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Re-Form: FPGA-Powered True Codesign Flow for High-Performance Computing In The Post-Moore Era

TitleRe-Form: FPGA-Powered True Codesign Flow for High-Performance Computing In The Post-Moore Era
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsCappello, F, Yoshii, K, Finkel, H, Cong, J
Conference NameThe 2016 Post-Moore’s Era Supercomputing (PMES) Workshop
Date Published11/2016
Conference LocationSalt Lake City, Utah
AbstractMulticore scaling will end soon because of practical power limits. Dark silicon is becoming a major issue even more than the end of Moore’s law. In the post-Moore era, the energy efficiency of computing will be a major concern. FPGAs could be a key to maximizing the energy efficiency. In this paper we address severe challenges in the adoption of FPGA in HPC and describe “Re-form,” an FPGA-powered codesign flow.  
URLhttp://vast.cs.ucla.edu/publications/re-form-fpga-powered-true-codesign-flow-high-performance-computing-post-moore-era
PDFhttp://www.mcs.anl.gov/papers/P6080-1016.pdf