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by Duncan A. Buell,Jeffrey M. Arnold,Walter J. Kleinfelder

ePub Splash 2: FPGAs in a Custom Computing Machine download
Author:
Duncan A. Buell,Jeffrey M. Arnold,Walter J. Kleinfelder
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978-0818674136
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081867413X
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Wiley-IEEE Computer Society Pr; 1 edition (May 30, 1996)
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In addition to the description of the machine, this book explains why Splash 2 was engineered.

This is the first publication that details the complete Splash 2 project - the hardware and software systems. In addition to the description of the machine, this book explains why Splash 2 was engineered. It illustrates several applications in detail, allowing you to gain an understanding of the capabilities and the limitations of this kind of computing device. The Splash 2 program is significant for two reasons.

Duncan A. Buell, Jeffrey M. Arnold, Walter J. Kleinfelder. This is the first publication that details the complete Splash 2 project - the hardware and software systems, the architecture and their implementations, and the design process by which the architecture evolved from an earlier version machine.

ISBN: 978-0-818-67413-6 June 1996 Wiley-IEEE Computer Society Pr 224 Pages.

computer science, University of South Carolina. Splash 2: FPGAs in a custom computing machine. DA Buell, JM Arnold, WJ Kleinfelder. Articles Cited by. Title. Splash 2. JM Arnold, DA Buell, EG Davis. Wiley-IEEE Computer Society Press, 1996. Binary Quadratic Forms.

Splash 2 - FPGAs in a custom computing machine. Duncan A. Arnold, Walter Kleinfelder.

The Splash 2 program is significant for two reasons

The Splash 2 program is significant for two reasons. First, Splash 2 is part of a complete computer system that achieves supercomputer like performance on a number of different applications. The second significant aspect is that this large system is capable of performing real computations on real problems.

Splash 2: FPGAs in a Custom Computing Machine. IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, California. Buell, Duncan A. and Pocek, K. L. (1995). Custom Computing Machines: An Introduction. Journal of Supercomputing, 9(3):219–230. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Cuccaro, Steven A. and Reese, Craig F. (1993). The CM-2X: A Hybrid CM-2/Xilinx Prototype. Details the complete Splash 2 project-the hardware and software systems, their architecture and implementation, and the design process by which the architecture evolved from an earlier version machine.

A. Buell, J. M. Arnold, and W. J. Kleinfelder, ed. Splash 2: FPGAs in a Custom Computing Machine, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1996, 320 pages, ISBN 0-8186-7413-X

A. Splash 2: FPGAs in a Custom Computing Machine, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1996, 320 pages, ISBN 0-8186-7413-X. D. A. Buell, Binary Quadratic Forms: Classical Theory and Modern Computations, Springer-Verlag, 1989, 247 pages, ISBN 0-387-97037-1.

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This book describes the Splash 2 computing system as designed andbuilt at the Supercomputing Research Center. This is a novelattached processor using Xilinx 4010 FPGAs as its processingelements and whose application programming language is VHDL. Thisis the first publication that details the complete Splash 2 project-- the hardware and software systems, the architecture and theirimplementations, and the design process by which the architectureevolved from an earlier version machine. This text allows you tounderstand why the machine has been engineered in the way it has.In addition to the description of the machine, several applicationsare described in detail, permitting the reader to gain anunderstanding of the capabilities and the limitations of this kindof computing device.The Splash 2 program is significant for two reasons. First, Splash2 is part of a complete computer system that achieves supercomputerlike performance on a number of different applications. The secondsignificant aspect is that this large system is capable ofperforming real computations on real problems. In order tounderstand what happens when the application programmer ispermitted to design the processor architecture of the machine thatexecute his programs, it is necessary to see the system as a whole.This book looks in-depth at one of the handful of data points inthe design space of this new kind of machine.