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APPRASE: Automatic parallelisation of FORTRAN for FPGA acceleration

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In line with the current real need to parallelise code, particularly HPC (high performance computing) code, the APPRASE project is looking to automatically parallelise and run large legacy FORTRAN code on FPG As. The aim is to utilise the advantages FPG As offer optimally while also avoiding the large implementation time generally implied by FPG As. This project takes place at the ACE (Advanced Computer Engineering Lab) research group in University of Cape Town. We are pursuing the use of FPG As in high performance computing through a number of avenues. We wish to deliver real world reconfigurable computing code and usable solutions to user communities.

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