Volume 9, Issue 2
Research on EPGA Based Evolvable Hardware Chips for Solving Super-high Dimensional Equations Group

K. Li, Z. Guo, Z. Chen & B. Ge

Int. J. Numer. Anal. Mod., 9 (2012), pp. 208-216

Published online: 2012-09

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Solving a super-high dimensional equations group is widely used in science and engineering, but the slow solution speed is the biggest problem researchers face. Research on FPGA based evolvable hardware chips for solving the super-high dimensional equations group (SHDESC) is proposed in this paper. These chips can be implemented on a milliongate scale FPGA chip. The core architecture of SHDESC is a systolic array which consists of thousands of special arithmetic units and can execute many super-high dimensional matrix operations parallelly in short time as well as really achieve the purpose of high speed solution in hardware/software codesign. The experiments show that these chips can achieve high precision results in a short period of time to solve a super-high dimensional equations group.
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Evolvable Hardware Super-High Dimensional Equations Group FPGA Hardware&#047 Software Codesign Systolic Array

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35R35 49J40 60G40

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@Article{IJNAM-9-208, author = {K. Li, Z. Guo, Z. Chen and B. Ge}, title = {Research on EPGA Based Evolvable Hardware Chips for Solving Super-high Dimensional Equations Group}, journal = {International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling}, year = {2012}, volume = {9}, number = {2}, pages = {208--216}, abstract = {Solving a super-high dimensional equations group is widely used in science and engineering, but the slow solution speed is the biggest problem researchers face. Research on FPGA based evolvable hardware chips for solving the super-high dimensional equations group (SHDESC) is proposed in this paper. These chips can be implemented on a milliongate scale FPGA chip. The core architecture of SHDESC is a systolic array which consists of thousands of special arithmetic units and can execute many super-high dimensional matrix operations parallelly in short time as well as really achieve the purpose of high speed solution in hardware/software codesign. The experiments show that these chips can achieve high precision results in a short period of time to solve a super-high dimensional equations group.}, issn = {2617-8710}, doi = {https://doi.org/}, url = {http://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/ijnam/621.html} }
TY - JOUR T1 - Research on EPGA Based Evolvable Hardware Chips for Solving Super-high Dimensional Equations Group AU - K. Li, Z. Guo, Z. Chen & B. Ge JO - International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling VL - 2 SP - 208 EP - 216 PY - 2012 DA - 2012/09 SN - 9 DO - http://doi.org/ UR - https://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/ijnam/621.html KW - Evolvable Hardware KW - Super-High Dimensional Equations Group KW - FPGA KW - Hardware/ KW - Software Codesign KW - Systolic Array AB - Solving a super-high dimensional equations group is widely used in science and engineering, but the slow solution speed is the biggest problem researchers face. Research on FPGA based evolvable hardware chips for solving the super-high dimensional equations group (SHDESC) is proposed in this paper. These chips can be implemented on a milliongate scale FPGA chip. The core architecture of SHDESC is a systolic array which consists of thousands of special arithmetic units and can execute many super-high dimensional matrix operations parallelly in short time as well as really achieve the purpose of high speed solution in hardware/software codesign. The experiments show that these chips can achieve high precision results in a short period of time to solve a super-high dimensional equations group.
K. Li, Z. Guo, Z. Chen & B. Ge. (1970). Research on EPGA Based Evolvable Hardware Chips for Solving Super-high Dimensional Equations Group. International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling. 9 (2). 208-216. doi:
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