Design of Interconnection Networks for Programmable Logic
Guy Lemieux, ?Guy Lemieux, David LewisISBN: 1402077009;
The complexity of digital logic systems has increased steadily and rapidly for the last several decades due to a steady trend in technology scaling. As current manufacturing technology reaches the deep-submicron level, more and more low-level design effort is required to create a working design. This presents a growing cost and productivity problem for digital systems, which are also tending to increase in complexity at the systems level. At the same time, the capabilities of programmable logic devices have been advancing as they have progressed from PALs to CPLDs and now to FPGAs. Modern-day FPGAs can implement entire digital systems. They are increasingly attractive to systems-level designers, but in many cases their performance is inadequate, or theycontain insufficient memory, or they lack key intellectual property cores. Hence, there is a growing demand for merging programmable logic technology with custom deep-submicron VLSI technology. If there is one particular aspect of...
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