ECE 5775

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The course starts with an introduction to modern electronic system design automation flow, before delving into high-level synthesis (HLS) design methodologies and tools for enabling digital system design above the register transfer level. Specific topics include C-based HLS design methods, hardware specialization, scheduling, pipelining, resource sharing, reconfigurable computing, and hardware/software co-design. This course also discusses the applications of a number of important optimization techniques, such as graph algorithms, dynamic programming, local search, and linear programming. In addition, commercial C-to- FPGA tools will be provided to the students to implement real-life image/video processing and machine learning applications on programmable system-on- chips that tightly integrate a dual-core processor and FPGAs.

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  • 4 Credits Graded

  • 12380ECE 5775  LEC 001