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October 2 - Day 3: Using SoC FPGAs as 'C' Implementation Platforms

October 02, 2014 - 2:00pm EDT

Modern SoC FPGAs can be used as platforms for 'C' language-based software development to further hide 'hardware' details from the software-centric developer. Tools such as SDK for OpenCL promote software-centric design and result in implementations that exploit both hard CPUs and fabric-based accelerators. An example design for Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) will be used to illustrate the tool flow 'C' based development.

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