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Automation and Remote Control

, Volume 78, Issue 1, pp 100–112 | Cite as

Data processing in the firmware systems for logic control based on search networks

  • V. SklyarovEmail author
  • I. Skliarova
Logical Control

Abstract

It was proposed to use the hardware accelerators for analysis and data processing in the systems of logic control on a chip including the interacting processor system, memory, and configurable logic components. The data processing expected execution of operations over the sets of elements each of which can be activated by software and realized in the hardware in parallel networks admitting, if necessary, pipeline processing. New methods of design and use of the sorting and search networks were proposed, and the results of their theoretical and experimental comparison with the existing networks were presented.

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data processing search networks hardware accelerators firmware systems 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universidade Aveiro, Instituto di Electrónica et InformáticaAveiroPortugal

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