By Ramachandran Vaidyanathan
Dynamic Reconfiguration: Architectures and Algorithms bargains a entire remedy of dynamically reconfigurable desktop architectures and algorithms for them. The insurance is wide ranging from basic algorithmic suggestions, ranging throughout algorithms for a big selection of difficulties and purposes, to simulations among types. The presentation employs a unmarried reconfigurable version (the reconfigurable mesh) for many algorithms, to allow the reader to distill key principles with no the bulky info of a myriad of versions. as well as algorithms, the publication discusses subject matters that offer a greater knowing of dynamic reconfiguration resembling scalability and computational strength, and newer advances equivalent to optical versions, run-time reconfiguration (on FPGA and similar platforms), and imposing dynamic reconfiguration. The e-book, that includes many examples and a wide set of workouts, is a superb textbook or reference for a graduate direction. it's also an invaluable connection with researchers and process builders within the zone.
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This abil ity of the two-dimensional R-Mesh to produce a much richer variety of bus configurations (than its one-dimensional counterpart) translates to a greater computational power, as we now illustrate. 6. If each column of this R-Mesh holds an input bit, then it can configure the bus system so that a bus starting at the top left corner of the R-Mesh terminates in row 1’s. That of the rightmost column if and only if the input contains 10 DYNAMIC RECONFIGURATION is, one could use this bus configuration to count the number of 1’s in the input.
Clearly Steps 2 and 4 run in constant time. Therefore, the recursion depth in Step 3 determines the time required for the algorithm. 4 to compute the prefix sums of N bits, at most of which are 1’s. Clearly, T(0) = 1. For constant and we have the following recurrence. 19). 4 give the following result. 10 For puted on an R-Mesh in of row 0 holds an input bit. the prefix sums of N bits can be comtime. Initially, each processor Efficiency Acceleration. Many R-Mesh algorithms trade efficiency for running time.
In the next chapter, we will describe the R-Mesh in detail and present many techniques to exploit its power. Chapter 3 discusses variants of the R-Mesh and provides a summary of the relative powers of various models of computation, both reconfigurable and non-reconfigurable. Subsequent chapters build on these ideas and explore particular topics in depth to reveal the broad range of applications that benefit from dynamic reconfiguration. 1 Consider a (non-segmentable) bus to which N processors are con nected.
Dynamic Reconfiguration: Architectures and Algorithms by Ramachandran Vaidyanathan