (Filed Programmable Gate Array) using event-based dynamic vision sensors. Different from conventional vision sensors that detect full ...

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  • Findlay, Junia (2014-05)
    The motivation for this research is to be able to replicate a simplified neuronal model onto an FPGA using VHDL logic. Once the artificial neuron is created, self-organizing algorithms (Kohonen Maps) will be implemented. ...

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