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Fundamental Programming Concepts

[tabs: Basic Data Types] char m_char; string m_student_name; int m_cms; double m_gpa; [tabs: Structure] struct RIU { string m_student_name; int m_cms; double m_gpa; }; struct RIU m_class_2014 // single strcuture struct RIU m_array_of_strucutre[max_student]; // array of strcutures [tabs: Data Entery...
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Sat Mar 28, 2015 10:01 am
 
Forum: Computer Sciences & Programming
Topic: Fundamental Programming Concepts
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VLSI System Design Using High Level Synthesis Tools

Modern digital electronics courses usually include hardware description languages as a useful tool to implement relatively complex digital designs using programmable logic devices. These languages are close to the final hardware architecture, but usually lead to long and complex design procedures. T...
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Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:19 am
 
Forum: Electronics
Topic: VLSI System Design Using High Level Synthesis Tools
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AMMC: Advanced Multi-core Memory Controller

http://ucerd.com/images/ammc_fpt.jpg AMMC: Advanced Multi-core Memory Controller Authors: Tassadaq Hussain, Oscar Palomar, Adriyn Cristal, Osman Unsal, Eduard Ayguady, Mateo Valero, Shakaib A. Gursal Publication date : December 2014 Publisher : International IEEE Conference on Field-Programmable Te...
by UCERD.COM
Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:42 pm
 
Forum: Electronics
Topic: AMMC: Advanced Multi-core Memory Controller
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PAMS: Pattern Aware Memory System for Embedded Systems

http://ucerd.com/images/pams_reconfig.jpg Abstract— In this paper, we propose a hardware mechanism for embedded multi-core memory system called Pattern Aware Memory System (PAMS). The PAMS supports static and dynamic data structures using descriptors and specialized memory and reduces area, cost, e...
by UCERD.COM
Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:35 pm
 
Forum: Electronics
Topic: PAMS: Pattern Aware Memory System for Embedded Systems
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